Margot—absolutely stunning! I’m a big fan of your work…you need to post more often.
Carole, thank you for the nice compliment. It is much appreciated. Julie tells me the same thing but since I don’t get many comments when I do post, I just figured that the photos I posted weren’t interesting to most viewers so I usually only email them to friends like Julie.
Count me in – you take amazing photographs – they are breathtaking! You should have your own gallery, if you don’t. Seriously, you have an amazing eye for detail. Thanks for a little bit of sheer, natural beauty, Margot!
Margot! You’re an outstanding photographer! I always enjoy your photos, whether it be flowers or dogs. I’ve missed not seeing you on here.
As the matter of fact, I’d like to use your photo of Vida posted in April. Would you please send it to Julie in hi-res?
I think your pictures do not get comments because they do not need any comments! They are just beautiful. I have to tell you I have been thinking of nothing but eggplant since I saw these pictures…I love eggplant!
Thanks, everyone, for the lovely compliments!
Julie, have you ever eaten eggplant caviar? It is a delicious dip – I will make some for our next visit.
have you ever eaten eggplant caviar
Never, it sounds marvelous!
Okay, I want to come too! The caviar sounds fab…is it anything like babaghanoush? I have a beautiful eggplant that I bought this week, but am reluctant to turn on the oven in this heat.
I would not only like to try the caviar, but experience Margot’s beautiful land again, and of course, see the beautiful Margot as well! Let’s plan a date girls!
You are just too sweet! The caviar has a more complex flavor than the babaghanoush according to the chef on my favorite podcast, “Delicious TV” on itunes but the first step is the same – you must roast it in the oven for 25 minutes. I can PM the recipe if you want to try it.
Terri, you are always welcome to visit anytime. I also make a fresh basil pesto that is delish. Bring your poochies, too. Don’t forget the tick repellant!
It sounds like a date! Yes I want the recipe.