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Thursday, November 24, 2011

deepning autumn



loving this melissa's pouch, the embroided lovely flower makes me feel cozy
i used it to keep sashiko material and carry it in my bag
la france is the name of this pear i found this fall
it was brought to japan in 1903 from france
neighborhood park
on the way back to the store, i usually take
different path to enjoy variety of scene

got home just in time for lunch
fixed hot udon with fried tofu and vege
kaki from my friend



7 comments:

  1. kakis!My mother loves them but I have never tasted it... The other day I was at the groucery shop an a girl bought ten, she said that they were so tasteful!

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  2. I ate also a lot of kakis recently. They are from my parents garden. It is very unusual for Austria to have a kaki trees, so it is very special :) And for me it is even more special, because it is one of the few fruits I am allowed to eat.

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  3. That embroided flower is really beautiful.
    Kaki fruits are so photogenic too.
    Thank you for sharing the pictures of your neighborhood.
    Hugs, Pauline

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  4. I always love visiting your blog. It always makes me smile. :) Thank you for all the lovely photos of your surroundings, projects and meals. And thank you for the Thanksgiving wishes! Happy Day to you . . .

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  5. thanks for sharing all these beautiful photos...
    happy thanksgiving !

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  6. these pears are... historical in a way ! :)
    thank you for the stroll
    and yum at the persimmons (we call them kakis in french as well) i like it when it is the season (there are some in ourfruit basket at the moment) they are full of vitamin. i even saw for the first time this week a fruit cake recipe including some kaki puree

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  7. Lovely pictures..
    (Made mushroom and anchovy pasta yesterday: very yummy! Thank you, for the inspiration!)

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