There are few things as enjoyable as dunking a rusk in that early morning cup of coffee. It being a very South African tradition, no home in SA is without a cookie tin of rusks. It requires no yeast or kneading and is quick to assemble and can easily be adapted to your own taste. This recipe is from a book by Myrna Robbins called, Bushveld banquets, a feast of Lowveld flavours.
I have about five varieties of different lavender in my garden. My favorite one is the lavandin Grosso with nice dark flowers and which grows about 70 cm tall. Behind the pool I have a large patch of the large lavendula Angustifolia, la vraie lavande, which adds a whiff of lavender all around the pool and lawn…it says Provence! How I love lavender!
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Ooh, so yummy, Ronelle. T want to jump right into these photos. Thanks for recipe, too.
I have never heard of these little RUSKS!They look delicious!
YOUR PROPERTY is STUNNING…………..are you still painting?
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Thank you Annie.
Thank you Elizabeth. Yes I am still painting, lacking a bit of inspiration lately, but I am still going at it.
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