Monthly Archives: July 2016

Don an Apron!

Sam Kekovich did more for the Australian lamb industry than anyone else I can think of.  Certainly more than my lamb recipe illustrations.  Sam’s ‘tongue in cheek’ diatribes were enjoyed by millions over a number of years.  Link to the 2006 ad here and you’ll understand my choice of title for this post!

Maybe a few will enjoy my sketches.

Balsamic & Rosemary Lamb Cutlets

Balsamic & Rosemary Lamb Cutlets

Balsamic Lamb Backstraps

Balsamic Lamb Backstraps

Lamb Burgers

Lamb Burgers

Lamb Koftas

Lamb Koftas

Spicy Lamb Cutlets

Spicy Lamb Cutlets

Hooroo,
🙂
Helen

 

June – Done and dusted!

June is the first month of Australia’s winter season.  In the Perth Hills we’ve experienced mornings close to zero degree centigrade and daytime maximums around 18.  That is COLD if you get used to summer temperatures more than 20 degrees hotter!

Another month was packed full with family & friends (tragic and happy events), travel along WA’s Wheatbelt Way, art, crochet and more.

We voted in the Australian 2016 Federal Election today, polling is now closed & the results are being televised as I type.  I’ve cast my vote and nothing I can do can make any difference now, so I chose to complete my collage for  the July entry of my visual diary rather than watch.  I really do prefer to watch paint dry!

 

2016 June Collage PNG

🙂
Helen