Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cherry Tomato Couscous bake

Due to my inability to get my head around succession planting and the fact that I’ve never produced more than a handful of cherry tomatoes in the past, I was a bit overwhelmed by all of these. Flipping back in … Continue reading

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Listen to the locals … or not

I’ve read that it’s a good idea to speak to the locals in the area to determine the conditions of your soil and what will grow in your area.  Good idea?  Makes sense?  Not always.  Since I’ve arrived here I’ve … Continue reading

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Fabridermy

In my never-ending quest to induce people to stop blasting away at our beautiful animals to make grotesque wall ornaments, I’m making these Made of African print cotton and stuffed with polyester batting, this item is washable and fits any … Continue reading

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