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Giant Potato Rosti Recipe - courtesy Delicious mag.

Giant Potato Rosti Recipe

Just sometimes, when I wake up very early and creep into my very cold tiny office, pitch black sky filtering through my voile curtain, I feel the urgent need for comfort food. On goes my computer, bought back to life by my freezing fingers, and comes to my rescue. Look what I discovered this morning […]

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Roasted Parsnip & Garlic Soup Recipe - courtesy of Donna Hay.

Roasted Parsnip & Garlic Soup Recipe.

Roasted Parsnip & Garlic Soup Recipe. After spending days cleaning the building dust off the downstairs of our house, then taking up a paintbrush and roller and turning our building site into a beautiful silver-grey room, I’m absolutely in need of nourishment and warm soup.  I find making soup relaxes me, almost as much as […]

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Jerusalem artichoke, pear, brazil nut & goat's cheese salad

Jerusalem Artichokes: Time to dig ’em up!

It’s that time of year again for us Kitchen Gardeners – time to dig up those prized Jerusalem Artichokes and concoct or create some tasty and nourishing recipes to share with family and friends.  I planted my weird looking, knobbly artichokes early last spring – then the plants grew to about 12 foot tall, and were […]

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Salad Raised Bed

Raised Beds.

Raised Beds – At Last! Would you believe it?  We have three beautiful raised beds in our expanding Kitchen Garden.  All filled up with, (from the bottom upwards), bits of brick and stones for drainage, old cardboard boxes opened up from deliveries, our amazing homemade compost, and shop-bought compost mixed with top soil and a […]

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Garlic Prawn Pasta Recipe

The weather is still fine, but not for much longer, if the forecasters are correct.  After a visit to the harbour area of Bridlington, and passing the shops stuffed full of superb fresh fish and a vast collection of local shellfish, we decided on some big prawns. After trawling through food sites on the internet, […]

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Garlic Disaster – It’s gone Rusty! But Asparagus Success!

Garlic Disaster – It’s gone Rusty!  But Asparagus Success! Oh, the trials and tribulations of a Kitchen Gardener.  Generally it all works out well, but just sometimes …… see for yourselves. 4 years in a row I’ve grown perfect Garlic – but now it’s been attacked, by Garlic Rust.  I planted it last Autumn, it […]

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Favourite potato dish for summer

Greek Lemon Roasted Potatoes Recipes

Greek Lemon Roasted Potatoes Recipes I call this recipe for Greek Lemon Roasted Potatoes by another name really.  I call them Greek Lemony Potatoes.   Chopped, then thrown into a big bowl and mixed with good Olive Oil, lots of thyme, bay leaves, rosemary etc, lemon zest and juice, a pinch of sugar and a […]

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Makes a fabulously rich Chard Gratin

Chard Gratin Recipe

 Chard Gratin Recipe Chard (or Swiss Chard) is so easy to grow, and comes in rainbow colours, stunning shocking pink, crimson, bright yellow, orange or dark emerald green. It can survive a freezing winter, and looks amazing in a garden tub – all you do is pick off the good outer leaves to cook, then lo […]

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