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From Plot to Plate

Yesterday we realised that one of our cauliflowers was ready to eat. Today we cut it – Cauliflower Cheese for supper.

In the ground

Washed and in Mr S’s hands

Cooked and covered with cheese sauce

Crispy, mustardy, cheesy topping



Bloom, Flapjack and Supper

Some of our Libertia  Grandiflora has self seeded and the white blooms look lovely against our Acer, a present from our children for our Ruby Wedding 14 years ago.

We had lots of blueberries so I looked for a recipe and found Blueberry and Macadamia nuts Flapjack. No macadamia nuts (I don’t like them) but lots of almonds so those are what I used. It is very tasty and softer than many flapjacks.

A huge and beautiful Cornish cauliflower was delivered by our brilliant local greengrocers so Caulifower Cheese with crispy bacon was our supper tonight with plenty left over to roast, make soup and turn into ‘rice.’


Posted by on May 7, 2021 in Food, Photography, Uncategorized


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Bee, Spider and A Simple Supper

The edible garden is always buzzing with bees. They love the Nasturtiums and the Borage flowers.

Bee on the Borage

Bee on the Borage

2   There was a spider busily making a web between the Nasturtium leaves.

Spider, making a web

Spider, making a web

3   We bought an enormous cauliflower the other day from The Old Market in Chacewater and tonight had Cauliflower Cheese with Borage Flowers and salad for supper.

Cauliflower Cheese

Cauliflower Cheese



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