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Well the second weekend in April is now over and now is the time I think for a quick look back. Sunday had me sowing a few flower seeds and I also purchased 2 blueberry saplings to plant out in pots later next week once I obtain enough ericaceous compost to fill two large pots . It would seem that this year I’ve sown more tomato seeds than usual some of which I’ve imported from America because they have long been extinct in Britain . I’ve spent several evenings pricking out tomato and pepper seedling with still more seedlings to be pricked out in to individual pots but has the evenings are still bringing frosts I’m limited o

This week I’ve harvested a lot of green veggies, so what do you do with them? you add green pesto and maybe green pasta, but I didn’t have any 😉 Serves 4: 400grams of dried pasta, any shape 2 table spoons of pesto ½ table spoon Lemon juice 1 tablespoon of (olive) oil Range of harvested veggies, or shop bought of course I used : Peas Haricot verts 1 green pepper chopped 1 chilli pepper (red) chopped ½ cucumber halved, deseeded and sliced 3-4 cloves of (fresh) garlic, pressed Salt and pepper to taste Method: Bring two pans with salted water to the boil, when the water boils, blanch the haricot verts and peas in one pan and cook the pasta in the other pan. Meanwhile in a bowl mix pesto, oil and lemonjuice to ma

With the summer in full swing, a nice cold salad is a welcome addition to any dinner. This cauliflower salad, is perfect to make in advance as the cauliflower will soak up more of the flavours in the dressing. Serves 4: 50grams raisins 50ml red wine vinegar 3 tablespoons (olive) oil 1teaspoon sugar (or more if desired) Salt and pepper 1 cauliflower cut into florets 1 red onion halved and sliced 2stalks of celery, diced Handful of chopped parsley Method: Put raisins, vinegar and the sugar in a saucepan, heat the vinegar until the sugar is dissolved. Taste if it needs more sugar, let cool Cook the cauliflower in salted water, drain when cooked. Tinse under cold water. With a whisk add the oil tot he vinegar and raisins, season with

Serves 4: 4 or 400grams of big carrots 100grams raisins 2 apples or 250grams Salt and pepper (sunflower) oil Lemon juice 1 teaspoon mustard (optional) Method: Soak the raisins in hot water. Peel the carrots and apples, then grate them roughly. Make a dressing with the lemon juice, oil, salt and pepper and if you like the mustard. Drain the raisins. In a bowl add the carrots, apple, raisins and the dressing. Recipe and photos Gardeninglady Per portion appr. 174kcal

Yesterday (june 25th) I saw something similar being cooked up by Mary Berry, but a much more posh version 😉 My version is easier on the wallet and I also snuck in some peas for the color and taste of course. Serves 2: 1 ciabatta bun or other rustic bread 125-150grams of button mushrooms 2-cloves of garlic 100grams of (frozen) peas 1 onion halved and sliced 150grams of smoked bacon lardons Butter for the pan 1 tablespoon of (frozen) parsley, chopped 100ml of cooking cream or double cream Salt pepper and paprika powder Chilli pepper, whole Method: Melt butter in a pan and add the onions and garlic, leave to soften. When translucent add the paprika powder, and pepper and chilli, hold the salt until the end. Add

Serves 4: 2 tablespoons of sunflower or peanutoil 400grams think steak “ribbons” 1 red pepper 2 tablespoons of oystersauce Handful of basil leaves 1 clove of garlic 100grams rice 200grams of (frozen) peas Salt Method: Bring salted water with the rice to the boil, when the water is boiling add the peas and bring back to the boil until rice and peas are cooked, drain and cover, set aside. Meanwhile cut the steaks into thin strips, dice the pepper and the garlic finely. Heat oil in a wok, add the garlic and pepper en stir to colour (not burn) then add the steak, just to turn colour. Add the oystersauce and let thicken slightly.. Serve the meat with the rice, decorate with the basil Tips: I find oystersa

Serves 4: 500grams of waxy potatoes, or potatoes that hold their shape, cooked and cubed (if you can keep them al dente rather than overcooked, so they stay firm but are edible) 4 tablespoons of mayonaise (or to liking) Handful of chopped parsley Handful of chopped chives Salt pepper Paprika powder (sweet) 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 2 cloves of garlic pressed Method: Cook the potatoes (if you can keep them al dente rather than overcooked, so they stay firm but are edible), drain and rinse with cold water, set aside. In a bowl combine mayonnaise, salt, pepper, paprika powder, chives, parsley, Worcestershire sauce, garlic. Add the potatoes (still warm) and combine with mayonnaise. Chill in the fridge for

We have a cannabis seedling germination page which has everything you need to know about all the different germination methods, but this tutorial is different. In this hydroponic seedling tutorial I’m going to share exactly how I do my seeds from beginning to end in a DWC/bubbleponics setup!

Make sure to always keep the Rapid Rooter moist but not soaking wet.

The Rapid Rooter should be cut open lengthwise

This method is hard to mess up if you follow the instructions!

Gently place the germinated seed inside, root down