Ideal Deck Sitting Weather

Ideal Deck Sitting Weather

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. We took advantage of some ideal deck sitting weather, by grilling some Italian Sausages and eating on the deck. Ideal deck sitting weather, indeed!

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

David manned the grill and I took the night off from the kitchen. It was kind of nice to get a break from the kitchen.

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

The flames licked the sausages while they cooked and my onions and peppers steamed in a bath of melted butter.

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

Never joke about locking your husband out of the house, especially with supper in his hands!!

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

As usual we agreed to disagree and we each prepared our sausages differently.

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

David has his sausages topped with mustard and sour kraut.

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

I have a new liking for bell peppers for the first time in my whole life. I topped my sausage with mustard and the traditional green bell peppers and onions.

This week the temperatures have been unusually cool for the month of August, in Virginia. It made for ideal deck sitting weather! | TheMountainKitchen.com

After supper we sat out on the deck and watched the evening light fade away into the clear blue yonder.

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