Publicity, party, veldkos and fynbos.
This month we have had a few times to shine in the media…
Otherwise we have been having quite a few kids parties at the nursery
All catered for by us, including the Kitty cake
For our next project, owner lady and myself are coming up with a fantastic idea. It a bit hush hush but I can say it involves experimenting with veldkos, or bush food. The first experiment was collecting sourfigs (Carpobrotus edulis) and making a syrup out of them. This syrup can be used on ice cream or yoghurt, in cakes and puddings, an addition to sauces and salad dressings or even on toast. Yum!
Amongst getting famous and cooking and planting and general everyday stuff, we took a stroll on the Fynbos Walk and had a look at all the beautiful Fynbos in flower. Inspired, I picked an indigenous bouquet for my grandparents 59th wedding anniversary:
Another kids party booked for this weekend, the retail is looking fresh after yesterdays welcoming rain, fresh lemon and poppy seed cake in the farmstall…so come visit us and chill out in the deep green south! ! !
Posted on February 29, 2012, in Farmstall, Fynbos, Indigenous beauties, Kids parties, Landscaping, Party, Photos, Planting, Rain, Random moments, Roof gardens, Summertime, veldkos, Windmills and tagged bush food, cake, Fynbos walk, gardens, kids party, Landscaping, newspaper article, plants, projects, Rain, Retail, smiles, sourfigs, sun, wild food. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.