I saw John Oliver’s video the other day about Food Waste and it inspired me to share my food ‘saving’ ideas here, there might be one or two that you didn’t think about? I truly hate throwing away food, sad to see a peach growing mould or a cup of yogurt passing waaay by its … Continue reading
I have to admit this soup always reminds me of my childhood – only good memories! We’ve had this soup many times in the elementary school canteen, then even in the middle school canteen… and tons of times at home. From my mom’s point of view, I believe she made it so many times because … Continue reading
Click here for Part 1! Status report on the Pimientos Padrón Project: started with 24 seeds altogether – about half of them survived the “kindergarten”. Out of the remaining 12 I have given 6 seedlings to my mum who somehow managed to kill them all in a few days :p I have re-planted my 3-3 … Continue reading
It is that time of the year again! When I get enthusiastic about planting something on my mini balcony. This time I’ll try to be more practical and instead of going with jungle sized tomato and bell pepper plants that simply won’t have enough space to grow, I have planted little Padrón pepper seeds. These … Continue reading
Part 1 continued 🙂 MY NOMINEES! “So what is the Liebster award: it’s a way of getting blogs with smaller followings (under 300) noticed, as well as newer blogs noticed. It gives them chance to be viewed by more people. It’s said that it originates from Germany, which makes sense as one of Liebster’s translations … Continue reading
I feel like re-blogging this because: 1. I like Jamie and his creations 2. his (or his photographer’s? 🙂 pictures are amazing and 3. great tips!
My Dearest Readers, I wish you a Prosperous, Very Happy New Year! May your 2013 be even better than 2012 : ) See you in the New Year!
Click here for Part 5. I’m proud to announce that all those months of intensive care and sunshine resulted in beautifully red and sweet baby plum tomatoes. Let the pictures talk for themselves 🙂 Pretty tomato flowers – unfortunately many of them beaten away by the frequent storms that have hit Hungary recently. Amazing … Continue reading
Click here to see Part 4. There hasn’t been any status report on our garden project for a while now but this does not mean there are issues over there 🙂 Just take a look at this beauty –tomato number 1: We already have 2 little baby plum tomatoes in the garden – as I … Continue reading
Click here for Part 3. Our little garden is growing like mushrooms as we say it around here, and the first flowers have appeared on the tomato plants! This tiny flower appeared from one minute to the other – totally unexpected surprise! We might be having real tomatoes after all 😀 Bell Pepper plants are … Continue reading