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Following your comments Sandy I think I will skip any future attempt to survive watching Alien: Covenant. I had a similar disaster watching The Mummy starring Mr Cruise, could have been so good but it turned into just another "Zombie" movie before paving the way for the follow up film, whi...
Is anyone out there in possession of a good rhubarb wine recipe??
If you are, could you pass it on? If it is Grandma's secret recipe, PM it to me and I promise not to tell your Grandma that you have shared a family treasure
We use various things to control insects etc. Here are few: Soap Spray - for mites, aphids, whiteflies, most beetles and other leaf eaters - mix a small amount of washing up liquid with water and spray all the infected areas early morning or late evening, never when it is hot and sunny. It coats the...
How is Max getting on, Trev? Sorry for taking so long to reply Gwenoakes. You would not know there was anything wrong with him unless you knew him! He bounces around for his morning walk (a much shorter one now though) then on returning he happily digs his hole deeper and wider before curling up in...
Try asking in Food & Drink for wine recipes. Not everyone reads every thread (though there are less of them than a few years ago) I know there are wine-makers. P.pen? Thanks Mo I will as we are pulling rhubarb constantly at present. Brief summary of things so far......last lot of peas to be pic...
Finally we are picking raspberries and they taste lovely, more gooseberries picked again as my scratched arms will testify to, also pulled and podded our first batch of peas today best lot we have had for a couple of years, courgettes plentiful as are the many varieties of lettuce we have planted. V...
Conjures up some amusing pictures Bob!! But, maybe I just have a warped sense of humour!!
Chickens love frog taddies, NoM! my girls cleared a pond, and ate most of the adults too We had a right shock last year when we first started keeping chickens...we saw one had caught a frog in the garden and was quite happily eating it! So much for chickens being cute feathery and loveable! Illusio...
P.S. My peas have grown twice the height this year as well Trev. Looking forward to picking them although they don't usually make it to the kitchen as they get eaten straight away (by us and the chooks). So I to am looking forward to a nice crop. It is a constant battle to keep our chickens off the...
Pulled another load of rhubarb today but the stems are beginning to grow rather slim so cleared the soil from around the crowns again to see if that will help. Strange thing though our peas have grown to twice the height as last year lots of pods though so fingers crossed for a bumper crop as nothin...
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