Author Archives: Sarah
To help with the planning of your weekly shop we’ve put together a list of veg that should be in your share from now until Christmas.
Pink Fir Apple is a heritage variety that is maintained by Jamieson Brothers. The tubers are long and knobbly and are best eaten in their skins on or served as individual chunky chips. Even when they have been stored they … Continue reading
As a bit of an experiment we are extending the season for veg shares until the end of March. There are only 25 spaces as our polytunnel space is limited.
In this weeks share we have Borlotti Beans. Many of you ask what to do with the more unusual items in the share so here are a few suggestions and ways to prepare….
Many of our members having been asking what should be sown now to provide for winter crops. Here’s a long list of what’s good to sow up til early September. Please click here to view
This is a good recipe to persuade children of the virtues of vegetables. Children seem to love it!
Last Saturday the 13th August was a bumper harvest, both for the size of the vegetable share and for the number of helpers who turned out to pick the vegetables.
Did you realise that you can get a craving for roasted courgettes? If it ever happens to you, you’ll need to obtain some very fresh courgettes from wherever you can. Thankfully, this problem is easily resolvable for FLF share schemers.
We’ve had beetroot in our share since we started 5 weeks ago. I’ve juiced it, roasted it, boiled it, cooked it in a chocolate cake but never have I thought to just grate it raw in a salad…