Mari-Gold Dust

8 Responses to Mari-Gold Dust

  1. Liz says:

    Such a timely recipe.. I have ssoooo many marigolds. Mari-gold dust, here I come! I think a few people will be getting some as Christmas presents.

  2. Janey North West England says:

    I can’t see anything on this link!sorry x

  3. Janey North West England says:

    Hurrah I can see it now!! False alarm xx

  4. Oh Willard! I never tire of you! I just finished painting my kitchen cabinets and found a ruffled towel for the stove which has “Ruffled Potatoes” embroidered on it. I have several jars, the lids of which I have painted red. They give a certain Zest to the kitchen. See, Susan, what you have done to me!! Keep it up!

  5. Cathy A. says:

    I’ve not heard of mari-gold-dust before, but I want to try making it!! Sadly, my marigolds have all succumbed to frost – but I do have a few hearty yellow and orange calendula blossoms left. I have the petals in the oven now. I’m enjoying the experiment! Thanks Susan

  6. Susan Thompson says:

    I just love your writings…Willard or blog! You give me such inspiration! Thanks for taking time to all you do – writing, taking pictures, sharing.

  7. Sally Hennessee says:

    I wait for every update. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and your part of the world.

  8. Mary Anne says:

    Lovely blog that matches your books and calendars! Marigold Dust – what a great idea. I am headed to my garden right now, and it is raining! – to harvest my remaining blooms before the cold weather moves in tonight. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

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