There has been some knitting but it's not worth a photo. The leg of the first navy sock is a bit longer and I've done not quite half of the edging of a shawl by the Shetland Trader, Gudrun Johnston. The yarnovers are picked up when the edging is finished and the shawl knitted from there. This means the number of stitches decreases as the shawl grows.
I love the flavours of Moroccan food and the beautiful aromas as it simmers away gently. I love the spices and the preserved lemon which is an important part of the flavour. Now when I was with DIL and son, I used the very large jar of preserved lemons which they had been given. I've been missing it since I moved.
I'm a bit of a lemon freak. Preserved lemon usually uses just the rind and the flesh is scraped off. I'll happily eat a piece straight from the jar, flesh and all. If a slice of lemon is served with a meal, I can eat all of that too. I was surprised a couple of years ago when one of my granddaughters asked for a slice of lemon to eat as I prepared a meal, so she has the same tastes I have. However I hate preserved or candied peel and loathe marmalade unless it's the ginger variety with lots of ginger as well as the peel.
So I decided to make my own lemons.
Wash and dry your container. I have a glass jar and lid as the acid from the lemons and the corrosive salt will attack a metal lid and your lemons will be spoilt and inedible.