We have now hit the “Corne d’abondance” point, to which it impossible to keep up eating daily what the garden produces, especially tomatoes so I am experimenting with the age old conserve making (tomato coulis, ubiquitous in Provencal cuisine)

All the ratatouille ingredients are to be found steps from the kitchen

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But also, all sorts of beans, potatoes, salads, and a few abricots from our tree who is finally producing a bit..

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Melons

Courgette flowers

The potager also harbour a daybed, a very special place to watch food grow 😉

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Soil to plate, bon appetit!