Friday, January 1, 2016

01/01/2016 Happy New Year everyone.

Maximum temperature 16C, minimum 4C.  55 km/h S winds.  Dry, but showers forecast.
Still not feeling brilliant so  a short New Year entry.
Christmas lights in Devizes.

Especially for 'CountryMum' - Irrigation in France on the way home yesterday.

My new dehydrator, looking forward to saving bottling and freezing this year.

Nigel getting dinner ready...

Experimenting with a new recipe of spiced pumpkin and beans on rice. No, we are not vegetarian, but we had a lot of meat over the past two weeks!

8 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear you have not been well. Love the look of that dish. I wish you lived close by. I have a dehydrator that we don't use anymore since I turned the veggie garden into a herb garden and flower bed.

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    1. Ahhh sad that you are so far away, I could have done with your dehydrator, oh well. Not much improvement health wise, my lungs always seem to take a long time to recover these days!! Hope all well there t'other Diane

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  2. Spiced pumpkin sounds lovely... all of that healthy veg is sure to perk you up!

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    1. Craig is was really yummy, as usual a few extras added which I am sure improved it no end :-) I need perking up!! Diane

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  3. Hello dear Diane,
    I can understand you had too much meat, and this kind of veggies is a real treat :)
    I don't how I did it, but I lost another kilo during the Xmas holiday!!
    I wish you too a happy new year, may it be under the sign of health (the most important wish), joy and realisation of your own wishes.
    Much love, take care and enjoy your WE!

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    1. Thanks so much Noushka, and yes I hope health improves quickly, not good after the trip to the UK!! I in fact did not put on weight over Christmas though I am surprised! You keep well and take care of yourself, Hugs Diane

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  4. Thank you for posting a photo of the irrigator just for me... feeling very special indeed. And what a fine irrigator - love how it runs over a rise... all ours are on very flat country.

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    1. I had not even thought about the rise, I think few fields here are totally flat! Diane

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