Mediterranean diet

This hasn’t suddenly changed to a food blog, it remains about my travels and I am still at the Eden Project in Cornwall.  The second biome mimics a Mediterranean climate rather than the rainforest.  On entering, you see a mosaic on the floor representing olive oil flowing down the hill and an obelisk where it collects into a bottle.

Overhead are wonderful bougainvillea flowers and other pink blossoms alongside the path.

 

The art here continues with these fighters dotted around the chilli plants.

There was a chilli tasting station at the edge of the planting and I discovered Lemon Drop Chilli – which has a great combination of lemon flavour and chilli heat.  I managed to find some seeds in one of the shops at the Eden Project and hope to plant some next spring.

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