In my kitchen we are just finishing off the produce from a visit to Coburg Farmers Market two weekends ago. Sylvia and I are still raving about the cherries and I was so sad when we finished the apricots. I will write more about the zucchini flowers soon. We have one apple left in the bowl and a bagel in the freezer.
banana oat pancakes on the weekend. Sometimes they are plain janes with lemon and sugar and sometimes they are fancy. When I bought some early cherries from the supermarket they were a disappointment. Nothing like the glorious cherries from the farmers market. I rescued the supermarket cherries by stewing them and serving with vanilla yoghurt on the pancakes. Lovely!
frugal freezer stock that I make with vegetable peelings that I keep in the freezer. Inside the frozen scraps was my peeler. Thank goodness those scraps went into the freezer and not the bin!
we bought at the Scottish Day at the Immigration Museum. I liked them but if there had been a choice I would have gone for the caramel wafers which are probably my favourites of their products.
Seinfeld) but never tasted them. It was a good decision as they worked well in the eyes on my owl cake. I thought they tasted quite like After Dinner Mints, but rounder.
unsatisfactory water bottles, including the cruel bottle that emptied itself over a camera in my bag some years back. I bought a Thermos water bottle for Sylvia to take to school. It has been so successful that I have bought one each for E and myself. They keep the water cool and they don't leak. Highly recommended!
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