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Season’s eatings

December 23, 2010

Hello everyone; I’m afraid the end-of-year loonfest got the better of me this week so no post, and now it’s Christmas. I’ve been cooking heaps thanks to my family’s tradition of making presents, but can’t spill any details now or I’ll ruin the surprise. Be back after Christmas with details and recipes – and want to hear what you’ve been cooking too.

Thank you so much for dropping by this blog once again over 2010. I hope you’ll join me for another year of nattering in 2011. I have so enjoyed our banter and your hints and recipes, and very much look forward to doing lots more of it.

I leave you with a snap of the tomatoes I picked this morning – turns out our first crop of tomatoes were Black Russians and this yellow variety I’ve forgotten the name of. Apart from a bit of waterlogging from all the rain we’ve had lately, they have tasted pretty good, though I’ve sometimes had trouble telling when they’re ripe! Got some more traditional Romas on the way now too, and some figs, olives and baby zucchinis – so I’ll be needing your advice on what to do with them if we get them before the birds do.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Love, Charlotte

One comment

  1. And a Merry Christmas to you as well, Charlotte. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog this year. Looking forward to more in 2011.



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