Funny Old Day With Plums

30 Jul

plum tarte tatin small

It’s been a funny old day. Quite busy with work, then sorting out my vegetable plants, redesigning my computer station so that I can work standing up, Tai Chi followed by a cold shower with a nod to Wim Hof, the car died and got towed away for scrap, my first reflexology treatment for four months, discovered an unconscious man slumped in a doorway, argument with the woman from emergency services because I wouldn’t touch him – no PPE and it’s a pandemic, he was breathing, no blood, no signs of broken bones, just unconscious – Β waited until the ambulance came with staff maxed out on PPE, got a Chinese takeaway.

Then I made this plum tarte tatin. And Husb and I ate it. The plums are from my own little tree in a pot in the garden. The plum fruit moths had them earlier in the season, but I waited for them to leave and apart from a bit of a blemish on the skins, they were fine. I don’t mind sharing. The fruit tasted delicious.

5 Responses to “Funny Old Day With Plums”

  1. SMB at 10:06 #

    Oh great.. Definitely worth trying πŸ˜ŠπŸ™

  2. SMB at 09:19 #

    It looks delicious! 😊I have always wanted to grow my own fruits and vegetables but never had the right place or time. But let’s see, may be I can do something about it. πŸ€”

    • Rosie Scribblah at 09:43 #

      Thanks for your comment. It’s amazing what you can do with sacks, growbags and pots. The plum in the pot is giving me more fruit than the tree on my allotment and figs do especially well in a large pot. Good luck πŸ˜€

      • SMB at 09:48 #

        Wow! Amzing. Thank you very much😊

    • Rosie Scribblah at 09:54 #

      You’re welcome. Sacks of compost for courgettes and potatoes and growbags for tomatoes are brilliant πŸ˜€

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