Our minds returned to the Camino in 2014 recently when the weather turned cool and we were able to open our windows for a few days.
We got frozen peeled-and-deveined shrimp for Friday evening's meal and made barra bread to eat with it. DH turned the shrimp into gambon al ajillo, and we ate the garlicky, olive-oil covered shrimp bits on slices of the bread. (Barra is a Spanish version of the French baguette. All of 4 ingredients, and you need to add steam to the first half of the baking.)
As part of the winding-down experience of remembering the Camino, a new quilting project came on deck. (Hey, the stash is still at tsunami-like levels around here. Using up fabric is winding down.)
|This is a tree block that is about 12 inches square, before piecing together to make a runner.|
Note to self: get some quilt basting spray and try it out!
|The hibiscus in the garden bloomed.|
|In the lemon tree at the back door, a whitewing dove.|