Sowing Seeds Indoors in Late Winter / Early Spring

Sowing seeds indoors before Spring starts – done right – is a cheap way to have top quality plants ready to go as early as possible. New gardeners will learn so much about plants and soil from it, and experienced gardeners who like to experiment value the opportunity to test the limits of their favourite… Continue reading Sowing Seeds Indoors in Late Winter / Early Spring

Classic Caprese Salad

Fresh ingredients: Basil & Tomatoes

The best caprese salad uses the freshest ingredients What better way to get the most fresh ingredients than growing them yourself (obviously not the mozzarella), but basil and tomatoes are a must! Tomatoes ripened by warm sunny days make them so sweet. The flavours are better than any bought tomato in the supermarket. Grow your… Continue reading Classic Caprese Salad

Spicy Squash & Sweet Potato Soup

Spicy Butternut and Sweet Potato Soup

Warm your cockles and calm your wockles with some homemade butternut squash and sweet potato soup. As the weather chills, recipes in the kitchen heat up from salads and summery stirfrys to soups and stews: after being outside on a wet and wintry day, there are few things as revitalising as some homemade soup. With… Continue reading Spicy Squash & Sweet Potato Soup

Tomato & Pepper Bruschetta

Tomato Bruschetta

A great recipe for using the last of the tomatoes in your garden If you have a few guests popping over and want something easy to prepare, or a quick, light, refreshing lunch, tomato & pepper bruschettas are a scrumptious addition to your menu. Bruschetta is a traditional Italian antipasto of grilled bread rubbed with… Continue reading Tomato & Pepper Bruschetta

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