Monthly Archives: July 2011

Minestrone

Even though the german summer is taking a break and its been raining nearly every day for the last week more and more things in my garden are ready for harvesting. On monday I loaded 5 kohlrabis, 1 courgette (my first), … Continue reading

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Cake Balls and Pops

 Cake Balls or Cake Pops have been around for a while – but are only just “arriving” in Germany, Starbucks is serving them and a couple of bloggers have posted recipes – but considering that no one in my office … Continue reading

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K.’s Babyparty

My darling friend K. is expecting her first in a couple of weeks and we wanted to treat her to a little party – baby showers aren’t traditional in Germany but no one is opposed to a little brunch so … Continue reading

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Garden Update

Today I harvested more or less all of the remaining heads of lettuce, they’re getting to the point where they have to be eaten more or less in the next couple of days. As I don’t fancy salad for lunch and dinner … Continue reading

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Warm Radish Salad

Here goes my first “recipe”… A bunch of radishes about 2 large tablespoons of sour cream  a handful of lean bacon cubes flat leafed parsley 1.) Heat a little oil in a frying pan. Meanwhile slice the radishes, once the … Continue reading

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Homemade Veggie Markers

Here are my self-made veggie markers – I got the inspiration from an etsy shop, the plates were bought at car boot sale and fixed to wooden sticks from the local DIY store with a glue gun. The rest was creativity… …in … Continue reading

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Fennel and Co.

ahh now that’s what I call a harvest – July has just begun and things are really kicking off in the garden now. After over an hours worth of weeding I pulled out the last radishes, a further lettuce, quite a … Continue reading

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