The first tomatoes

Hi. I am very excited to report that I can see my first two tomatoes growing in my garden (see above). It’s been a tiring day so this cheered me up. I have also harvested some lettuce for my lunch box tomorrow. The bad news from the garden is something is eating my spinach.. MyContinue reading “The first tomatoes”

The best things in life are free

Hi everyone. As I recover from the news I’ve just watched of the government’s plans for the quite drastic 4 July lockdown easing, I want to talk about free (and nearly free) stuff today. Yes, I am going to stay in my little garden sanctuary world ignoring all our new freedoms and you’ll have toContinue reading “The best things in life are free”

Sea bass tagine and rhubarb and crumble ice cream

Hi, how are you all? What’s cooking in your kitchen tonight? The other day I made this rhubarb and crumble ice cream, from the Good Housekeeping June issue. The rhubarb is made into a sweet syrup and puréed before swirling through double cream and condensed milk, with really chunky homemade sweet and buttery crumble bitsContinue reading “Sea bass tagine and rhubarb and crumble ice cream”