Chapter Two

September Chapter Two then. No pressure, I mean what do I actually write about, what do I actually show you now I've declared all that Chapter One to the world, hopefully excluding the neighbours, I mean that could be awkward. September is marching on, it's mostly wet, it's mostly warm, it's mostly heading in a …

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In time for Christmas – Chapter One

I’ve always thought our garden a lovely affair. It’s satisfyingly wild, has more than its fair share of brambles, annoys the neighbours to head popping proportions, produces random harvests of edible fare with little human intervention. This includes such delicious things as red flesh apples, pears, chives, fairy strawberries, the very occasional courgette & of …

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So Long GBBO, Thanks for the Memories

I'm genuinely sad The Great British Bake Off has finished now. It does irritate me sometimes & I don't think I'm alone in that, but at the end of the day there's a prolific love of baking oozing from this programme, which I personally love. You can't beat a lovely well executed home made Victoria Sponge …

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Bake me something with Apples

My story starts with apples & some very unexpected pears. I have in my garden a somewhat misshapen apple tree, variety unknown. Possibly, maybe Pink Sparkle? The apples it produces are very special, they have pink & red speckled flesh & every year, as Autumn approaches I get excessively excited at the prospect of their …

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