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February Newsletter: In the garden

It is always fun to try new plants.  Often they can turn out to be a bit disappointing but through persistence you always, eventually, come across a gem. 145 more words

Gravetye

This week we have planted our excess rhubarb crowns in the peach house. They are planted in a trench with the crowns just below the surface. 46 more words

Gravetye

Making an Impression

The Kimbell Art Museum recently purchased Alfred Sisley’s The Kitchen Garden, an early impressionist landscaped painted in 1872.

“More than any other work in the museum, Kitchen Garden reflects the impressionists’ fascination for bright chromatic painting,” said Lee. 250 more words

Displaced

I’m currently in the very lucky position of making home improvements. It’s great. I have waited 9½ years for this. When all the work is done, it will be wonderful to have a fully functioning kitchen and easy access to the kitchen garden. 308 more words

In The Studio

The Kitchens Garden

Sometimes we forget that the Kitchen Gardens are just as vibrant and busy as the Kitchen’s Garden Farm with all its animals.  Here I have big vegetable gardens and just as big is the flower garden.   490 more words

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French Onion Soup

I am uninspired at the moment, I don’t know why as I love Autumn with cool weather and warm comforting food….but I am without other’s to cook for during the week, just me and often (as I am tonight), I sit here with a glass of wine, some cheese and crackers and watch TV…… not inspirational at all. 498 more words

The Kitchen Garden

Potato Dauphinois

Guillaume’s decadent potato dauphinois is a creamy and luxurious cheesy delight. A special occasion dish to make for the one’s you love as the weather cools down and the nights close in. 346 more words

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