Sunday, November 25, 2012

NaBloPoMo Day 25: Liner Notes.

Oh, I see...so I'm not supposed to walk into the boarded up part of the sidewalk, but AROUND. Life changing signs.


I thought I'd get through Thanksgiving this year with no need to do any fancy cooking. But then Thursday came and it was IMPERATIVE that I got pumpkin pie. And so I made this...Pumpkin Torte?


We had a very Aussie weekend. Watching the cricket.





The bread on this gluten free advertisement looks to round and perfect to be anything but gluten-y.



TOMATOES.



Our sage and thyme have taken well to their new home. The parsley? Not so much.

Fingers crossed that this will turn into a lemon.


15 comments:

  1. Yay for growing tomatoes! And I'm sending positive vibes to your lemon plant, hoping it gives you a big juicy lemon.

    I wish they had gluten free shops where I live in France. Gluten free is hardly even a thing here, and you can usually only find a handful of gluten free products in the organic shops (and they are super expensive!)

    P.S. I have no idea why anyone would want to watch televised cricket.

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  2. For future pumpkin pie emergencies, here's one that shouldn't take as long (because when it's a pumpkin pie emergency, who wants to have to wait?!?!) http://artofnaturalliving.com/2012/10/04/five-minute-diet-pumpkin-pie/

    YAY for growing garden!!!

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  3. You kick so much ass for that home garden. Must do this one day. (Happy belated Thanksgiving!)

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  4. Here it's too cold for everything...I miss the sun!!! I am hosting a big, big Giveaway, you should come by!!! http://themefashion.blogspot.co.at/2012/11/giveaway-25-winners.html

    xx
    eve

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  5. While we are heading into winter, and I love snow......I'm a little jealous of your summery pics! And gardening!

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  6. We didn't cook Thanksgiving meal this year meaning we didn't have any leftovers. So we went to the store and loaded up on pies (pumpkin) so that we could have "leftovers" LOL Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  7. Your garden is looking great! How did the pumpkin treat turn out?

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  8. Such beautiful tomatoes!

    We used some fresh parsley we still had in the herb patch for the turkey soup.

    Great looking pumpkin stuff! Yum!

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  9. Nice garden. I'm always excited about growing tomatoes. :)

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  10. Haha that sign for pedestrians made me laugh! Thank goodness that was there!

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  11. With so few words, I love the glimpse into your life. :) Pray tell, the recipe to your pumpkin tort please? For some reason, in South Africa, I have not been able to locate pumpkin puree. Did you make it with fresh pumpkin?

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  12. I'm so impressed by your garden, good work!

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  13. That pumpkin torte looks SOOO yummy!!! :) Hope you had a great Thanksgiving, girl! :)

    XOXO
    Ashley

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