Monthly Archives: May 2014

sweet geranium

When I was at Ballymaloe we made lots of things using the leaves from the sweet geranium plant (pelargonium graveolens). The leaves are not eaten but used to flavour different dishes – cakes, jams, jellies, etc. There was a plant … Continue reading

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National Vegetarian Week

Given that it’s National Vegetarian Week (19-25 May) I thought it would be a good time to give you an update on my Graeme’s our veggies in the greenhouse. These are the courgette plants.  In pots where there was nothing there … Continue reading

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on a roll…

On Saturdays I tend to have a little more time to spend preparing lunch and today was no exception. I made lovely little aubergine rolls inspired by a recipe in the BBC GoodFood Vegetarian Summer magazine. The rolls are made … Continue reading

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stuff.

Stuff. Nearly all of us have too much of it. When I said earlier in the week in had been busy inside, I’ve actually been trying to declutter! So, when I picked up the current edition of Stylist magazine, Lucy … Continue reading

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