It always surprises me how much the colour of something can be affected by its surroundings or the colours it’s placed next to or by the light.
Spring is the best time to make Stinging Nettle Scones because you need to use young, tender leaves and not the tough stringy plants of late summer. Did you know that nettles are so fibrous that they can be used to make fabric? That’s why you need young plants for these scones.
Spring has arrived. The violets and primroses are in flower, tiny buds are forming on the hedgerows and the fields are drying out. Best of all, today the sun is… Read more Keep What You Love →
We have snow. And a chilling wind that makes it feel like -11C. The sort of day that you tuck your shirt into your knickers so there’s no gaps for… Read more Snowy flashpost →
February can seem so dull, lacking the newness of the year in January or the spring joyfulness of March. The fields and the garden are too wet to work, there… Read more The greyness (or otherwise) of February →
How many times do you read something and wonder why you didn’t know that before? It happens to me all the time. Sadly, when I share these revelations with my… Read more Why didn’t I know that? →