Asparagus and Green Garlic Lasagne; the update — 14 Comments

  1. The only change I’d make is to move that “chair and a half” out next to the bookcases, under the window where the light spills in. Then, you’d have to blast me out with dynamite if you wanted me to move… 😉 Lovely!

  2. A-mazing. You and your husband must be terribly satisfied with how your house looks (or simply exhausted and relieved?). It looks great, well done and solid. The lasagna I mean 🙂

  3. Katie,
    The decorating looks great. You’ve done a wonderful job of motivating your husband. But don’t you think it’s time for a new (house to renovate, country to learn)? 🙂
    Oh, and I agree with Zoomie; the big chair belongs with the books.
    Best regards,

  4. Your house is just beautiful, Katie. All the hard work and attention to detail shines through in every room. When it is all done, I do hope you will consider doing a walk-through with video camera in hand.
    I love green garlic so much that I have to buy it at our local co-op rather than raid my garden, or I’d have nothing left to dry for the rest of the year. Sadly, it hasn’t shown up in the co-op yet … 🙂

  5. This is so thrilling to see your wonderful house is a beautifully furnished home at last.
    Mmmm, lasagne. Mmmm mmmm, green garlic. Mmmmmm mmmmm mmmmm, asparagus.
    If your green garlic and asparagus is available now, ours can’t be far behind.

  6. Jenn and Seth, it was good LOL
    Jayne, thanks – love my chair and a half.
    Thanks, Linda
    Zoomie, it won’t fit – and the radiator is there for winter anyway… Otherwise….
    Dan, he’s not done yet – no slacking allowed! Yes, we are both pleased… about the lasagne, I mean LOL
    Tanna, I’m so excited….
    Thanks, Marina.
    manningroad, it’s finally coming together – thanks.
    brassfrog, I’ll pass that on to him…. The chair is by a different window, I just have to walk with the books LOL
    Christine, I did that the last year I grew garlic – pulled it all up and ate it 😉
    Ina, it was good – and a great side dish.
    Elizabeth, it is sooo nice to have the furniture in place after so long. Don’t you just love spring?!?

  7. I do, Katie, I do. I just checked on our garlic and it’s thriving – around 6 inches tall. And even more thrilling is that our brand new lovage not only survived the winter but is absolutely lush. Yes, indeed, spring is wonderful.