At Christmas, a very lucky dog was given a kibble ball, which after some initial confusion (trying to eat it, rather than roll it to get the kibbles out) has proven to be a solid ~ or rather kibble spewing ~ hit.
Here's Toby checking there's still kibbles in it, and it's worth persisting with. (There were, and it was.) Big thanks to Katy and Peter.
[Photo by Bev.]
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Recently we combined with our friends Brad and Kirsten to convert several boxes of tomatoes into passata and various other squashed tomato products. Here's a photo account of the day.
Brad starts by giving the toms an invigorating shower...
And then they were chopped, the dud bits ditched, and made ready to be cooked on down. This shot was actually from later in the day, with some finished product on the left, but don't peek there now.
They were cooked down on every hotplate we could involve, including the barbique...
Using the bright red passata machina from the Mediterranean Wholesalers (where else?) latched to the table by its vacuum foot and a piece of screwed down Perspex. Brad's invention.
Meanwhile Kirsten had made a magnificent loaf for lunch.
Other products included chutney, underway as here, and tomato sauce.
There was loyal, hardworking support from Jarvis, the cat.
And after going through the Fowler's Vacola machine, they were turned upside down by Mickey Mouse...
And Brad prepares for his farmer's market look.
We're good for Tomato product, now!
[Pix by Bev & James.]