I don't like the job of making a salad, but I can't possibly let the lovely endive out there go to waste. Sown 25/8 last year, no protection whatsoever, it has stood happily throughout the winter. I have been picking leaves from it regularly to add cold-weather salads, and still it is flourishing. I like it mixed with apple and beet or any other root, grated raw.
You want variety: Cornet de Bordeaux, which is available from…Continue
After trying to resist the christmas temptations - in vain, usually - we can now finally start eating normally again. Mind you, "eating normally", in my opinion, is not "trying to get rid of the pounds quickly"!
Go with the time of year: it's winter after all. There is nothing more conducive to failure, than trying to lose weight when it's cold, and dark, and dreary all around you.
So what's good to eat in January? Have a look at my food blog, 'Thought for Food' at …Continue
What are they doing to our milk? And how long will we still be able, as we do now, to receive our bottled, whole, organic, not homogenized milk on the doorstep, three times a week?
Read "Let me tell you about Milk" (http://thoughtforfood-aw.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/september-2011.html) and then go to www.milkandmore.co.uk to put in a regular order.…Continue
Sustained by my husband and his two allotments, every month I will tell you: what to grow here, now; what to eat here, now; and a few nice simple recipes with all this lovely seasonal food.
Plus some of my own particular opinions on nutrition! See http://thoughtforfood-aw.blogspot.com.