Brush nectarine or peach halves with a blend of honey and lime juice and simply grill until slightly softened and golden. Then top them with a generous spoonful of honeycomb for a dish which is fabulous with ham or grilled meats Or……………….. add some cream and you have a luscious dessert! HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
I live in the Dartmoor National Park; a 368 square mile area of moorland, which is rich in myth, folklore, legend, and stories connected with elves and pixies. These tales have been handed down from remote forebears who firmly believed that the forests surrounding their villages were filled with magical creatures such as fairies, elves. … Continue reading
A neighbour drops by for the first time and exclaims, “Oh, your garden is like a series of little rooms”! I like that idea; I like it a lot. My garden, like many others, has evolved and grown over time. A small walled garden surrounds my house and when that became full of Cottage Garden flowers, with … Continue reading
Let’s have some fun every week on Fabulous Friday and get together to celebrate something seasonal and special. This week, a chic, new, bijou residence with flowers around the door and a view over Dartmoor tells me that spring is just around the corner! Happy Weekend!
I am back in the garden, turning the soil, getting close to the silty, stony, heavy, wet scent of the water-logged soil after months of rain. And the sky clears and the warmth of the sun tries to ease my straining back as I try to turn ground which really would be better left alone. … Continue reading
Just like a squirrel that wakes up to gigantic pile of cobnuts, I find myself with an unexpected bounty of positive messages on sweetbabyveg.com and I am full of wonderment at this unexpected good fortune. Just as the squirrel would move each single nut with loving care to a safe hiding place, I too have … Continue reading
Evocative, romantic and poetic, the amazing diversity of named varieties in the Kitchen Garden, Orchard and Landscape, bring life and colour to our world and make our locality unique. In Devon and Cornwall apples such as: Cornish Gilliflower, Pig’s Nose, Snell’s Glass Apple and Queenie are all special varieties which suit our mild wet climate. … Continue reading