Plum jam, thanks to my mum for the 2kg of plums that were used in the making of these! And thanks to my wife for labelling them!
French-style?? Yeah, not enough pectin!
Peppers galore!!! Glad it hasn’t been too hot while we have been away! Needed. Good water but good to see some fruit on them now! Sweet peppers and chillies!
Well the sweetcorn lasted all of 10mins in the house before it was demolished! Can’t even describe how beautiful these tasted! Nice bag of goodies to bring home too!
Peppers and basil coming along!
Think they are a bit late and some are in need of potting up… There is also a slug or snail in here who is starting to have a munch but can I find him!?!?!
Nice cucumber! Half of it made it back for lunch! Peeled and stored the onions, left them hanging in the greenhouse to continue to dry out before bringing them home! Lots had white rot this year (again) but still got some! Thankfully shallots seem to be immune to the white rot!
A couple of courgettes, and some beetroot. Spotted another cauliflower starting to split so picked that too! Handful of french beans and broadbeans for lunch too!
Picked a couple of cobs a but early! Another week and they will be perfect! (Still tasted ok!)
Made some mini frittatas with the produce for lunch! Very nice!
Picked some of the gooseberries from the allotment as the birds had started helping themselves, so I figured they must be ripe! This is what the lovely Mrs Cola made for pudding today!
Gooseberry fool! The king of all fools!
This was a recipe from Jamie Oliver… Would definatley have it again!
The best way to eat the first allotment cauliflower! In an awesome Wattana and Flower curry! Thanks Prashad! Took some down the allotment today, but felt a bit bad like it was showing bacon to pigs!