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Follows the seasonal changes in the organic vegetable garden starting with preparation to seedlings and on to the end result being put into exciting recipes. Also incorporating my interest in permaculture.

Owner: pamwest

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Language: English

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  • Fruit Cage 2010
    on Jun 12, 2010 in Uncategorized
    We have added to the content in the fruit cage we bought last year,  just in case  anyone is looking for suggestions you could check out this site  http://www.wmjames.co.uk/fruit-cages.htm We bought our cage from them  So far  it has stood for a...
  • Ricotta QuicheThis is a great way of making the most of a little. I like to make these on a Friday when we are going to be out in the garden on Saturday. It takes the hassle out of finding something for lunch. I made some with egg and bacon and some with leeks but...
  • Mixed Salad Leaves
    on May 2, 2010 in Gardening Mixed salad leaves
    The first of the season, mixed salad leaves a couple of days aways from harvest. This is one for anyone anywhere to try.  We use a plant pot drip tray, it has ‘run of the mill’  compost as a growing medium and a packet of mixed leaf sal...
  • Lemongrass Grown in the UK – One year later
    on May 2, 2010 in Gardening Lemongrass
    This pot of Lemon Grass is the result of a piece bought in the supermarket and rooted at home last year. (If you are interested look in the archives at Lemongrass and other Seedlings and Seedlings Progress from 19th February and 7th April 2009).  I...
  • Setting seeds
    on Apr 29, 2010 in Uncategorized carob Setting seeds
    We  spent most of last Saturday setting seeds for what we hope will be a bumper harvest, so fingers crossed they all pop up and grow big and strong.  Even the beautiful Pobble cat likes to get involved! I have upload an on going list of  ‘Se...
  • Filo Parcels with Prawn, Ricotta and Swiss ChardThis is a quick and easy to do, you can have all the ingredients bought in from the supermarket or if you have time can have a bash at making the Ricotta and using chard from your garden. I bought the filo pastry which is so easy to use, on each laye...
  • Swiss Chard and Chick Pea SoupSwiss chard is the first of the new greens from the garden.  I wanted to make a soup that will show it off to its best and  one that could be eaten hot or cold. In this soup you have the bitterness of greens, sweetness of coconut milk, sourness of...
  • Limoncello
    on Mar 7, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I love this alcoholic drink, it’s fresh and has full on flavour, it is also so easy to make. I picked up the recipe thanks this blog   http://www.2friendscooking.com many thanks to you both for you kind permission to share. You will need the f...
  • and the sun came out…Today is the first day that it hasn’t rained or sleeted or snowed for …I can’t remember it’s been so long.  I have managed to give the Honeysuckle a hair cut and fix the climbing net on to the fence. Hopefully it will give th...
  • Apricot and Almond Cereal Bars
    on Feb 21, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I have made these bars in the hope they will stave off my crisp addiction. I have agreed with my daughter to fore go the three C’s; chocolate..mmm, cake and crisps for the forty days of Lent.  We have done this over the years making Easter egg...
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