Tag Archives: peaches

21 September 2011

We’re back to two – very strange after a summer with C around. It’s an odd time: just graduated, absolutely no idea of where to go next. But it was made even odder by her being here, for months, in … Continue reading

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Peach chutney

In my on-going battle to use up our glut of peaches, I’ve been experimenting with chutney. It’s a new departure but, it seems, a tasty one. I kept it far simpler than my very complicated green tomato chutney: just fruit … Continue reading

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Peach jam

2011 will go down as the year of the peach. I’m not sure whether this is because we’ve simply had ideal peach conditions. Or whether it’s due to the fact that I bothered to spray my peach trees at appropriate … Continue reading

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8 September 2011

I should go back to my old gardens more often. And perhaps more pre-arranged. I was on the coast near Tarquinia yesterday, and took a trip up to town to see the garden I did there some years ago. I … Continue reading

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