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Monthly Archives: September 2010
A post on various little random pieces of food-goodness: :: A broad bean recipe I have been saving to share for ages. When my broad beans are ready they will most definitely be used to make this: Puglia style broad … Continue reading
Some highlights from my September garden… :: The nectarine and (I think it’s a) quince blossoms have graced us with their presence and then left to be replaced by leaves and teeny tiny fruit. The birds have enjoyed them as … Continue reading
Every winter we seem to have a “go to soup” that is our all out favourite for the season. We end up cooking it every second or third time we have soup that year and then in future years it … Continue reading
…boiling water that is. Somewhere, at some time, while surfing around the internet I read that boiling water is an effective way to kill weeds. I stored it in the dim recesses of my mind and continued to get rid … Continue reading
Last week I was listening to one of my favourite food podcasts, Good Food and they had an interesting guest on. Dr Thomas Robinson and his team research ways to ensure people eat healthily and stay within a healthy weight … Continue reading