Lemon juice, a favourite to the children in Swaziland

Today I changed the recipes of my mother-in-law Maureen Joan Seager from her now broken file into another one. Covered with roses ๐Ÿฅ€ from Passage of Roses. This lemon ๐Ÿ‹ juice is in her file and she used to make it for her children on holidays in Swaziland. Mums recipe of lemon ๐Ÿ‹ juice from … More Lemon juice, a favourite to the children in Swaziland

Leeโ€™s magic Easter ๐Ÿฃ memories

Excitement started on the Saturday as all the family arrived. Auntie Shirley, Gavin, Brenda, uncle Bill, Granddad with Elizabeth, Granny Lou and friends and neighbours, the Mackenzies and Potgieters. Because they were all living in Natal in South Africa the evening temperatures were still nice and warm. In the evening all the children and the … More Leeโ€™s magic Easter ๐Ÿฃ memories

L’Estanc, Queviures desde 1880

Translated from Catalan, this means The Tobacconist, Food from 1880. 3 years after our home ๐Ÿก (1878) was built, this tobacconist opened. I love this old convenience store, specialising in products from the Penedรจs. The owner, third generation, loves telling me that what I buy, is grown locally. Fruits, vegetables, charcuterie, cheeses, wines and cavas. … More L’Estanc, Queviures desde 1880