Culinary Arts

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Flag of New Zealand  , Auckland,
Tuesday, April 3, 2012

I had a wonderful day today! Very Laura Ingalls Wilder. Brace yourselves. I cooked 3 dishes. Granted, one was old rice and fish for the chickens, but 2 were for human consumption: delicious muesli with all kinds of grains; oats (is that a grain?), millet, rye, sesame, almonds, honey and dried pear, apricot, bananas. Yum! And roasted root vegetables and fresh herbs from the garden topped with tofu. While those were cooking I harvested coriander seeds on the porch in the lovely company of Jack the Cat with the sounds of chickens laying eggs in the background. Did you know they make a special sound when they lay eggs? They gave us 5 today.
Then I mastered the gas powered weed wacker- kind of a monster; goggles and earphones required. The little chicks are almost ready to roam free, and boy was their yard overgrown. I spent a good bit of time fighting with the devil of all weeds- the gorse- it has the most prickly leaves, they poked me even through thick gloves. We'll have to burn that.
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Jeannie on

I will be needing a photo of you with goggles and monster weed machine ASAP.

Mom on

I also need a picture of you with your goggles and the monster weed machine!
Lots of love.

mari on

HI .. been enjoying reading your travelog and see ing photos.. wow, you are something! what an adventurer. LOVE it!!!! Hope you have a wonderful birthday wherever you are, and sending big hugs your way.

Gaby Litsky on

Hi Donna: Wishing you a happy Passover. Hope you find a Seder to go to. We won't celebrate until April 21st when Jenny is here. We'll think of you.

Happy Travels & Love

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