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November 09, 2014

My Sunday Photo


Is there anything better for an outdoor worker than sitting in a warm mini bus in the beautiful Brecon countryside, enjoying a flask full of freshly homemade Cawl made by a lovely husband.


14 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo

  1. Kim Carberry says:

    Ohh that’s fantastic! Lucky you 🙂

    1. kim says:

      Thank you, it was so lovely on a windy day in Brecon.

  2. Jo Laybourn says:

    Cawl? Sorry but no idea what that is? Looks like ravioli though!

    1. kim says:

      Hi, Cawl is a traditional Welsh stew. Made with meat and root vegetables. Its so filling and was great for a windy day in Brecon.

  3. Enough for two?
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

    1. kim says:

      Hi David,
      Any time. We would make enough for you!

  4. Coombe Mill says:

    Looks delicious, perfect for a cold autumnal day. Popping in from My Sunday Photo.

    1. kim says:

      It was so tasty and was just right for a winters day in the hills!

  5. OneDad3Girls says:

    I bet that was needed and warming

    Thank you for linking up

    1. kim says:

      It was just what I needed for a windy day.

  6. image-in-ing says:

    Thank you for teaching me a new word – cawl. I looked up a recipe. Unfortunately, the recipe called for cutting up a Swede. I thought our Nordic neighbors might object to flavoring Welsh stew.
    At any rate, now I need to find a Swede willing to sacrifice life and limb to enable me to try cawl. Or perhaps your husband could send me a taste?
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/11/saint-marys-basilica-wilmington-nc.html

    1. kim says:

      Hi, I’m glad I could share a Welsh tradition with you!
      Very good with the swede, might have to find a different ingredient.
      I am very lucky my husband makes the best soups and stews in the world, {I am a little biased!}

  7. ninjcacat says:

    that cawl looks amazing , and yes I learnt new word as well

    1. kim says:

      Hi, glad to share a Welsh tradition! Its a lush treat.

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