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I ran away from teaching to the country to grow veggies. There are also some chooks and a pair of troublesome goats who were so much trouble they had to go! My simple green life isn't always as simple or as green as I'd like...but I keep trying!

Monday, January 30, 2012

Garden bounty

First corn

 This is why I love Grosse Lisse...
big and meaty without many seeds.

Tomato, bocconcini, basil, 
with salt and pepper and a drizzle of good olive oil.

Freshly dug potatoes, eggs from the girls, chives and a bit of mayo.
 

Simply fresh picked beans, crumbled feta and a little more olive oil.

Apart from the cheeses, salt and pepper and olive oil...

ALL HOME GROWN... 

now that is what I call a feast.


18 comments:

  1. This is the payoff...YUM! and doesn't it taste better than anything you get from a supermarket.

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  2. Looks good but I just don't like olive oil. I know I am strange but it doesn't taste good to me.

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  3. Hazel, its all amazing,,I just love the Summer time of picking and eating from the garden..I bet that all tasted as wonderful as it looks....

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  4. Hazel, what a magnificent feast. Home grown just cannot be replicated by supermarkets.

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  5. Dear Cook,

    I am very good at washing up, mopping floors and anything else that may need doing. Ask me over any time.

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  6. You are making me hungryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy! SPW

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  7. Yum! Your summer harvest is fantastic- cook must have done a great job watering those veggies whilst you lay on the beach! HDW

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  8. It all looks like a picture from a good cookbook. Well done!

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  9. Yummo now thats what i call home grown goodness!!

    Heidi.

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  10. Don't you just love summer? dee-licious!

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  11. Gorgeous looking food! A mistake that I read this whilst hungry, I'm craving for some potato/egg/mayo salad now!!

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  12. You've given me a reason to live until summer, I shall survive this winter in anticipation of fresh vegetables and feta. Could you make your own feta if you had useful goats instead of the wrecking crew?

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  13. A beautiful fresh healthy delish feast!!!

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