Just peachy

Just peachy

I have two peach trees in the polytunnel but for the past two years they have both been seriously infested by red spider mite.  Last year I sent in the nano warriors to do battle and judging by this harvest, they seem to have mostly succeeded. The peaches are amazing,...
Harvest

Harvest

The rhubarb is slowing down but the french beans are now leading the glut; they’ll end up being pickled at this rate! This is the first calabrese planted in the open.  I never used to bother with summer plantings but then I discovered how delicious these are...
Made it

Made it

These rhubarb and almond muffins were inspired by a post by fellow blogger Zoe’s garden prints I was inspired as much by her fabulous illustrated recipe as the fact that I have a considerable amount of pink and sweet rhubarb stems that would be criminal to...
Plot to plate

Plot to plate

I wanted to say ‘fork to fork’ but this is no-dig, so that would be taking artistic licence a little too far. Anyhow, everything on the plate came from the plot which makes me feel very satisfied. The salad is a mix of rocket, sugar snap peas, calabrese,...