Greek salad with herbs, bell peppers and tomatoes from the windowsill, feta, cucumber, and black olives.
Archive for the ‘gardening’ Category
When just randomly picking a bunch of lettuces, herbs and veg from my windowsill looks this good…
…it calls for a nice salad with mozzarella, balsamico vinaigrette and a lovely glass of white wine to round it off, right?
New bento coming later today, I forgot to upload the picture this morning ^^;
In the meanwhile, have a status update of this spring’s plants and flowers!
I made this one for a picknick on the easter weekend already, but I forgot to get the pictures from my camera until now.
Mini quiche, homegrown rucola and radish, babybel cheese, carrot flowers and some easter candy on a bed of polished Dinkel wheat.
This bento contained the first of our homegrown radishes! It’s not actually a problem to grow root vegetables in a bucket on your windowsill. As long as you can keep the cat out of them! *mumbles at her vegetable-crushing kitten*
There’s another post coming later, so keep your eyes peeled!
Something quick from the freezer stash prepared this weekend: Mini quiche, onigiri, cucumber, celery and the flower containers (aren’t they adorable?) have peanut butter and raisins for the veggies.
I’m growing something new on my windowsill this year! Anybody want to hazard a guess what this lovely flower will grow into?
(At least) One of the seeds we planted from Donatello‘s harvest last year has now gotten chilies itself.
They don’t look like Donatello. They aren’t even approximately conical, but remain short round knobs. Also, they start out orange, then become dark purple later.
…we have a Michelangelo.
* I never learned the colours of the Ninja Turtles when I was a kid because I thought they were interchangeable just like Huey, Dewey and Louie (Tick, Trick and Track in German). I had to look it up on Wiki to see what I should name them.
** It’ll be a while before I can breed a blue chili, I fear…
I drew this comic last year, when he was just growing.
Now Donatello is a lovely bush, and has some children of its own: