This recipe is great if you have a bunch of bananas in the fruit bowl that that are starting ripen a bit too much and you need to use a whole batch before they turn for good.
First post of 2018, new year new me (sort of)...
It's Christmas time and I love this time of year - you can look back on the past 12 months and see what you did right and what you did wrong, but ultimately how can you improve for next year. What aims you would like to achieve and how you're going to do it, but
I've always wondered why some plants are connected to Christmas so I've done a little bit of Googling and decided to compile of my notes in one place. Pour a mulled wine and give this a good ole scroll. Poinsettias I've always wondered why Poinsettias are connected with Christmas - and we have one in
Finally a decent crop of potatoes! If you've been keeping up with my potato efforts of late you would have seen that I have been rather unsuccessful when it comes to harvesting my spuds - in short they were too few and too small and this didn't fill me with confidence when it comes to
If you're a fair weather gardener and you want to get outside and get going, but the the baltic temperatures are putting you off - here ten things you can do for your garden or allotment when it's absolutely freezing outside.
Are you still watching Gardener's World? In my opinion Gardener's World a little bit on the tired side and did nothing to get future generations involved.
OK, I'll admit it - I'm totally guilty of Instagramming my allotment and using the filters to make everything look dreamy and idealistic. I'll also confess that I'm guilty of positioning things so eloquently so that it really does highlight how great an allotment or a garden can be - which I'm sure, probably doesn't
Sticky balsamic fried onions: Add onions to a frying pan and soften. Add the sugar, balsamic, vinegar and beef stock. Fry and reduce until sticky.
Planting garlic is one of the easiest of foods to grow, and one that gives a great return. Garlic is one of those food stuffs that I'm constantly buying from the shops - we use so much of it at home, practically with any dish that uses a diced onion. Garlic, for me is one