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Kitchen Garden Plans 2017 Our Kitchen Garden Plans 2017 have been seriously interrupted by Storm Doris, now bashing to bits Scotland and the UK. So far, we on the East Yorkshire coast are snow free, but the wind (or rather gales) are causing a bit of havoc everywhere. Rivulets of rain are pounding on our Velux […]
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 […]
Comfort Food and Christmas It’s almost December – here in East Yorkshire, I still have my favourite Cerise geraniums flowering, and a lavender-blue spring clematis is blossoming. Yet this time last year we were 18 inches deep in icy snow. It’s unbelievable! But it’s not going to fool me. Oh no. The geraniums are being […]
Cavolo Nero is such a handsome plant, and it is incredibly tasty as well. Some of the strong green leaves remind me of a snake, the sort you see in Indian films, with the snake charmer eye to eye with this deadly creature, the tension mounting as they hypnotise each other. And other names […]
Recipe: Surely it’s not that time of year in the Kitchen Garden already? Yes … afraid it is. Time to get ready in our Kitchen Garden for the winter crops. Still overflowing with ripe summer produce, but time to think of what to plant to give us food to last us through the dark, dank […]