Stinging nettles are a godsend in April, when supplies of last season’s veggies are running low and next season’s veggies are not quite ready. Continue reading “Wild Nettle Houmous”
I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled during my early morning runs in the park. Continue reading “Dawn Raider”
Our garden is full of primroses this year. We had none at all when we first moved here, but a couple of years ago, mum kindly let us take a few clumps of primroses that had self-seeded on her lawn, and they have since multiplied in our own back garden.
I love primroses. Their delicate yellow or pink flowers belie their hardy, vigorous nature and they can bloom for weeks on end.
I only recently made the discovery, however, that primroses are edible. Both the leaves and the flowers can be eaten, so a little culinary experimentation might be on the cards this coming Easter weekend.
I’ll keep you posted…