More yellow tomatoes anyone?
Actually, it’s not the yellow ones that are doing so well at the moment; it’s the ‘Ananas’.
Ananas is the French word for pineapple so I have no idea how it got to be the name of a popular tomato here.
It’s a very large tomato, like a BeefSteak, that is yellow and orange on the … Continue reading.....
The tomatoes aren’t stopping…. But no more red ones.
I had a very large, lovely yellow tomato and a bit of feta that needed a purpose.
These are noodles made from eggs. They’re basically a thin omelet, sliced into strips. I add a bit of flour to help make them a bit firmer. You could use regular flour or corn … Continue reading.....
I had such a fun time last summer…. chopping and freezing all the lovely green and yellow and orange and white tomatoes.
I also froze lots of red Roma’s, which are all gone.
Actually, everything is almost all gone.
I put all the pretty colored tomatoes to good use over the winter. I used the orange in a Smoked … Continue reading.....
We played yesterday.
We don't play often, but it is summer, and when the opportunity presents itself to have a leisurely Sunday lunch one really should take advantage.
When I learned that one of my favorite food bloggers was going to be in the neighborhood, it seemed the perfect time to inaugurate our new dining room.
The lovely Núria of … Continue reading.....
First, let me just say that there was a nettle in my garden today.
We’ve had nettles in the woods, but never in my garden.
With all the rain we’ve had the past two weeks, the weeds along the fence have gotten rather high. I decided it was time to tidy up.
I’d made my way around the entire garden … Continue reading.....
We have guests and are busy being tourists this week…. Something we haven’t done since moving here.
Where are the guests sleeping you ask?
In a tent, of course….
The ceiling was finished this week.
And I spent Sunday moving both of our ‘offices’ from one end of the hall to the other so he can start on … Continue reading.....