A tangled bed of flowers and herbs gets muddled and buffeted by the wild wind and rain. Yet, as if by magic; its beauty gets refreshed! HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND EVERYONE!
With sweet, pale, hand painted daisies (“he loves me, he loves me not”) scattered on fragile vintage glass and roses with a blood-red hue evoking the passion of Carmen….I wonder…..what is the colour of love?
Brush nectarine or peach halves with a blend of honey and lime juice and simply grill until slightly softened and golden. Then top them with a generous spoonful of honeycomb for a dish which is fabulous with ham or grilled meats Or……………….. add some cream and you have a luscious dessert! HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
The laid back approach to gardening brings true beauty to The Kitchen Garden when a few leek plants from last winter are left to run to seed. Statuesque and sculptural they unfurled their millions of miniature florets at a graceful, patient speed. Why hurry? They had all the time in the world to flower, shedding … Continue reading
Ruffled, sweet scented and as scrumptious as a raspberry ripple ice- cream, these beautiful blooms were a gift from the fabulous Vanessa Collins who grows seasonal flowers at a former flour Mill in Cornwall. http://www.theflowermillcornwall.co.uk is the ONLY place to buy real and edible flowers; old-fashioned favourites, often scented, that you just can not buy … Continue reading
Sometimes, if we are really lucky, the people who follow our blogs and the slipstream of our life stories step though the structure of the blogosphere and make a personal connection with us. And when they do, it feels like being given a HUGE gift; something priceless, something which just could never be bought. This … Continue reading