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This week we shared a meal with our lovely neighbours. Yummy cucumber, mint and yoghurt dip for an appertiser, using goodies from the garden they so kindly watered while we were away.

Reflection:1 Peter 4:8-10 (New International Version)
Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling. Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms.


  1. that is lovely...i like the light and simplicity

  2. That looks delish!!

    I like that quote. I try to do that, not in God's name, but just 'cause I can.

    Pouring down down here ...

  3. How exciting to have a vegie patch this year.
    I love watching those little plants grow great big bits of food on them.
    I haven't got much in at the moment.
    Just some strawberries and potatoes.
    My fennel was a fizzer.
    It bolted - at least I can still eat the leaves.

  4. Based on my experience, if you left the fennel seeds on the plant you will have plenty of little plants for next year. A look along the roadside will show you they self seed pretty readily.

    We only have the wild strawberries, I've found the proper ones get eaten by bower birds before I get a chance to have a feed for myself.

    Have never tried potatoes but am considering giving them a try ... says she emboldened by the success of the vege patch this year. I agree amazing to see such big bits of food from little plants.

  5. Add a bit of garlic and it's tzatziki, which I love.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

  6. Yep it is pretty much tzatziki but the recipe I was following didn't describe it thus.


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