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  1. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL perfect for an approximate amount of approximate people! 😀

  2. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Such a pretty sunset! And then a pretty purple-red borscht to finish things off – sounds pretty perfect!

  3. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Hahaha oh man I love your description of the serving size. It’s just perfect 🙂

  4. Emma

    This is the absolute most closest you’ve come to my heart of hearts in one post, dear Hannah. I will add that ‘ethereal’ belongs in here somewhere, because it’s quite fitting to the sentiments these photos inspire, and you haven’t used it in a while (I think).

    Oh, to be a wandering WWOOFer.

  5. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    LOL about the serving size 😛 It’s amazing how you’re still able to blog recipe and everything even when you’re overseas 🙂 WELL DONE! Keep it up! ~

  6. Whispering Gums

    Glorious part of the world … The mountains and the sea. And a wonderful sunset. There’s something nice about seeing the sun set over the sea … Something we easterners don’t see a lot.

    The borscht looks and sounds magnifique. Did you have purple fingers?

  7. Lizzi

    I HAD THAT DOLL TOO! IT OVERTOOK MY LIFE. I’m pretty sure that doll/that book are the reason I ended up studying art history.

    Also I miss you. Come home to me.

  8. CheezyK

    … excuse me for a moment while I breathe that view into my soul …

  9. Lou

    Seriously, that looks and sounds like my idea of heaven…. the garden, the scenery, the friends, food and sunshine. Envious much 🙂 Plus beets are just beautiful.

  10. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Ahh wondrous, to be experiencing all of those things! I also really miss harvesting beets. My favourite was when we would make bunches of red, golden and chioggia- what a colour palette!

    That view of sunset is UNREAL.

  11. Hotly Spiced

    That soup is such a pretty colour and I love how the beetroots weren’t bought in a store but pulled fresh from a precious looking garden. I do hope you let us know what you made with the zucchini flowers (or ‘blossoms’ I think they call them in the USA) xx

  12. Hillary

    I am covetous of your borscht. Is covetous even a word? It’s at least approximately a word, which I think you would approve of.

  13. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    What a stunning sunset. Oh how I love a sunset.
    The soup looks good, but I had a bad borscht experience as a child. Maybe I will have to give it another go.

  14. Agrigirl

    Love the way that looks! And I have everything on hand to do just that.

  15. Choc Chip Uru

    Soup and sunset? Alliteration never sounded so calming 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  16. Libby

    Oh yum!

    But more importantly, where was the accompanying vodka?!

  17. Catherine

    Oh my goodness how beautiful! And your soup. It’s soup season here too but my pumpkin effort last night was paltry compared to this. I had a beetroot mojito in a tops London bar this summer!!

  18. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Now this, darling, may be a tricky recipe for the rest of us to follow 😉 But I think it deserves being tucked away as a worthy one nonetheless. Also – yay to pink skinned apples of salvation!

    (Thanks, too for your thoughts on not writing or reading too much 🙂 I’m doing the things that matter most when time and mood allow, and working hard to shut off the internet world in between xo)

    1. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

      And by matter most, incidentally, I don’t mean work 😛

  19. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    My good lord! She lives above the ocean with those views?!?! Borcht – ive been thinking about making that lately – Ive never made it! Crazy. But Ive been eating lots of beets lately and thinking now I need to make soup. I shall have to try this recipe.

  20. Rach

    That sunset is GORGEOUS!

  21. ChopinandMysaucepan

    Dear Hannah,

    Like you, I also believe that with the right company and atmosphere, a meal, no matter how simple, can turn into a life long memory. Glad to see you’re enjoying life there!

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    amazing and so so simple!
    thanks for sharing the recipe!

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