Monthly Archives: September 2014

Catalysis – my new blog

I have started a new blog called ‘catalysis’ which is about looking positively towards the future and can be found here.

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With kindness and care

We are at the end of summer, heading in to autumn and it feels a bit in-between-ish in the garden today.  Too early to harvest my perennial root vegetables, too soon to do much tidying up (not that I ever … Continue reading

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This year’s batch of blackberry chilli syrup

The blackberry chilli syrup I made last October was so good – mellow and fruity with a bit of a kick – that I just had to make another batch for the forthcoming year.   We have been using it … Continue reading

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September reflections

I asked my partner what she liked best about the garden.  Her reply – she likes the “general unpredictability” of it – how there is often a harvest of the unexpected arriving in the kitchen.  She also likes the way … Continue reading

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