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Autumn Featuring

  • god morgon, kanelbullar
  • Tomten är vaken, Astrid Lindgren
  • Dekorera julbordet med en bukett av paprika
  • candles II advent
  • Apples, advent 1st, decor
  • Jul på Skansen, Stockholm
  • Jul på Skansen, Stockholm
  • Jul på Skansen, Stockholm
  • Glad Lucia, Lussekatter
  • hembakat bröd

From the Kitchen Garden: Waiting for the new harvest of Datterino tomatoes

We are enjoying beautiful weather in these days and Summer seems to be already here. The week passed quickly. On this Saturday evening, it is amazing to see our small plants of golden “datterino” tomatoes how fast they grow day after day. Tonight, the little corner in the green terrace, which is dedicated to herbs like basil, parsley, selery, sage and lemon thyme, looks really cosy with a warm atmosphere lighted up by small candles and small solar lanterns. I took pictures of this green space in different times of the day, but I do prefer it in the blue hour for relaxing moments of gardening and, little later in the evening, for enjoying nice “al fresco” dining. Every tomato has its own peculiar story about its origins, healthy benefits, taste and fragrance and perhaps, for somebody, in some occasions, it may be the source of particular epiphanies or good inspiration for culinary delicacies to prepare. In the case of the golden “datterino”, it is a very sweet tomato ideal to be served as one of the main juicy ingredients in appetizers or fresh salads.

Wishing a beautiful weekend to everybody 🙂

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