Posts tagged with "vegetables"



Garden · 28. May 2019
These Snowball Cauliflowers are my favourite because they do not take long at all to grow, they wont take up very much room in the garden and they are scrumptious.
Garden · 05. March 2018
Perfectly sized to be eaten by one person, the old heirloom variety called "Lemon Cucumber" (because of the colour of the skin, not taste) ticks all the boxes! It's prolific, easy to grow, even here in our cold temperate climate, and miraculously develops a thick skin once it's picked, but remains sweet and juicy on the inside, without a hint of bitterness at all! It also tends to have a longer growing period than other cucumbers.

Garden · 20. February 2018
'Vigorous', 'perennial' and 'oddity' are just some of the words that jumped out at me from the. Seed packet of the "reuse tomato" traveller tomato, a Peruvian heirloom vegetable that made the cut for the new vegetables to plant in my ..(.....)
Kitchen · 08. March 2017
This year we are having a late season on all counts, with all our summer vegetables in the garden. I love to have a pantry full of bottles and jars for the winter, so I can literally open a jar of "sunshine" on a Winter's day and taste the garden. This year I looked at my usual pickles recipe and decided to add to it and change it up a bit and added a few of my favourite flavours. For example instead of plain old vinegar, why not a full flavoured apple cider vinegar? What is a Piccililli? It is...

Kitchen · 24. November 2016
Ingredients: 3 cups cooked Brown Rice 3/4 cup cheese 3 cups vegetables (of your choice, from the garden) 3 eggs Salt and Pepper Rice Bran Oil (or olive oil)
I really didn't think when I put in 2 very small "no dig" vegetable plots in our garden on the first weekend that we moved in, that in 5 years it would have grown to 13 veggie beds and now a greenhouse. Every few months i have (probably) annoyed the husband, asking "Can you put another one over in that corner?" or "You know what would go well over there?". Since its pretty apparent that I love growing food, when I came home from Ireland last year, there, it was, brand spanking new greenhouse...