Broccoli and Cauliflower soup served up in a pottery bowl made by Linda Hynes (see my previous post featuring one of her creations). Cold weather tasks such as cleaning up after an ice storm often work up an appetite. One of our favourite winter meals is Broccoli and Cauliflower soup. I made the first batch […]
Category Archive for 'Pottery'
Last post of the day. In lieu of Friday cat-blogging (as I don’t have a cat), it seems this is often my day for posting about Sabrina, or of something around the farm or house. Today, it’s a favourite porcelain bowl by Linda Hynes whose studio is located the Merrickville area. Highly functional, this covered […]
The frost is now heavy in the mornings. It won’t be long until thick ice forms over ponds and puddles. A couple of days ago, I performed the annual Bringing-in-of-the-Birdbath ritual — transporting a wonderful stoneware piece by Doug France of Perth, from the herb garden to the basement for safe storage. Things always seem […]
If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you’ll know that we like pottery – a lot. We don’t have a large collection and wouldn’t have a place for it even if we did. However, for many years, we’ve been bringing home the odd jar, bowl or vase that we come encountered in our travels. […]
The weather has finally cooled off (thank goodness). I’m hoping to get a bit of outdoor and indoor work done today. To say it’s been uncomfortably hot for the past few days would be understating things. So, this morning’s post will just be something simple so that I can get on with my work. A […]
In summer, I try to remember to bring flowers indoors so that we get as much enjoyment as possible from them while they’re in bloom. Sometimes the flowers are from the garden, and sometimes they’re wildflowers from the fields or the meadow which once was our yard. We’ve been here at the farm for many […]
Surprise! Today’s photos is *not* of an insect, bird, or mammal! A couple of days ago, I posted some photos of one lovely green thing, and today is another. I’m just about to begin a busy day of washing all of the windows, putting the screens in for the summer, and getting the sun porch […]