Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Everyday Moments - From the Summer Garden & Kitchen..



Rosemary & a thrifted apron - two of my favourite things..
Everywhere I turn there is another pot or basket of tomatoes - It's time to start preserving..
Homemade rough cut pasta - The first batch of many..
Anzac slice - Such a lovely morning tea treat..
Writing down recipes - from lovely ladies, Rhonda & Emma..
Evening gathering - Ready for zucchini slice..

Much Love & Light 
xxx

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful as always, Sophie. I've been loving your posts of late - lots of garden and reading inspiration x

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    1. Awww thank you so much Jodi! I've been loving your posts too. All that lovely beachy inspiration is so beautiful!

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  2. I love Rhondas book! Such handy tips for the home and garden. Lovely photos.
    Renee x

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    1. Thanks lovely Renee! Yes isn't Rhonda's book just wonderful. I always feel so warm and inspired when I pick it up.

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  3. Lovely produce, it's always such a pleasure to cook with your own home grown ingredients isn't it. CJ xx

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    1. Oh isn't it the best! It's our first summer harvest and we are so delighted. You worry you might not get much and then all of a sudden it's overflowing. Very exciting indeed. Hope you're having a beautiful week.xx

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  4. Just looking at these images makes me feel warmer! Thanks for finding me on Instagram :) xxx

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    1. Oh so lovely to find you IG! I love your photos, so much patterny goodness. xx

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    1. It's such a fun time of year isn't it Jane, our first summer harvest and we can't quite believe our little bounty. xx

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  6. I'm hoping our tomatoes are ripe when we get home!
    And I've ordered Emma's book....can't wait to try it d

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    1. Oh I hope they are too Ally! It's such a lovely time of year. Oh I adore Emma's book, it's been so handy already! I'm sure you'll love it too. And oh my your floral photos have been so amazing of late. Bravo lady!

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    1. Awww thank you so much Kate! I've been so inspired by your blogging this month, so many precious moments. xx

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  8. That sure is one pretty floral apron. I bet you were drawn straight to it on the op-shop rack.
    Your homemade goodies look delicious. I've currently got a patch of peach jam on the stovetop from farm grown peached gifted to us. I cant wait to taste it. x

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    1. Oh peach jam, how fabulous Zara! I'm sure it will be so yummy! Yes indeed, I've collected and then parted with a few aprons over the years but this one was just so lovely, it stayed with me. x

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Thank you for stopping by! ~ I just love receiving your comments! I'll be sure to pop by your place too. Much love ~ Sophie x