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Tag Archives: Garlic
Before it’s too late and I miss ANOTHER month in my garden, here’s what’s been happening around my place in the last two months…. ::We’ve entered the hungry gap with plants mostly growing rather than producing food. But we have … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I gave you an update on my garlic plants. They had been growing incredibly well and then a few weeks ago they started looking all droopy. For a number of days I fretted and worried … Continue reading
I am the biggest fan of polenta. If it’s on the menu at a restaurant then I order it. But I have to admit I’ve never been much good at cooking it…until recently. A few months ago I discovered Russ … Continue reading
When I first started blogging I was quite concerned about posting on topics at the right time of year (see how almost five months of blogging makes me a pro 😉 ). I thought if I posted a seasonal … 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
I LURVE pesto. Not so much the traditional way on pasta. That always seems a bit carbohydrate laden and too low a vegie quotient for me. No, I’m a big fan of pesto on toast, on sandwiches, on crackers, as … Continue reading