Muffin Tin Monday again! Theme this time is green.
We had roasted broccoli, key lime popcorn, key lime pie (with smiley face in triangle - in case you couldn't tell from the pic), roasted clover shaped tofu (in a tamari/sesame seed marinade with a touch of green food coloring), avocado moons and stars, and kale chips.
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All the chicks continue to do well. We have divided them into two big boxes, and are now on the lookout for another big box. They certainly grow fast!
Last week, Elvis went sailing.
We have 2 lemony sherbert colored layers and they are the most calm chicks of the bunch.
This one tested out my great, great grandmother's candy dish.
Do you think she'd be horrified? I don't know. She had a farm, so maybe not.
Note that this chick has feathery legs like Horace! Love it!
Speaking of Horace, he's made himself at home.
And this little layer is beautiful with her white tipped wings:
They like to stick together in their home. Warmth? Companionship? Or just to have someone else to pick on?
The branch is a new addition. They run up it and try to fly. Except Horace. He runs up it and tries to figure out a way out. He's a tame little dude. Getting spoiled, I'd say. ;-)