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Suffragette Garden, ‘The Lion and Albert’ and Rosemary

1   Just look at these beautiful narcissi coming into flower in my garden to honour Suffragettes, all in purple, white and green.  The Hebes are doing well too.

Early Narcissi

Early Narcissi

Hebe

Hebe

2   I was talking about this very entertaining poem with a good friend the other day.  If you don’t know it, do listen to this recording by Stanley Holloway:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3jXMsfLxhI     This edition, illustrated by Caroline Holden, done as a photograph album, is a delight.

The Lion and Albert by Marriot Edgar

The Lion and Albert by Marriot Edgar

3    I love being able to go out into the garden to get my herbs. Tonight I need Rosemary to finish off the Sweet Potato and Chestnut Roast that I have made for our lovely friends who are coming for dinner.

Rosemary in the garden

Rosemary in the garden

 

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Sweet Potato, Roast and Mario Balotelli (and a Gift)

1    This sweet potato has been roasted ready to use in a recipe, such a beautiful colour.

Sweet potato, roasted

2    I prepared this beautiful Sweet Potato and Chestnut Roast this afternoon, ready for one of our meals during our family reunion week together. It is now in the freezer.  I’ll put the recipe up soon.

Chestnut and Sweet Potato Roast, ready for the oven

3   As  I am writing, Mario Balotelli has just scored the most beautiful goal for Italy! He’s now in line for the Golden Boot! That makes me smile!

4   For Nia, http://photographyofnia.com/ for your birthday! Two photography sites you may not have found: http://russelrayphotos2.com/  and  http://photonatureblog.com/2012/06/27/amazing-sky-post-number-300/

Enjoy! They both post beautiful photographs that I hope you will like.

 
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Posted by on June 28, 2012 in baking, family, Food, senses, Uncategorized

 

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Flat Lode Trail, First Snowdrops and Last of our Leeks

1  A lovely walk today in winter sunshine up and around behind our house on the Flat Lode Trail – views of the sea, a beautifully mossy tree, bright yellow gorse and lots of time to talk.

2  Mr S spotted our first snowdrops on his way to dig up …….

3  ……. our last leeks. Tonight we’ll have them in a creamy white sauce with our Sweet Potato and Chestnut Roast.

 
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Posted by on January 17, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

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