These awesome birds are building nests on the park shelter I walk by most days, and it looks like someone’s trying to help them out by putting perches for them. That, or they’re barbs that are totally failing to keep them away.
These aren’t in my Wisconsin bird book, so the only thing I can tell you is that they aren’t barn swallows or tree swallows. Maybe you can tell me what they are. So many colors! Green, rust, yellow, brown, beige, white, pretty!
Look, I found yet another way to make moccachocarula muffins! Maybe most people wouldn’t care, but I do. And if you’re into stuff with lots of protein, no gluten and no added sugar (except what’s in the Amarula and chocolate, if you add chocolate), then it might be up your alley, too.
If not, fear not. I’ll run out of Amarula eventually.
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Clematis and irises—I guess we’re officially moving from spring to early summer.
These muffins are chock-full of goodness: whole grains, hazelnuts, cherries, apples, and zucchini, plus a little booze to make everything even better. Assembling the muffins requires more steps than my usual recipes, but the taste makes it worth it—or so my non-vegan taste testers told me between bitefuls.