We thought we’d start a series of posts with breakfast recipes to set you up for a day on the allotment. Some of these you may even be able to cook at the plot (depending on your shed facilities). The recipes are quick and easy with oodles of flavour. The aim is to fill up […]Read more "Lemon and Coconut Porridge"
For the first time in a LONG time, we have time off work. Excited is an understatement. 4 days of doing things together which won’t get interrupted by randomly placed music lessons and emergency call outs to massage injured, aching muscles. You’d think that we would be relaxing spending quality time together… But, unfortunately for […]Read more "Good vibes on Good Friday"
Last week turned out to be one of those weeks. After scheduling hours in at the allotment for most of the week, we didn’t manage to get there once. Personally, I get really disheartened when this happens. You start to doubt whether you have enough time to manage. You see the plots around you slowly developing […]Read more "Sweet Peas and Potting On"
Last week was a busy week for all things garden based. However, Monday will forever be known as ‘The Day of the Polytunnel’. We had been waiting a while to order it as, although we needed one, we were unsure where to put it. The delivery came and Jon put it in storage for a […]Read more "The Polytunnel"
Lately, I have been craving a burger. Not in the sense that I have been craving meat (yuck!) but I have been longing for a slab of flavour in some tasty ciabatta bread. Before we became Vegan, sandwiches were very much on the menu. But now, we have a tendency to avoid them. I think this […]Read more "Beetroot, Sweet Potato & Black Bean Burgers"
Our first post about our first allotment… So, this feels like somewhat of a big deal. Now, where to begin…Read more "A Home from Home"