Tag Archives: spring onions

Allotment Adventures: Achievement

We didn’t spend much time at the plot this weekend, I collected tomatoes on Wednesday and we had leeks, kale, tomatoes, summer squash and some spring onions and carrots at the at the weekend but we were only on the … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Gluts

This week’s glut is plums. Last week, I went to do the watering and came home with produce, after washing and de-stoning and getting rid of any with creatures, I had 2.3kgs of plums. We’re not doing badly with cucumbers … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Cut your losses

This was the week I decided that it was ok to stop doing something if it wasn’t doing well. That thing was the boston squash. I had put what I thought was 2 baby blue hubbards in the box to … Continue reading

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Cous Cous

Over the last couple of weeks, there has been a big bowl of cous cous in the fridge, I eat it for lunch and dinner. There isn’t really a recipe for it but I cook the cous cous with chick … Continue reading

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Eternal spring onions. I can’t claim any credit for this one. It comes from Back to Her Roots. Cut them, put the bottoms in water and they just keep growing. Having them on the side ensures that I use them … Continue reading

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