Cultivating mint from root is something that you can do even in the smallest of spaces. I’ve planted some wild mint in decorative pots at the allotment in the hope of growing some lovely fresh bunches in the spring.
Each herb has its own fragrance and qualities and react differently based on how you use it. I often find when I’m cooking that adding a bit more salt or a bit more pepper, can really either make a dish stand out.
A few days ago I published an infographic from Sainsbury’s Money Matters about how to grow strawberries at home. This infographic is all about to grow in your own home. Mint has to be one of my favourite herbs of all time. When grown indoors, mint will last all year round and can be used for so […]
No kitchen would be complete without a herb garden and fresh herbs can really make the difference to a dish. It was quite awesome because I managed to get my lovely girlfriend, Monika interested in growing your own. She took the initiative to make a herb garden and sow eight different herbs in a long […]