renovations at blogland

Hello all,

Rachel and I have been playing around, tweaking and generally making improvements to our blog over the past 24 hours. You will notice that we now have a tab for ‘seasonal recipes‘ which makes it easy to select a recipe from our blog based on the time of year and the name of the recipe (which usually gives a good idea of the main ingredients).

We have also uploaded some of our farming photos as page headers to give the blog a very personal touch. Many of these were taken by Rachel when she visited Findhorn in 2009, others were taken at PRI when she worked there in 2010, and others are from our more recent farming adventures…

The ‘about us‘ tab now has some more info and pics…check it out! And generally we have tidied the place up a bit – guess you could almost call it a Spring Clean. In actuality, its probably a result of the fact that it has been wild, windy and rainy in Byron for the past 36 hours and we have had much time to spend…mostly watching another BBC series, this one called Edwardian FarmΒ and another fascinating series called Farming Heroes with Jimmy Doherty (a mate of Jamie Oliver). There has been great learning and great resting this weekend πŸ™‚

Today is cooking and washing day and I hope to put up my Pumpkin and Spinach Lasagne Recipe today as well. Might get started on that now!!

Spinach, Pumpkin & Fetta Lasagne

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2 thoughts on “renovations at blogland

  1. Ooh, missed this post – I thought I noticed some differences… I love the randomised picture in the header… very cute πŸ™‚ The lasagne looks beautiful too… so colourful!

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