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Sunday, October 26, 2008

today i observed...

... free-range-home-grown eggs produce luminous frittata. It was a little off putting but tasted delicious.

... parking under street lights on warm evenings leads to a plethora of stunned insects sitting on the car bonnet, which is rather distracting when driving.

... evening BBQs at the gorge might not be nice on the mossie front, but they sure are good for hanging out with friends.

... nothing tastes better than coleslaw made with home grown cabbage. Except maybe spinach and feta pie made with home grown silverbeet.

... how hard it is to say goodbye to a good friend.

... murder on the driveway. Bantam roosters have a terrible, strident crow that does not sound well at 4am. I think the visiting neighbour might have wrung its neck and I am not particularly sorry as it turned up from nowhere yesterday and annoyed us silly. Our Rhode Island Red rooster is much easier on the ears.

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2 Comments:

At 11:34 am, October 29, 2008, Blogger Sandy's Notes said...

Will we be reading about a dead strangled rooster in the newspaper? Can you go to jail for that?

I don't know what silverbeet is!

 
At 8:19 am, October 31, 2008, Blogger cecily said...

Hahaha Sandy! I thought of writing a whole dramatic post about it, but I already gave the story away!

Silverbeet must be the Aussie name for Chard or Swiss Chard. I love the stuff!

 

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