Thanks to my family for a delightful Christmas day here at our home playing in our permaculture garden. It was so relaxing and low-key.
We perhaps ate a little too much, but the food was so delicious, fresh and healthy and much of it directly harvested a few moments before we ate. I'm so pleased we created very little packaging with our shared meals today.
|My christmas breakfast - Maia's jaboticaba jam on Les's choc-cherry sourdough with fruit...mmm|
|Evan's fruity face on rye, chia and cinnamon porridge|
|Sourdough pumpkin and choc-cherry bread|
|Collecting eggs for lunch|
|Evan's sisters help with the lunchtime harvest|
|A selection of ingredients for the eggy bake and salad.|
|I love collecting a leaf from this and a leaf from that. Our lunch bake included pumpkin leaf, red hibiscus spinach, brazilian spinach, comfrey, garlic chives, sorrel, vietnamese mint, perpetual spinach, kale, rosemary, thyme, oregano, parsley, sacred basil and asparagus|
|Hugh loves eggy bake, but with out the 'stuff' on top! I always make a special section just for his 'tongue-taste'.|
|The dairy free version also tasted delicious, I just added a few more herbs for extra flavour instead of cheese.|
|Maia's collection for the salad.|
Labels: christmas, family, food, permaculture