I believe there is an art to taking pics of food .. something which I’m lacking.
What I really like about this pic though, are the colours. The bright yellow of the yolk (home grown egg of course), the purple of the cabbage (not home grown) and the bowl in front which is full of sliced chillies (more home grown) that are floating in a sea of soy, which you obviously can’t see because of the odd angle – blame the food photographer!
This super salad dressed with Vietnamese mint, lemon juice, fish sauce and sesame oil is heaven served with oven baked salmon and
steamed rice .. again let’s not talk about the amateur photography. What I really like about this shot is, I didn’t have to cook it!
Truth is my hubby is a great bloke and a fabulous cook into the bargain! I know, how lucky am I?
I love living in the country. The sense of community never ceases to amaze me and what better reason to pop in for a cuppa when a neighbour’s sheep has just had twins. Is that a plastic bread bag you see? Of course it is. Shirl who is a great girl, always likes to make sure her new borns are kept nice and dry. Under the watchful eye of Mum mind you.
Double cuteness ..
My wood fetish means more tree pics …
And a shot of our place ..
And Muriwai beach …
My garden is growing well thanks .. a bit of rust on the celery, slugs playing hide and chomp in the brassica patch and bananas growing rather nicely down near the olive grove. There is lots to think about with spring just around the corner …
Life is good isn’t it? And by the way … so was dinner! Did I cook it? 😉