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In The Kitchen

Sticky tea time treat in November’s kitchen!

Posted: 6th November 2017

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We have tried growing sweet potatoes but have really limited success! The crop’s quite small and they take up so much room in the polytunnel that they’re probably not worth the effort. We didn’t grow any this year so I try and remember to buy one now and again as we really love the taste. […]

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Enjoy a squash in October’s kitchen!

Posted: 27th October 2017

9 Squash and chicken lasagne

I do love a squash! Have you tried the bowl shaped ones? They’re perfect for stuffing, roasting then eating straight from the oven. For a real treat I fry up a mix of leeks and chunky pieces of ham then pour in some cream and fill up your de-seeded squash. Use the top as a […]

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Holiday time in September’s kitchen!

Posted: 26th September 2017

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So sorry I haven’t posted a recipe for a while. We’ve had a few sad family issues happening and the garden’s been keeping us so busy there hasn’t been time to sit on the computer to post! So a quick one for the end of September to keep you going – with tomatoes. We’ve had […]

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June’s kitchen is smelling fantastic!

Posted: 19th June 2017

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When I’m out in the garden at the moment I’m surrounded by wonderful smells! I love Philadelphus and it really is at its best at the moment – such a sweet fruity fragrance. We’ve got one in almost every different bed around the garden specially so that we can smell it everywhere we go! The […]

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Asparagus in May’s kitchen

Posted: 16th May 2017

Chicken & asparagus

Keep it simple when cooking asparagus-  you don’t need to tie it in bundles or put it in fancy upright steamers. Just snap off the bottom, slightly woody part of the stem, wash and pop into a deep frying pan of boiling water. The fresher it is the quicker the cooking so I find I […]

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