Garden Deviled Eggs—I made up a quick "recipe" for deviled eggs using fresh ingredients from my vegetable garden. I picked a San Marzano plum tomato, basil, dill and parsley. I added a tiny dice of celery and onion (from the store), some celery seed and a bit of stone ground dijon mustard (with the seeds) and Hellmann's mayonnaise. They were colorful, zesty and quite good to eat!
Seen recently in town, this 1961 Chrysler 300G was a really special treat to behold. I can't find production figures right now, but I don't think Chrysler ever sold more than 1,000 per year, and probably less than that. They can sell in the 6-figure range these days.
One of my sunflowers bent over at a 90-degree angle in May. I taped the stem, and then splinted it, and really tried everything to keep it going. It grew to about 6 feet tall before it just started to die above the injury. I finally cut it down and I've been seeing if it will bloom indoors. I don't give up on my plants easily! Even if it doesn't quite blossom, I love the shape of the buds. They remind me of a stylized sun, even more than the flowers themselves do.