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  • Cheese and onion pie


    Never be without a meal, this Cheese and onion pie cost around £1.75 to make and will feed 4

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  • Planting Bare Root Fruit Trees


    Selling trees with bare roots – that is, roots with little or no soil on them – has revolutionised the fruit industry and made it easy for people ...

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  • An hour in the garden 7


    Listen to “Hour in the garden 7” on Spreaker. This week we look at wellies! Hardwood cuttings, digging out ferns and miscanthus, working on hedges, pruning hebe and ...

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  • Onion Soup


    Serves 4 Knob of butter 1 tbsp oil 3 large onion, very thinly sliced 1-2 cloves garlic, chopped 1/2 tsp dried thyme or 1 tsp fresh leaves 1 ...

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  • Recipe of the day – Tea Loaves


    These are gorgeous with a little butter and they make good Christmas pressies. Listen to “Recipe of the day Tea loaves” on Spreaker. For the All Bran loaf ...

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  • Spicy pumpkin chutney

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    This spicy pumpkin chutney is really gorgeous, and simple to make. Listen to “Pumpkin chutney” on Spreaker.

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  • Pork in cider with chorizo, mild chillies and windfall apples

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    This is a wonderful dish, based on Basque cooking, where the basic colours are red, green and white. A really tasty dish, one you will never forget – ...

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  • Mildew


    Mildew is a fungal disease which occurs in damp conditions, sometimes decimating a crop almost overnight, and is one of those things where prevention is better than cure. ...

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  • Frugal fridge luncheon


    Frugal meals doesn't mean poor quality food. Sometimes you have to make the best of what you can find.

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  • Stollen

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    Stollen is a bread with marzipan and fruit - really gorgeous!

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  • Tartare sauce


    Tartare sauce is the very thing for fish and is brilliant made fresh. The name goes back to Genghis Kahn who was the leader of the Tartar hordes. ...

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  • Raising the burger to gourmet heights


    Raising the burger to gourmet heights A comedian recently proclaimed on the television that you don’t find young American couples ‘going for an English’, to which someone retorted, ...

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  • Quick Marmalade


    Making a simple marmalade does not really need special oranges, you can use any you hae already, or buy some on special offer! You can make small batches ...

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  • Jalapeno Poppers

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    If you are looking for a jalapeño popper that looks like this, then sadly, this recipe is not for you. If, however, you are a popper purist ...

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  • What to do with pots of crops in the garden in the hot weather


    Hot weather in the garden can be quite distracting for the gardener used to a constant deluge of rain. If, like me, you have a lot of plants ...

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  • Gravadlax


    it is cured salmon and the resulting food is eaten as finger food or with black bread.

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  • Precycle


    Don't simply buy stuff even if you recycle the bottle or container. Make it yourself. This is a trip around the supermarket showing you how to make stuff ...

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  • Carpet in flooded houses


    The best thing to do with wet carpet from a flood is to simply throw it out.

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  • Lettuce as a medicinal herb


    We all recognise the lettuce, it is such a common sight in our homes. It seems to be eaten by so many people without any real effect, apart ...

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  • Cheese Notes


    These are the notes we used at The WI College in Denman whenever we did a cheese making course. They were always very popular and great fun. There ...

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  • Blight potatoes


    Blight gains a hold of crops in warm moist conditions – typically on a hot day following a shower of rain, and once established it’s very difficult to ...

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  • Hot beef sausage


    There are all kinds of variations you can do for this sausage. Try replacing the horseradish with a teaspoon of English Mustard, or a half a teaspoon of ...

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  • Making Mozzarella

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    Making Mozzarella is simple enough really, and even if your product is not quite right (see video) it will be brilliant to eat.

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  • Goat Cheese and Chorizo Rolls

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    You know how bacon is all the rage these days? Bacon dipped in chocolate, bacon topped donuts, bacon beurre blanc and so and so. For me, it’s all ...

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  • Growing and using Lavender


    It has been a long-standing ingredient in the perfume industry and has probably been one of the most widely used fragrances, apart from rose that is.   Lavender ...

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  • Today in the garden: August blues


    Today in the garden is a blog on growing vegetables and gardening.

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  • Small brown chillies - good and hot!

    Chillies keep on giving, really worth growing them


    Chillies keep on giving. Been away for a week only to come back to find the chillies ripening nicely, but where there has been harvest, replacements have appeared. ...

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  • Grow aubergine


    Gaining in popularity, aubergines no longer need to be soaked to stop them from being bitter. Here's how to grow them.

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