It’s no coincidence that the respective seasons for gooseberries and elderflowers are one of the same. The tart taste of the gooseberry goes so well with the sweet vanilla-esque taste of the elderflower. A match made in heaven.
The tradition for Tropical Friday was started two years ago. It was the first Friday of December and it was raining ice water. I was remembering the intense heat which I experienced in India earlier that year and wished I could be back there right at that moment. Unfortunately the transporter has not been invented […]
Nasturtium One of the most versatile flowers to grow in your garden is the Nasturtium for a few simple reasons: Everything is edible, pollinators love them and it attracts black fly and aphids keeping them away from your veggies. Tropaeolum, common name Nasturtium, was named so because the plant produces an oil similar to watercress […]
Overgrown Courgettes After baking 3 chocolate courgette cakes and 2 savoury courgette cakes I am still finding overgrown courgettes through the thick foliage. It was time to do something drastic with these whoppers. I searched the net for a jam recipe that involves courgette. I tried one last year but failed miserably because I was […]
Glut It is that time again when courgettes grow out of control before your very eyes. The large leaves often conceal even the whoppers and in no time you find you just can’t keep up with harvesting. Hating waste, I have been searching for new and unusual recipes to help deal with the courgette glut […]