I'm not sure I could pick just one favorite in the summer fruit category. Although if, for some reason, it became necessary to do so I might just have to go with a sweet summer peach.
The first visit to the local peach stand yielded a deliciously fragrant supply of these tasty gems.
They also came along right about when I was perusing a particularly lovely cookbook that I had just found at the thrift shop.
Thinking the granola recipe sounded interesting with a mix of pumpkin seeds and pecans along with a spice blend containing cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, I set to work preparing a batch.
While it was baking, I began to think of how good it was going to be with my peaches and our favorite summer berries too.
Sure enough our new favorite summer breakfast has become yogurt topped with a generous scoop of granola and an even more generous scoop of whatever summer fruit happens to be on hand.
While putting together this post I became curious about that Dr. Gaymont featured on my vintage yogourt bottle.
I guess we have him to thank for the introduction of yogurt into the American diet. In fact, it looks like he deserves credit for many of our dairy products. See more here.
One thing I know for sure, the choices in the yogurt section of the grocery store are almost overwhelming. I tend to stick with plain or vanilla Greek yogurt. How about you... do you have a favorite yogurt flavor?
Because it's still July, I'm posting my favorite firework photo.
I thought about doing a post for the Fourth of July, but never got around to it. I've thought about doing a lot of things lately, but don't seem to be getting around to them. :-D. I'm blaming it on the heat.