using fresh white peaches picked at the farm from last weekend and recipe is based on this stone fruit galette. the galette pie is easy to make and you can simply substitute peaches with berries/apples/pears or do a mix berries or a peach/apricot combo which i haven't tried yet but think they will work wonderfully. and the most lovely part is that it makes your entire house smells like sweet peach afterwards. photos are also shared on instagram .
on memorial day with friends. for the first time, the weather was nice and cool with a little bit of drizzling. we were somewhat disappointed because most of the fruit-picking farms were closed that day and were told the cherries are out because the cherries picking season began two weeks early. also, there was a shortage of crops due to the lack of rain this year. these photos were taken with instagram.
purchased several years ago from a french lady who handdye/handspun these one-of-a-kind yarns and have been saving them because they were too pretty. now looking at them, i really don't know what to use the yarns for so i will be selling them on ebay and hoping that someone has a better idea in making use of them.
healthy and delicious, to jump start the day. made with carrot, apple, celery, spinach and a little knob of ginger.
i need a storage box for my spools of yarns so i made a fabric bin with remnants of fabrics and some card boards. to get an idea on how to make a fabric bin, i just watched a video tutorial on it via youtube and figured-it-out-as-i-make-it-my-way. now, my yarns are neatly stored in a bin.
i was so happy to see pocky in matcha and my favorite matcha cookies in the japanese grocery store. snacking away. :)