Happy Tuesday everyone! I'm linking up with Elizabeth at alteredbooklover for T for Tuesday. Why don't you join us? All you need is something drink related (doesn't have to be tea...)
This post is photo heavy today. (No postcard today) There was a Medieval Market in our village this weekend and of course we walked along the stalls to have a look:
There were lots of craft stalls, and food stalls with chairs out (but it was a bit cold).
There was a really nice atmosphere.
There was a story teller/clown entertaining the local children.
It was the first few cold days of the season. We all had to get our jackets and cardigans out.
We lit the fire for the first time this weekend. We have an unusual stove: the right part is a wood burner, but the left part burns almond shells.
They cost 10 cents (Euro cents) a kilo and a sack of 25 kilo will last us two evenings. Here it is in action:
Saturday I stayed indoors and made this cherry/marzipan cake from a Dutch cook book I had bought last summer. I took it to our church house group where it was devoured in no time!
On Sunday we decided we would eat something exotic at the Medieval Market and we had something Arab, chicken rolled into a flatbread, with sauce and a bit of salad. Yummy. We had sweet tea with it and we were allowed to take the glasses home:
So this is my reference to T for Tuesday, these unusual tea glasses.
Have a lovely Tuesday and a great week,