|Lettuce, with zucchini at the back and English spinach to the right. We have peas slowly climbing up their supports and some purple beans nearly coming into flower.|
|This is some purple cabbage with the beetroot to the right and pak choi to the left.|
|Iced ready to eat|
Because I had the oven on to bake bread and the caramel tart, I thought I would give some muffins the go. I read about Lucy making these for an afternoon snack for her children and thought I would give them a go. They are beautiful apple and sultana muffins and are really light a fluffy just like Lucy said they would be. I just sampled one. Yummy.
|Ingredients ready to go for the muffins|
|Muffins hot out of the oven|
The nights have been getting cooler, so we have been lighting the fire in the evening. Our house is like an icebox because of the timber floors. Our little dog, Cindy, loves to sit in front of the fire. Sometimes she sits almost underneath it, but then has to cool off by laying on the floor. I am in the process of crocheting her another coat at the moment. I made one for her yesterday, but it was a bit tight and too short. Ron came home from work and thought it looked as though she had a boob tube on.
|Cindy trying to stay warm|