Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tomato's in my sleep!!!

This is what l have been doing this week!! Our vege garden is in full swing,
and it's almost a full time job keeping up with the tomato's.
8 trays went through the oven, with some onion and garlic and herbs,


 and l ended up with this bowl full of yummy roasted tomato's,
that will become soup and sauce for pasta this weekend.

 Then more tomato's and red peppers, a few spices and some other stuff,

 became these glistening jars of my favorite tomato chutney.

 We had a birth in the family yesterday. This as yet unnamed girl chose a
chilly day in autumn to make an appearance.

 She's pretty cute!! Now she needs a name worthy of a princess.

 My bags are packed and l am heading out the door soon, on a 4 day sewing retreat at Sorrento. Loads of projects, some started, some not, fill these bags. And as we are sewing red and white quilts this weekend, l thought l would bring a few of my antique quilts as inspiration and to sleep under.

Can anyone see if l forgot anything???

l will be back next week with some pics of what we got up to!!

Thanks for visiting.
Linda.



14 comments:

  1. What a sweet baby!!

    Have a really great time away sewing!

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  2. Hi Linda. What a little cutie your new family member is!!! and what fun to do some research into Incan history or mythology for a name for her.
    I'm sure you'll enjoy your Sorrento retreat - looks like you have plenty of projects to keep you occupied!
    all the best, Kate (PS I am just a wee bit jealous of your upcoming trip to see the Red and White exhibition.)

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  3. How nice that it's fresh tomato season where you are. We won't have good local tomatoes for another 5 months. Your chutney looks great.

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  4. What a full life you have!

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  5. I am getting hungry just looking at your delicious goodness here!
    Have fun at your retreat!

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  6. Yummy! it will be a bit before we will have nice fresh tomatoes. Enjoy your retreat!

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  7. RED and WHITE quilts, RED tomatoes in the pot, WHITE alpacas in the meadow.
    Here is the red and white color home !! :D
    btw. I love Alpacss,they have such beautiful eyes.

    greetings
    Kat

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  8. That little Alpaca is so sweet. Why anything in miniature is so lovely that does included Quilts. Enjoy your sewing retreat.

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  9. I'm so incredibly jealous. I have been sitting here just dreaming about my garden! I used to have Llamas. MY llama (we all had one that was our personal show llama) was named Felicia. Congrats on the baby! Adoreable!!!!!

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  10. I wish I could grow tomatoes like that. I have a good friend who has Alpacas and Llama's, they're all her babies, your new one is sweet. I guess we'll hear all about the retreat when you get back.

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  11. Your cooking posts always make me want to go to the kitchen and start cooking! Love your new little princess! Have fun in Sorrento.

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