Monthly Archives: December 2010

Harvest: Warm Potato Salad

After Christina pulled some of our Kipfler potatoes out during our December garden craft session, I was really keen to use them!  I was secretly thinking of them the whole time I was at taketina. I washed them and rubbed … Continue reading

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December Garden Craft Session

Another EXTREMELY late post.  I’ll adjust the date later; this session was 11 December 2010. Another month, and another wonderful session with Christina.  As usual she started out by going around the garden and seeing that was happening and what … Continue reading

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Lady Birds to the Rescue!

My dill was under attack by aphids.  Christina said to squish the aphids, which I started doing.  But then I saw several of these amongst the dill and corriander: And like magic the aphids are disappearing my forest of dill seems … Continue reading

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Harvest: Beetroot Ravioli

Christina seemed surprised when I mentioned it, but our Detroit Red beetroots are certainly a healthy size for harvesting: But obviously they are! And have successfully been turned into a filling for (not very attractive but tasty) ravioli: The other … Continue reading

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Our Garden Guru’s Garden

Originally the 4th of December was going to be a day (or morning at least) of visiting FiMBY gardens.  People were going to come to our garden, then we were all going to another FiMBY client’s garden, then we were … Continue reading

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