Late summer abundance – we’ve started canning tomatoes
He really loves digging up beaches
Picked broccoli, beans, courgettes and tomatoes for a delicious vegetarian paella the other day, also strawberries for dessert. So far quite happy with the freshly painted window frames in the kitchen – makes everything looking neat amidst the daily chaos
Preserving the taste of summer with our pressure canner
Dancing in the moonlight
Harvesting tomatoes, strawberries, grapes and beans almost every day, but if you look closely, there are up to 14 different varieties of crops on the pictures.
I threw that single artichoke into a paella with other fresh ingredients and worked on the „soccarat “ – a nicely caramelised crust.
Green beans, late artichokes and tomatoes – the taste of summer – beautiful in Paella and as confit tomatoes with herbs and calendula flower petals.
Very happy with our portable pizza oven
My little helper in action – Mila was excited about her fruit and flower basket
Plenty to harvest almost every day: last peas, berries, potatoes, courgettes, carrots, leeks, beans, broccoli sideshoots, lettuce, beetroot and a beautiful cabbage
So happy with the abundance atm – I couldn’t even carry them all : carrots, onions, green beans, strawberries, raspberries, jalapeños, some broccoli, courgettes, snow peas, cabbage and red cabbage
Trying to organise my sowings for autumn and winter
Goodbye window, indoor outdoor flow here we come
Just love how nicely those colours pop lately
When life gives you vine leaves – stuff them! Turkish sarma or Greek dolmades, either way they’re delicious
Every summer I try to grow the fresh ingredients for a Greek salad – last year, the red onions were lacking momentum and this year, all my 45 tomato plants are fruit bearing, yet still green. However, today I spotted the first red tomato and couldn’t wait any longer
Spinach, carrots, green beans, courgettes, lettuce, potatoes and strawberries were delicious as well