So, here are before and after pictures of my first Hefezopf
You can click on the pictures for a close up view.
First two tomatoes growing on my topsy turvy
Angelonia plant that I got for my birthday!
Cucumbers growing nicely
Another tomato seedling I had bought since some of my own tomato seedlings had died after I had repotted them. I still have some left but I'm waiting for them to grow a bit more and get stronger.
Pepper plants...growing slowly.
Various vegetable and flower seedlings that still need to find a permanent home.
Tomatoes with two marigold plants
All of the repotted seedlings nicely lined up - let's see who will survive...lol
A bunch of tomato, pepper and flower plants leftover to be repotted
That's what the Maultaschen looked like before their bath in the saltwater
Maultaschen waiting for the saltwater to boil
The Maultaschen simmering away in the saltwater
That's what the Maultaschen looked like after simmering in the saltwater for about 15 minutes
The front plate was mine. I like to eat my fried up Maultaschen with a bit of jam...sweet an savory...drool :-)
hi .. Nice blogs theam ..go green ..save earth ...n bit recipes
hi .. Nice blogs,,,go green ..save earth ...
More spicy than sweet...mild spicy...I use a lot of herbs
ur dishes r spicy or sweet?
hi hw r
Well, I will do my best...nothing really planned in the near future though ;-)
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