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Archive for september 2013

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This summer opened my eyes to making ones own herb teas – with fresh ingredients, chosen by which effects the different herbs are expected to have… here nettles (brændnælde), mint (mynte), and lemon balm (citronmelisse).

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Enjoying the light filtered through the herbs…

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And look at this one: rosemary with bubbles of air…

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thebloggen_IMG_10904Here is a purple version of Asagao, morningglory, with a little dot of matcha green…  🙂

Ulla

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thebloggen_IMG_10872_okashi_asagao_aug2013 These purple flowers, morningglories, “asagao” in japanese, or “purpur-pragtsnerler” in danish) have been growing on my balcony, since I read a story connected with them, and then searched for the seeds on the internet.

thebloggen_IMG_10874The story goes: The tea-master Sen no Rikyu had quite a lot morningglories in his garden, and their fame reached the shogun Hideyoshi. He was invited to a teaceremony, but the day he entered the tea-garden, there were no flowers at all in sight. First he was sisseapointed – but in the tearoom, in a vase, there was a SINGLE morningglory. He was satisfied…

thebloggen_IMG_10878 These japanese sweets are made of sweet beanpaste, matcha and agar agar…

Ulla

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