A sometimes misguided, but (hopefully) always delicious journey into healthful, natural food.
Lovely photo. Sun-drenched, that's how they should be. I will close my eyes and imagine I am smelling your gratin. I'll actually make a gratin for dinner, with cauliflower.
I'd like to get all your pictures of produce, print them and hang them up in my kitchen. Seriously.
Ah, how I envy you. I broked down and bought some cherry tomatoes today, and you know, they were not that bad! Maybe I could cheat even more and make your gratin.
Sorry, I broke down, not broked down!
Art On A Plate! Mother Nature has such a pretty palate!
I love the idea of adding almonds to the gratin, Lucy!
Hey there!You've got some seriously good-looking photos on your site. And quite a few yum recipes as well!I will link you on my page at:http://flamingointhekitchen.wordpress.com/cheers
Oh yes, it is summer there. I'm really having a hankering for summer today. Today, this picture made me a little jealous.Lovely!
Would that we were living in country, Lucy. I would dispatch to your doorstep a portion of sourdough starter I still have dormant in my freezer.Love the composition. Graffiti eggplant is picture perfect. I'd almost hate to cut it up.
Love your photo - those eggplants look so amazing - I would love a jumper with that sort of pattern - makes me feel life should imitate vegetables more :-)
Simona - I'd like to love cauliflower...am going to try and love it come this winter!Cynthia, funny you should say that. I'm trying to think of a way to display my work...your kitchen may be a good place to start!Oh, Rosa, cherry toms seem to be available all year and I wouldn't ever worry about that! Somehow the smaller they are, the sweeter they are, regardless of season. She's a very clever thing Mother Nature, isn't she, Deb?Patricia - they add the necessary crunch!Hi DF - will drop by again soon. Thanks for the link!Christina - the summer/winter thing is terribly confusing. All my love to you, X. Susan, I must say that they sat there in their bowl for longer than I would have liked simply because they were so beautiful. Now, that sourdough starter...I'll email you for the recipe. Bread-making is high on my list of skills I want to acquire this year. Oh, Johanna that would be something to behold. If only I could knit without having a tantrum!
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