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Category Archives: Gardening
Day 16 in the 2015 Vegan MoFo: Complimentary colours – For instance, Red & Green, Purple & Yellow, Blue & Orange. Purple and yellow carrots! Real ale is now called ‘craft beer’ and fancy restaurants call carrots like these ‘heritage carrots’. … Continue reading
This is the first time I’ve made chutney and it worked really well! The tomatoes were donated by a lady who used to live next door to me, she pops round now and again… I will give her a jar, … Continue reading
Our tomato plant had a second wind and made another load of fruit! I think it was the warm September we had. Anyway, my fella was chuffed as nuts as he got to pick them and make green tomato chutney… … Continue reading
I have a love affair with tomatoes and corn. I remember them from my childhood. I only had them in the summer. They were extraordinary. Alice Waters Previously… I wrote about my obsession with fresh sweetcorn in 2011 in Corn … Continue reading
It’s that time of year! My redcurrant bush was dripping with currants this year! I’ve been adding them to salads and brunches and everything inbetween. Marc picked a load and made redcurrant jelly which we will be tucking into with … Continue reading
The chillis on my kitchen window sill are doing very well! These little firey peppers are great in salads, veggie chilli, curry and a host of other dishes including scrambled tofu and they just look so pretty!