An Autumn Garden Tapestry
with Food to Follow……
Not quite a Patchwork of Photos, I will post one of those at the end of the month, but a Tapestry of photos, and more solo photos from my Autumn garden……come take a walk with me….
Scarlet Meadow Lady…
Woody the Bird Table and Chums…
An Autumn Cookbook…
More jamming needed…
…and a Gift arrived!
Just a few random photos of my Autumn garden,books and mail……my daily recipe and food to follow later today, so please stay tuned!
i am so jealous!!!
Now when my son says jamming he means hanging out with his band drumming and strumming a guitar … just for a moment there I had visions of you and your instrument of choice making music in amongst all that autumnal lushness. And a gift from Heather … lucky you 😀
From Beyond My Kitchen Window says
What truly gorgeous pictures. I have never seen a walnut in its natural state on a tree. I waiting patiently to see if you will be making some fig jam.
Karen S Booth says
Thanks Victoria and Irma!
Annie ~ it was a tongue in cheek expression and you picked right up on it! LOL!
From Beyond My Kitchen Window ~ thanks! Fig jam is being featured on my blog next week ~ early in the week probably along with fig chutney too!
La Table De Nana says
Puts me right in a fall mood..sweet darling gift:)
Your garden is gorgeous! Would you like to traverse the Atlantic and help me out with mine? 😉
I have a copy of Recipes from an Old Farmhouse, too!. I haven't made anything from it yet, but it's so cute and I love the illustrations. I got lucky and found a copy at a used bookstore when I was visiting my parents in Oklahoma City at Christmas.
What beautiful pictures. I so want to come and see your garden now – even more than I did before.
Looking forward to the fig jam and chutney. I tried some fig chutney at the Cornwall Food Fest today and it was really interesting as it was quite tart and not that sweet, not what I was expecting, but I really liked it.
Do you get many walnuts – do you do anything in particular with them.
Kentish Keg-Meg says
Thank you for the tapestry and the tour of your Autumn garden. Fantastic Karen. Great Rubenesque quince.
Lovely round up. My favourite is the walnut, just amazing!
A Trifle Rushed says
Oh! Your garden is lovely, looking at your photographs bring to mind tastes and scents that are pure France! Thank you Karen.
Working london mummy says
This is a wonderful, what a beautiful set of pictures. Looking forward ro more autumn recipes
How I love the garden at this time of the year, you have so many beautiful flowers still going strong!
I do miss the walnuts in France, especially the walnut tart sold in the markets.
Your garden must be such an inspiration to you!
Oh, how nice! How did I miss this? Im so glad the painting arrived safely, I know its very happy being in your home with all that lovely food!~