I'm greedy and I like gardening. This is a seasonal food diary of my potager garden: what I grow and how I cook the things I grow.
Eating itautumn recipes Baking basil broad beans brussel sprouts Cavolo Nero courgette flowers courgettes cucumbers french beans frugal food herbs leeks lettuce mint parsley potatoes purple sprouting broccoli recipes with meat seasonal food Spinach squash sugar snap peas summer recipes Swiss Chard tomatoes Uncategorized vegan recipes vegetarian recipes winter recipes
Growing itAlys Fowler Aquadulce Claudia box hedging broad bean risotto broad beans bulghar wheat carrot coir pellets courgette courgette flowers courgette recipes courgettes crown prince squash crudites cucumber Desert Mint design feta food freezing broad beans garden design Giant Couscous glut herbs indian summer Jamie Oliver Jekka McVicar Jiffy 7 Joy Larkcom Kentish Cobnut Oil leeks legumes Little Gem Masterpiece Green Longpod mezze Mint tea Monty Don Moroccan Mint mozzarella Nigel Slater nitrogen fixing onion squash parma ham pata negra pickled cucumber salad planting potager principe borghese purple sprouting raised beds recipe Rhizobia Rosemary Verey san marzano Sarah Raven Seeds of Italy soup spring onion squash sugar snap peas summer lunches sunflowers sustainable gardening sweet peas Tashkent Mint The Sutton Thompson & Morgan uchiki kuri uchiki kuri squash Unwins urban gardens vegetables vertical planting Very easy zucchini recipes
Monthly Archives: July 2011
When I got home from work I was feeling too bone idle to walk to the supermarket, which is pretty lazy considering that it takes me less than 30 seconds to get from my back gate to the supermarket entrance. … Continue reading
The broad beans and peas are beginning to give a bit of structure to the garden but I decided that it needed a bit more height and few more focal points to I bought a couple of very cheap … Continue reading
I love leeks. They’re definitely one of my Desert Island vegetables. Sad to say, I have actually spent rather more time than I ought actually thinking about what vegetables I couldn’t live without, and leeks are definitely up there. … Continue reading
I’m feeling a bit wistful as the broad beans are nearly over for the year. They’ve been the roaring success of my nascent potager and they’ve had a good innings. I planted three batches in succession in one … Continue reading