Yesterday was a very busy day.
On Saturdays we buy our bread for the week from a tiny baker at a nearby village.
I picked-up a couple of large sourdough loaves, plus the above garlic-encrusted fougasse.
Outside the baker's, I noticed a small road-side stall about 20 metres away. I asked the baker what they were selling, and he replied 'Goat's cheese'.
So, I also bought a few Cabécous (small round fresh Goat cheeses), and this really delicious looking 'Garlic and Herb' Goat cheese, that will go perfectly with the fougasse. Whilst I was there, the baker turned-up with coffee and croissants for the cheese man. How nice of him.
On nearing home, I was flagged down by my neighbour, José, who very kindly gave me some 'Portuguese' Tomato plants (my favourites), and told me to help myself to Cherries.
Just in case we were short of something for lunch, I also knocked-up some hummus, which was sprinkled with sumac.
Pool opening, pool cleaning, hedge trimming, bread buying, Tomato planting, and Cherry picking; it was a good Saturday morning's work (and a very nice lunch too).
I decided to leave my mowing until tomorrow; I was knackered. I pottered for the rest of the day.