Autumn tidy-up

Wasn’t this blog supposed to have been about eating seasonally, eating from the garden, at least in part? That seems to have slipped off the radar a little of late, as we slide towards winter & the garden becomes less & less productive. Pulled out the tomatoes and last two courgette plants on the weekend, along with the last couple of gone-to-seed lettuces. Silver beet & carrots still holding their own, though the masses of silver beet that had me producing spanakopita on a regular basis last year haven’t been a feature this year. Leeks still look like chives, and only one of the cauliflowers I put in, oh, months ago, has even begun to heart up. There’ll be less & less from the garden in the months ahead, sadly, but at least there’ll continue to be fresh herbs. Parsley, sage, rosemary & thyme, oddly enough.

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