It’s that time of year again . . . when we can go with our little basket into the veggie patch, and bring back fresh home-grown produce for dinner!
Here are some of the home-grown ingredients for dinner the other night. Courgettes roughly chopped up and pois gourmands which my husband stir fried with chicken in miso. Plus some freshly chopped chives to sprinkle on top of the tofu. Followed by a mix of strawberries and raspberries, which we enjoyed with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream. Yummy.
I am very lucky that my husband loves cooking, and he’s an excellent chef. Now that he’s retired, he is taking over more and more of the cooking, although I do help with preparation. This leaves me with more time to do what I love . . . crafting.
And recent days have seen me busy upstairs in my sewing room, quilting. All I will show you for now is this. To say, I’ve finally finished quilting all thirty blocks of my F2F2 quilt and am ready to move on to the QAYG part.
I was umming and ahhing over whether to use white strips or more of the solid orange . . . I’m going to keep things really bright, and QAYG strips will be in orange both front and back.
And speaking of bright . . . lookee here
One of our cactus plants has flowered! This is the first year it’s ever had flowers, and there are so many of them! Cactus is obviously telling us that it really likes its place in the veranda.