Yesterday was a scorcher - 38°C and the only sign of approaching winter, the blooming Cape Honeysuckle (Tecomaria Capensis). It was a day to stay indoors once we returned from a local market.
So chuffed with my little haul from the autumn market at Red Earth Farm, yesterday. A bright, colorful shawl/scarf from a Boot Boutique and great easy read novels sold to raise funds for animal care.
Then it was home, mesmerised by the unfolding tragedy in Cape Town.
Finally, a simple salad supper - the fourth meal from our free range chicken and another planned for Tuesday.
Today dawned cold, grey and wet. I wish we could send this to Cape Town where people are being evacuated because of the fire that is still out of control.
Keep the people of Cape Town in your thoughts.
Until next time, be well
The Sandbag House
McGregor, South Africa
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- If this post might seem familiar, it's because I'm doing two things:
- re-vamping old recipes. As I do this, I plan to add them in a file format that you can download and print. If you download recipes, buy me a coffee. Or better yet, a glass of wine....?
- and "re-capturing" nearly two years' worth of posts.
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