The start of a little collection for Burrowye Trade Store – tea, home grown produce, locally made clothes and other treats
Year after year, the tobacco keeps popping up. There are some photos of tobacco planting in Burrowye in the 1930s and I wonder if the seed bank dates from then.
More Persimmons from Stonroy, meaning more Persimmon Pannacotta. Yum.
Even the little garden behind the worker’s cottage is ablaze.
i am getting particularly good at carbonising things in the top oven of the Aga. From potential dinner to sculpture – James binned them before I could lacquer them but I know I’ll be making these again.
The bebe that was not going to get into our bed is turning the house upside down in the nicest possible way.