13 January 2012

Interesting reading

Fridays this year will be about sharing links I think you might find interesting, or even enriching. It might be a blog, article or website but it will always be on our topic so I hope you'll find time to take a look.

Pickles from Norway - without a doubt, my favourite knitting blog. Beautiful photos of amazing creations and many free knitting patterns.

I love this blog. Ivynest is honest and beautiful, which I think is a charming and irresistible combination.

Look at these wonderful party ideas - written at the simple green frugal co-op by Megan from The Byron Life.

Nita on seed saving, and here also at the co-op writing about saving seeds again. Nita writes Throwback at Trapper Creek  and she knows her stuff. For everyone who aims for sustainability in the backyard, especially in a cold climate, you shouldn't miss these posts.

Henderson's chicken breed chart - one of the best practical resources on the web.

I'll write up Hanno's kartoffelpuffer recipe for you on Monday. I've had a few requests. Hanno's really pleased about that and although I've been making kartoffelpuffer for over 30 years, having been taught my his mum, Mrs Hetzel Senior, he's given me his recipe and that's what I'll pass on to you.

Thank you for your kind words, good wishes and wonderful comments during the week. They really gave me a boost as we start off another year together. I hope you have a lovely weekend.



  1. Thank you for the links Rhonda. I Really Love the Pickles blog and subscribed quickly. :)

  2. Good morning Rhonda, thank you for your update. I have looked previously at the Henderson's chart and it is helpful. We have just got 2 chickens to add to our productive back yard and I am eagerly waiting for them to start laying. Regards, Kyrstie

  3. I love Ivynest too.
    She illustrates her life so beautifully through her wonderful photos.

  4. Good Afternoon, Rhonda

    I will check out the blogs you listed, as I trust your judgement in blog content.
    Have a wonderful, productive weekend.

  5. Ooo!
    And I just looked at The Byron Life.
    It's lovely.
    So full of life and colour.
    Makes me wonder why I'm blogging about cemeteries??!!

  6. Thank you for these links Rhonda. The Washington Post article is real food for thought!

  7. Thank you for your reading links Rhonda...a great Friday idea!
    I am already an avid reader of ivynest too and love seeing family life through her photos.
    Shall have to visit the chook readings too.Have a lovely weekend, hope it cools down somewhat!

  8. Thank you Rhonda, I love writing those posts for the simple green frugal co-op.
    There's some good reading on your list, some new-to-me blogs I'll have to check out. I am also a fan of Tania's ivynest. She's a beautiful blogger.
    Have a great weekend.

  9. So many wonderful links, thanks so much!

  10. Great links. Thanks Rhonda! Have a beautiful weekend.

  11. Ivynest really is beautiful both in presentation and gentleness.

  12. I am so excited about you sharing Hanno's receipe. I am not familiar with the dish, but it sounds and looks delish! Looking forward to reading the new suggested blogs. Blessings, Carolyn Gilbert, Florida in USA

  13. Thanks for the links! I look forward to checking them out.

  14. Great links Rhonda, thanks. I've spent so much time looking at Pickles! Have a great weekend :)

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