Enjoy the potatoes however you decide to cook them. If some seem too small to cook, try cleaning them and then frying them sometimes they cook up this way to be a real tasty treat.
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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.
Saturday, 24 August 2013
A Cooking Tip for New Home Grown Potato Growers.
When you have harvested your potatoes and are planning to put some away to store them remember to label them up. There is a good reason for this. If you do not keep the potato varieties labelled and store them separately you may find yourself cooking up a mixed lot of floury and waxy type potatoes. the cooking times for different potatoes varies. If you mix them up when you cook them you may find some have fallen apart in the pan while others need cooking for longer.