I actually feel horrible when I look at the date of the latest post that I added here on the blog – posted 2 months ago! I’m really sorry, my dear readers. Let me try to make up for it with some snapshots of our recent trip to Germany – we traveled lots and lots … Continue reading
Aw can’t believe this is “over” : )) Don’t cry though, this was a fruitful journey! Look at these beautiful home-grown padrón pepper plants, a great example that a small balcony should not be an obstacle to have a cute little garden with veggies growing in it 🙂 Cute padrón pepper plants, that end up … Continue reading
We have recently had the chance to spend a bit more than a week traveling around beautiful Northern Spain and cloudy-rainy but breathtaking Andorra. We have picked grapes, figs and zucchini, hiked and bicycled in the Andorran hills and above all, ate from dawn till dusk. After all, we were in Spain! Here is just … Continue reading
Click here for Part 5! Look at these beauties! The next update will come from the kitchen 😀
Click here for Part 4! Situation from mid-July : )) Beautiful white flowers all around the 3 plants: And… drum roll please: PEPPERS!!
Click here for Part 3! Quick update on my little pepper “jungle”: look at these beautiful flowers! We have made these pictures about a week ago, since then all 3 plants are full of flowers AND there are already a couple of PEPPERS!!! (but more about that next time :p)
Click here for Part 2! Just an express update on the progress of my 3 competing Pimientos Padron plants – they seem to enjoy the summer sunshine and frequent storms! Click here to see their progress!
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
There are a couple of things I like cold winter days for, and one of them is chestnut. There is a definite charm buying a bag of chestnuts – freshly roasted in a tub of sizzling coal pebbles from a street vendor, in his funny hat and long cloak – however, doesn’t matter how delicately you try to peel off … Continue reading