Archive for Nov, 2013

Autumn also here – with handmade “nerikiri kinton”, nerikiri meaning the beanpaste used, freshly served and to be eaten in 1-2 days – and kinton meaning sweets made of thin “strings” of paste pressed through a sieve… Did I catch the colours of autumn?

thebloggen_IMG_11849The beanpaste was pressed into two layers before being pressed through…

thebloggen_IMG_11850Closeup. In fact, just before serving these in a october tea ceremony, we added leaf gold onto each one which added  some more class to them… : )

The japanese looking square plate was found in an Red Cross shop on the island of Fanø.

Enjoy the autumn colours in your naborhood, and keep warm in the beginning winter cold, Ulla


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