Archive for the ‘midorigreen’ Category

19 Aug
2017

Tomato and chunky parsley pesto rolls

I call it chunky pesto but there likely is a word for it that means ‘salad ingredients chopped finely to [&hellip

1 Aug
2017

Yummy ginger and tofu rice

You know how it is; you get side tracked and then realise that it’s late, you still haven’t had dinner [&hellip

3 Apr
2017

The secret tunnel – something green for monday

Sunday evening rolled around. The approaching twilight taking me by surprise after a bright day. I’d popped along to see [&hellip

27 Mar
2017

The spring lawn – something green for Monday

It was the lawn that gave it away. Spring wasn’t kidding around. It was here now. I’d gone out for [&hellip

26 Mar
2017

Comforting and creamy – what’s in my veg bag?

Hello spring greens. Amongst this week’s inspiring selection of veg was kale, chard, salad leaves, parsnips, onions, carrots and swede. [&hellip

19 Mar
2017

Triple greens – what’s in my veg bag?

I was very happy to get a triple dose of greens in my veg bag; cabbage, kale and spinach. Plus [&hellip

19 Mar
2017

Leaves or birds – something green for Monday –

  When I first spotted the mural I thought I was looking at green birds. They looked like swallows darting [&hellip

14 Mar
2017

Photo fail – what’s in my veg bag?

I love to document what I cook from my veg bag contents. It’s handy for when I can’t decide what [&hellip

13 Mar
2017

Green haired gal – something green for Monday

  Recently I was watching The Clone Wars animated series. It’s fun to watch but I didn’t expect any greenspiration [&hellip

6 Mar
2017

Something green for Monday – scratched to enhance

  Look at the scratches on the paintwork. However ┬áthe colour look even more awesome as a result of the [&hellip

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I'm bit keen on the colour green and like to ramble on about food, cooking, veganism, refashioning, sewing, clothes, list making, music, reading and anything else that pops up in my overcrowded existence! I'm also one half of Ink drops boxes, stationery by the boxful, dropped through your letterbox.

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