Would you like to preserve the flavours of summer for autumn?
Here is a quick and easy recipe for you.
All you need for a 0, 9 l jar are:
1 medium big zucchini
1 spoonful of coconut oil
salt (the amount depends on your taste)
white pepper (the amount depends on your taste)
garlic (the amount depends on your taste)
10 leaves of basilicum (the amount depends on your taste)
levandel (the amount depends on your taste)
Boil some water. Take it from the oven and put the tomatoes into the water for 2 minutes. After doing so, you can easily peel them. Wash the zucchini and sclice it. Put the coconut oil into a pan, heat it, add the zucchini. After about 4 minutes add the peeled tomatoes. Add one dl water and cook it for 10 minutes. Pour it in a clean jar, put a cap on it and let it cool. Now you can bring it to the pantry..
You will love it when having no idea what to cook on a gloomy autumn day. Just cook some pasta, add the tozucchi and voila!
A few weeks ago I read a fantastic blog post about creating flower boxes here.
And as some of you might have seen it on instagram, I created myself one for my cousine's graduation.
All you need is a:
- paper box
- flower oasis foam
- flowers (I chose hydrangea, roses and little quaking grass)
And how to make it:
Cut the flower oasis foam to the right size. Put the foam into the water for at least half an hour. Pad the paper box with cellophane. Cut the shanks of flowers to the right size. Put the foam on the cellophane and stick the flowers in the foam.
Bind the ribbon on the box.
PS.: I wanted my box to look a bit rustical but if you would like it to be a bit more sophisticated, you might as well paint it. Use acrylic paint.