With all the Christmas festivities coming up it’s easy to forget that this time of year is great for British Game meat. All the way…
I realise that what I’m about to type will make a lot of you think I’m disgusting. You’ll wonder how anybody can admit to such a thing, and probably despise me for it. But I have to get it out of my system, so here goes: I like sprouts.
What I don’t love though, is the after effect. Just why do sprouts make you fart?
One of the things I’ve loved so much this year has been watching our garden develop. Just a couple of years we started a project which involved knocking down our garage to create more space, and since then every nook and cranny has become home to edible plants of one kind or another.
After a couple of years with the existing blog design, I decided it was time for something new and fresh. Instead of hours of relentless…
The smell and flavour of wild garlic is sweeter and less harsh than that of farmed garlic. The bulbs are much smaller but the leaves more tender, therefore it is the leaves that are generally picked.
This year we thought it’d be fun to make our own chocolate eggs instead of (read: as well as) buying them. Mia (now almost 3) loved it; here’s the photographs to prove it!
It’s March right now and the possibilities for foraging are still limited, so we thought we’d try something different this weekend and pick fresh Violet flowers.