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Brussels Sprouts

The strong winds we had last week have put our staking skills to the test. The Brussels have been the worst hit. We’ve been working hard to get them standing tall again, as it could easily cause a domino effect!

Fay & Sarah.

Gravetye Manor

Chicory

We’ve been growing chicory for Head Chef George ready for Christmas.

The process starts in the kitchen garden, where its grown for several months in beds. 160 more words

Fennel

We’ve now taken our last crop of tomatoes to the kitchen. Nothing is wasted, so off went a couple of trays of green tomatoes for Chef. 63 more words

Butternut Squash and Pumpkin

Here is this years crop of butternut squash and pumpkin.

‘Crown Prince’ is our favourite pumpkin. It produces an excellent flavour, but as we found out you do need to wait till their skin turns blue, this is a sign they are fully ripe. 65 more words

Gardening

Meet the Veggieman

Have you ever come home from work to find a box by your front door? Maybe it’s the new pair of shoes your ordered or, perhaps less exciting, it’s a replacement piece for the dishwasher? 256 more words

Local

Poppy Goes Blackberrying

It’s that time of year again! The hedgerows groan under the weight of the trailing, blackberry laden brambles while higher in the branches you will find both elderberry and sloe. 424 more words

The Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden - The Thursday group @ M16 Artspace

28 July – 14 August 2016

This exhibition is of work done by a group of around 20 artists led by Jenny Manning’ This set focus on food largely in its natural forms. 64 more words

Art