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5 Minutes From Our Door

Is the view we never tire of...
Really enjoying our 10 minutes or more of walking, it's good to just drop everything & escape!

On our return - we made pizzas.
For the dough, we use Shipton's Mill Flour, Dove's Farm Yeast, Cornish Sea Salt, Olive Oil & water - with a sprinkle of oregano & sesame seeds.
The topping Suma Tomato Puree, mixed with Suma Vegan Pesto & more Olive Oil. 
I can post the recipe if anyone is interested.

We then add what whatever veg we fancy - last night was garlic, onions, mushrooms...

And sliced green olives. 
Hugo also had a sprinkle of organic cheddar on his!

Enjoyed lots of discussion last night about the way we treat older people in this country, triggered by Karin's blog at: Green and Generous - check it out & join the conversation.

And before I forget - we saw this in St Austell on Tuesday & it reminded me of Just Gai's Blog

Off to Eden today, last day of locals for £5 entry - got to get our annual pass!!!

Kay :)

Comments

pattypan.2 said…
Hi Kay

Thanks for the thread raised some interesting points and ones that are going to need dealing with.

Nothing like home made pizza and your's look delicious.

Take care

Pattypan

xx
Karin said…
You clearly live in a lovely spot what with the views and being handy for the Eden Project. Why would you want to move?

Thanks for the mention.

As it happens I had pizza tonight when I came in from work, but I used a ready made base, topped with lots of lovely veg from my veg box and a bit of cheese not to mention some passata and slices of aubergine in jars the fridge that needed using up.
Anonymous said…
The pizza looks delicious.

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