2019, Grow your own, kitchen garden, Veg Garden, Veg Garden Diary, Vegetables

Kitchen Garden Diary January: planning for the year ahead

Just after Christmas and the New Year in the depths of cold January, summer and the homegrown vegetables it brings feel like forever away. But now is actually the perfect time to start planning and preparing the ground for growing, especially if you’re starting from scratch, or like me expanding the range of crops and… Continue reading Kitchen Garden Diary January: planning for the year ahead

2018, Comfort food, Uncategorized, Veg Garden, Veg Garden Diary, Winter, Winter Food

December food: A look back at summer, and forward to winter

It’s a strange thought as we're here on the edge of Christmas, that only a few months ago our garden was full of tasty vegetables waiting to be picked and eaten. Now when I look out of the window it seems empty in comparison. The huge courgette plant that dominated our patio is long gone,… Continue reading December food: A look back at summer, and forward to winter

Ripening cherry tomatoes
Grow your own, How to, Sustainable, Uncategorized, Update, Veg Garden, Veg Garden Diary, Vegetables

September Kitchen Garden Diary

As the start of meteorological autumn, September heralds the beginning of the new season in all its golden glory, and as soon as my birthday is over (3rd September), I can’t help but start planning for Christmas! (However early that may seem…) But, looking out into my garden, the seasons seem to have a different… Continue reading September Kitchen Garden Diary

Courgette Plant
Courgette, Food, Food blog, Grow your own, Summer food, Sustainable, Uncategorized, Update, Veg Garden, Veg Garden Diary, Vegetables, Veggie

August Kitchen Garden Diary

We’re finally tucking into courgettes from the garden, I haven’t bought carrots since June, and I have more beetroots than I really know what to do with! There are also little cucumbers and tomatoes finally forming on the plants, and as our chilli seeds didn’t sprout in the end, we bought a couple of chilli… Continue reading August Kitchen Garden Diary