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Garden

Firstly two from the infamous Mike Lieberman, who wrote a post for us last year on how he is using left over coffee grounds to stop some of his potted plants going yellow, a problem that several of...
I enjoyed following the series on the Ready Made blog about going a week without various environmental harms. They've previously done plastic and this week, attention was turned to processed...
I'm definite in saying that broccoli is my favourite vegetable in the world-steamed, with butter, in a soup...all awesome! We're growing some at home and whilst it doesn't look quite like...
We're a little sceptical on quite how truthful some of these tips and uses are, but according to 'Natural home' magazine, used coffee and tea dregs can be used for a whole host of...
Like many children, I was bought up to hate Brussel Sprouts. Mum never cooked them and I never had anything to do at them at all, except when I admired their appearance ( a bit like mini-cabbages) at...
Ingredients 6-8 large pears 2 vanilla beans, split and scraped 1.5 cups sugar (add more to taste) 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon (optional) Juice of 1 lemon 3 clean sterillised jars and lids Method Core...
A garden! I have visions of peaches, fresh lemons, lobelia in shady corners. Our garden – we can sit outside and sip cider under our tree in summer, and swing in our hammock in the mid-morning...
I found this recipe originally here, but i made a few changes as I found it a bit too high in sugar and fat. So this is my revised edition. I made it for my rather conservative parents and they...
Here a few recipes for different sauces and dressings that are full of flavour and easy to make. Pesto Add to soups, pasta, salads or sandwiches. For a vegan version just leave out the cheese. 1...
This recipe was inspired by the recipe Erica from Addicted to Handmade shared on her blog a little while back. I didn’t have the same ingredients that she did, but it was a great launching off...