Thursday, July 5, 2012

24 Hours in the Life of a Town

A Photostory from the 4th of July: Celebrating Bristol's 250th Birthday

Getting Ready

Fresh from the Garden

Gotta Have Burgers

Pre-Fireworks Barbecue

Excitement Builds

It Wouldn't Be the 4th without Fried Dough

Donation Bucket

Best Show Ever

Grand Finale

Early Morning Pam Paradee Memorial 5K

At the Finish Line

Doing Pam Proud

After the Race

Awaiting the Great Bristol Outhouse Race

In the Lead

 Only in Bristol

All Decked Out

Neighborhood Porch Band

Young Entrepreneur

Parade Grand Marshall: The Old Bristol Stage Coach

Town Fathers

Happy Birthday, Bristol!

Crane Peace Puppet

Shriner Show

Clowns with Talent

Local Color

Creativity with Tires

Music in the Bandstand

Vendors on the Green

Popular Spot

Brings Back Memories

Red, White, and Blue

More Grilled Meat

Trampoline in the Rain

All Cooled Off

This is a tasty, easy marinade for boneless chicken breasts, and it makes use of the abundance of thyme blossoms in my herb garden right now.

                                              Thyme Blossom Marinade

½ bottle good white wine (I like to use citrusy Sauvignon Blanc)
1 cup thyme blossoms, lightly chopped
1 shallot, thinly sliced
Salt and pepper to taste

Combine ingredients in a large baking dish. Add seven to nine boneless chicken breasts and marinate for several hours before grilling.

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