As SPAM month comes to a close, I am left with several empty SPAM cans. I thought the cans were really cute and did not want to throw them away. I decided to use them as planters. The cans are just the right size to fit on my kitchen windowsill. So far I have planted basil, parsley, and chives to create a little kitchen herb garden
I love cooking with fresh herbs and I am really excited that now instead of going to the grocery store for them, I can just walk over to the window and pick what I need. I plan to use some of the basil to make my Italian Pinwheel recipe.
Do you have an herb garden?
On Friday, I will be posting my
Slow Cooker Cherry Dump Dessert
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Linda Love your unique and cute herb garden.. I have one outdoor planter filled with basil parsley and rosemary and in the garden lemon balm and mint.ReplyDelete
Yes I have fresh herbs growing in containers on my deck. Your look so cute.ReplyDelete
I have to bow down to you for your month of Pam; Bravo!
Love your SPAM herby garden! Looks delicious! :)ReplyDelete
Love your herb garden. I've often wondered what to do with the cans other than recycling them--good idea!! Thanks for sharing. Take care.ReplyDelete
I love your herb garden.....too cute:)ReplyDelete
This is a great way to recycle! Fresh herbs are the way to go. This has been an interesting Spam month too!ReplyDelete
I just lost my comment. I want to thank you for sharing such a delicious looking recipe with us. I love the story behind it. Check it out atReplyDelete
lol how clever and cute!!!ReplyDelete
Funny, none of your commenters had anythig to say about the Sapm itself. Hmmm, what does that mean? Do did you actually eat the Spam from these cans. Oh, nevermind, I see from your archive there are Spam recipes. I'm excited.ReplyDelete