Yes, i have decided to call my sunflower Mildred. What of it?
Mildred has a lot of heads and is still looking pretty :)
Guess who made another pie? Haha.
Bored of the traditional pie decorations we tried something a bit different.
The NOM was me, of course.
The Pi was BeardyMan, of course.
5th Jul 2010, 21:25
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Made some delicious noms yesterday.
Vegan (obv.) with raspberries from the allotment. Still have a few left.
I made the muffin mix then realised i had ran out of muffin cases, so i used cupcake cases instead. Tiny muffins :)
My first sunflower has popped open. There are several more heads on it to open yet, too.
These photos were taken with my phone, i'm hoping to get some better shots with my camera in the week.
Last shot taken to prove the sunflower in taller than me - and i was standing on a mound of earth!
My Mum gave me some of her sweet peas (and had the forethought to bring me a little vase, too - i own nothing like that.) They smell so good.
I thanked her, and also suggested she grow some kind of actual pea; you still get the pretty flowers, but you also get something edible!
At the "Frog Manor" cafe.
Actually remembered to buy vegan ice cream to go with the vegan fruit pie. Delicious.
One day soon i will have to post a non food photo. Maybe.
Emailing this in from my phone. First time. Fingers crossed.
29th Jun 2010, 19:04
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Made from geeseberries and raspberries from the allotment. NOM.
It was going to be a crumble, but BeardyMan found some cheap vegan shortcrust pastry at the shop, and so pie was made.