We have a few coffee trees on our small plantation, all from the original green-tipped boutbon arabica plants brought from Mocha in Yemem back in the eighteenth century. This year we harvested, pulped, dried.and hulled about 20 kilos – we roast it as we drink it.
Even when the ground is parched and dry, nature keeps on giving!
Delightful home grown vegan dinner – from the garden to the table, vegetable curry!
Today’s daily picking, mulberries! The mulberry tree is a gift that keeps on giving. Foraging is fun!
Butternut squash grows perfectly in the climate here in Sandy Bay – and it makes delicious soup!
Today we had to pick coffee, which looks like this