What’s in the garden?
Choko growing on the side of the stable #sustainableliving
Nectarines #organic The fruit fly are so bad this year that we have to pick the fruit before it ripens, cut out the fruit fly damage and eat the nectarines when they are still a bit green. We have found that they are really good if they are stewed in water (with or without sugar and spices like cinnamon). Old Greenhouse:
Squash, beans, carrots, beetroot #organic #natural
Lettuce, tomato, beetroot, beans, carrots #organic #sustainable
The little greenhouse #healthyfood
What’s on the menu?
Paw paw for breakfast #fresh #delicious
Lunch: bacon (remember lovely Wilbur the pig) and egg with a side salad and paw paw. The seeds and feta are the only ingredients in this meal that we didn’t grow ( also the salt, oil and pepper in the salad dressing)
Delicious honey muffins – organic stoneground wholemeal wheat flour, rice flour, olive oil, eggs, honey, coconut, a splash of water and a splash of vanilla.
A delicious lunch – salad, beetroot, kim chi, egg, cucumber and black pudding, with toast. Delicious
Salad with all our own ingredients
Lunch: pawpaw, left over veggies and rice mixed with homemade kim chi, sushi balls with smoked carp and avocado (the avocado came from a neighbour’s farm – they have an honesty box system).
Creme caramel, smoked carp
Pork and veggies cooked in a Mexican slow cooker meal.
This week I only have time for some photos. Quick note: life is busy with watering and weeding and trying to survive 38 degree days; Etienne is now 46, we did a fair bit of socialising this week, the goat has decided that she’s not too keen on being milked anymore (painful), the clutch was fixed on the ute ($1450 – Arrrgh), and Iz was housesitting for our neighbour for the week.