Sunday, June 13, 2010

Papa takes some Photos on a Rainy Saturday

What to do, when the rain is pouring down on a Saturday?
D4 - Civettes on a rainy d 
Well, papa did think about the small things in daily life.
Things that matters, without the big headlines.
D1 patatas 1 
Panfried potatoes
D2 Tomatoes
Green Tomatoes
D3 - bananas
Bananas
D5 - chopped carrots
Chopping Carrots
D6 - All green
All Green. Norwegian Jungle or is it the Local Rain Forest?
D7 - White Fish
It is White Fish, even it looks pink here, like chicken fillets;-)
D8 - Spring Onion
Chopped Spring Onion
D9 - Rosa
Rosa is of course inside
D91 - Parabol 
Parabol and wet, wet – too wet for drying outside.

Rasberries in flower
Rasberries - Flowering
 Woman 1
Let’s dance - (from the Wall)
Chili green 
Chili peppers…
Salt and Green
Salt Stone . Salt from Wieliczka Salt Mine Near Krakow, Poland.
Biscuits for Cheeze
Biscuits for Cheeze.
Shrimp Cabaret 
Traditional Norwegian Feast Appetizer: Shrimp cabaret, or Shrimps in Aspic – you can see all the ingredians.
Sauerkraut or just new Cabbage 
A very traditional vegetable: Cabbage – Here what we call summer Cabbage. Just pour some white wine before heating – do not cook for to long – should be served both crispy and warm.
Anna og Gressløk i blomst
Wish you all a happy Week;-)
Bratwürst
Bratwürts – Small ones.
Sky 2 view
After the Rain, some blue Sky.

Well,  just some snapshots from daily life in Norway.
You can have the big view as well in August 19-21.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Lifecruiser Travel Blog said...

Interesting serie of photos, following you. Oh, I love those flowers, gräslöksblommorna!

We call that white cabbage here in Sweden. We eat that a lot now with our new diet, it's VERY healthy food!

June 13, 2010 8:05 pm  
OpenID dianecasmetamorphoses said...

We of course like new cabbage too. I like it best cooked lightly with a little butter salt and pepper on top. Glad you made good use of the day with an interesting series of photos. We will have to come later in the summer when the tomatoes and chili peppers are ready for taste testing!!

June 13, 2010 9:53 pm  
Blogger Suzann said...

So beautiful - thanks for sharing this day, wish I were there to share it with you. As always - love and hugs across the miles Suzann

June 14, 2010 12:26 am  
Blogger Puss-in-Boots said...

I thought you did very well for a rainy Saturday. I love cabbage, cooked just as you said or with just a tiny bit of water, butter and fresh ground black pepper...and still crisp. Yummmmm

June 14, 2010 7:39 am  
Anonymous Maribeth said...

Wonderful photo's. I am back home again and trying to settle in.

June 14, 2010 1:11 pm  
Blogger Ginnie said...

Your daily life totally whets my appetite, Tor. I love it.

June 14, 2010 3:07 pm  
Blogger Gattina said...

Dear Father,
I just catched up on your blog and see that you are sitting and not singing in the rain, but that Stompa is still gone and that you moved to the summer house.
I wonder what happens this year, it sounds as if it rains a lot up there north ! We have cool temperatures too for the season !

June 14, 2010 5:39 pm  

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