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Sunday afternoon record fair feasting

Posted Oct 05 2009 10:03pm
This past Sunday was spent lounging around our friend Jem's backyard while he hosted the first (of many, hopefully) record/plant/food fair. In bewteen a couple of astonishingly great musical acts patrons rolled between buying records, swapping or buying cuttings from Jem's garden, buying handmade notebooks (provided by me) and pottery, and munching on delicious treats supplied byCooper and (an absent) Alex,Sophie,Timand myself. There weren't many people attending but it seems those there sure were hungry! We made enough money to buy our groceries for the week! I also sold a couple of notebooks and traded a pair of my handmade leggings for a beautiful piece of pottery. There were dogs to play with, friends to chat with, and new things to add to our garden. Tim picked up some chocolate mint, perennial basil, lemon grass and rosemary, as well as a jar of homemade comfry salve. This stuff is amazing - I've been using it on my face and hands to wondrous effect.
Vegan chocolate cupcakes and freegan cookies, Sophie's fundraising contribution for the WAI radical, independent newspaper.

Cooper and Alex's incredible vegan chocolate chip cookies.

What's this?
Oh... It may seems improper to talk about them, but these were so moist and delicious! Another C&A enterprise, which reminded me ofmy own foray into phallic food-stuffs.

My curry puffs (curry supplied by Tim) were a bit hit, as were my roasted tomato, artichoke and olive tarts.
Nothing beats one of Tim's brownies. These things are like a black hole of deliciousness - there's no escape.

My handmade notebooks, made of rescued paper and packaging.

The host himself, manning the goods.

The best thing about the day was it was a chance to feel part of a special little community, one that is productive and to an extent self-sufficient, and always ready to share.
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