Sunday, 9 March 2014

Weekending









A busy yet satisfying weekend for me.  I cleared out all the old dead summer vegetable plants from my vegetable garden, and picked the last of the tomatoes. The garden really needs a good rainfall now, before I dig in compost and horse manure.  Then I can plant my winter vegetables.
  • Slowly the passionfruit crop is being used up.  A lot of pulp has been frozen in 1/2 cup bags for use in winter.  I also made a Passionfruit and Coconut cake.
  • Vegetables ready to be roasted for Saturday's dinner - Creamy Chicken and Roast Vegetable Salad.
  • Hoheria flowers - one of New Zeealand's native trees - I know we are heading into Autumn when the flowers appear
  • This mornings sky as I opened the curtains
  • Sewing 2.5" squares for a project - the weekend after next, all going well I am going to Hamilton to have a sewing day with my Flickr friend Rachel.  We are planning to make the Sew Together Bag.
Looking forward to reading what you have all been cooking, baking, creating or reading this weekend.

7 comments:

  1. That cake looks delicious. Autumn is making itself known here too. Your sewing catch up sounds wonderful xo

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  2. Such lovely pics! How exciting planning a sewing weekend away.

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  3. Looks like the perfect weekend to me!! I love your sky shots!

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  4. Very pretty, Julie! The cake looks yummy!

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  5. Your sewing day sounds fun... I'll be interested to see how your bag goes as I've been eyeing up that pattern too. :-)

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  6. Yum, your cake looks delicious! Wonderful photos and have fun on your sewing day :)

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  7. You have such great weekends!! That cake looks extra tasty! The Hoheria flowers are beautiful, I'd never seen them before. I love the fabrics in your square patchwork.

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