The currants I had frozen down to save for Christmas got defrosted by mistake, so they ended up being cooked up into a compote and eaten with porridge and toast and not used as a dessert as I had planned.
The carrots from the raised beds are doing well, and we cooked up some for a dinner party they were really tasty. The meal also included chestnut stuffing, made by a quick method of adding a vacuum packed pack of chestnuts (half a pack chopped up finely) to a standard pack of sage and onion stuffing.
the roast potatoes cooked up well, fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
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Growing Your Own Fruit and Vegetables
We grow our own fruit and vegetables for our meals for as much of the year as we can. Without a greenhouse we have to buy shop food in the winter months but in the spring, summer and autumn we often have enough to share with family and friends.
Read about growing your fruit and vegetables here on my growing your own food pages.