A traditional Canadian recipe, perfect for making use of those green tomatoes still in the garden or greenhouse which are never going to ripen once you get into October.
What to do in the vegetable garden in September.
Our Local Food Map project, updates on Incredible Edibles in Reeth, local recipes and the importance of even tiny patches of wildflowers.
A traditional creamy lemon dessert which can be made in advance, only requires three ingredients and takes about ten minutes to make.
Update on the building of a new biodiversity pond.
To coincide with our Reeth community plot getting up and running, this is the first of a series of monthly blog posts covering what seasonal produce to plant, and how to maintain your vegetable garden through the year.
My grandmother’s aunt Emma (Wilson) ran the bakery in Reeth in the 1940s and 50s. Here is one of our favourites that she made in the shop!
What we’ve been up to during ‘lockdown’ – Incredible Edible in Reeeth; lots of local recipes.
The community veg plot at Reeth has lots of lovely produce ready to pick and eat.
We knew that summer had arrived in our family when we had the first summer pudding of the year