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"Where better to care for the soul than in the details of our daily lives?....The soul has an absolute, unforgiving need for regular excursions into enchantment. It requires them like the body needs food and the mind needs thought... An enchanted world is one that speaks to the soul, to the mysterious depths of the heart and imagination where we find value, love and union with the world around us. As mystics of many religions have taught, that sense of rapturous union can give a sense of fulfillment that makes life purposeful and vibrant." ~ Thomas Moore.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Fairy Lunch is Served....

Today's Menu at the Fairy Cafe and Gardens........

''le déjeuner est servi de fées''

"Fairy Lunch is Served" 

For our in-house fairy's.......(moi) we have Berry Juice .....blended whole berries of blackberry, blueberry and raspberry artfully crafted (mixed) with organic grape juice.....

the fairy's could not wait for photos, they drank half of it  

before I could run for the camera!            

Lunch consists of whole organic tomatoes from the vine.
These are still ripening. :D

 Once ripened..........

sliced and sprinkled with Magic Crystals (Celtic Sea Salt), Black Dust (fresh cracked black pepper) and paired with sliced garden green onions.......

YUM O people ! :D:D:D

This is one of the best salts in the world....PURE MINERAL CONTENT LIVE...... as opposed to just regular salt (sodium only) which is deadly and ages you and your skin faster than you can blink.
Sprinkle this on your  foods and you will never go back.

drizzled with Liquid Gold (organic imported Olive Oil from Crete and no where else!) voila ! Lunch fit for a Fairy Queen!

ajustement déjeuner pour une reine des fées

(Honestly, I have no idea where all the French talk is coming from! :D)

These beautiful juicy tasty, sweet, and tangy things are still growing from the vines. This is the most I've had in years, and I'm loving it!

Please people.........grow whatever edibles you can in whatever piece or patch of sun you have, to enjoy the purity and vitality of truly fresh foods! Your body and soul will reward you for it. Guaranteed. 

I'm sharing this post with The Charm of Home



  1. Lovely, lovely! There's something about being in the garden that always makes me want to speak French (although I really don't know French) -- maybe the Monet/outdoors/flowers/garden/vegetable/cooking train of thought, lol.

    I have been spending almost an hour every morning picking blueberries, blackberries and peaches from my garden. That, and other garden work/play, having the grandchildren here, our beach vacation, our #3 daughter's high school graduation, has left me little time for blogging lately, so I have been very remiss in posting. Food from our own hands and bit of earth is the best!

    1. I wondered where you've been :D
      Yes, the gardens produce is heaven.....pure heaven!
      I'm going now to make another of those tomato plates YUM!
      And yes, thanks for explaining the french thing, I truly didn't understand where it all came from, yet I was hearing the french in my head....funny strange.

  2. Beautiful! Looks delicious! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!

  3. Dear Lady,

    Where can I purchase the Celtic Sea Salt. I want to reduce our sodium intake. The tomatoes look luscious. I love homegrown tomatoes.

    1. Hi Laura, you can get this salt online but usually at any health food store especially Whole Foods Market if you have one. My little nephew is now 'addicted' to it, but its a full scope of minerals, not just sodium, so its ok.


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