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The local farmer lets me collect Bramleys - so far I've made 4 gallons of wine and 2 Apple and almond Cobblers; delish
Some people put an old piece of carpet on top to stop the rain and keep the heat in as heat rises so you don't want to lose it.
I'm getting a cookbook with 1000 recipes for slow cookers, so I shall have fun experimenting.
I agree; overcooked fish would be horrid.
Rhubarb and Custard; animation from about1974
DW (I can't call you dimwit!) that is very pretty. I have never had mites eat Delphs, but snails can.
As long as you won't be planting potatoes or tomatoes anywhere near there for the next year or two. Other opinions may be different.
I would plant garlic cloves straight into the ground also. They don't need mollycoddling.
Overlapping boards (featherboards?) are the norm. The piece of timber touching the ground that is sturdy and horizontal is call gravel board, it is what I made my raised veg bed from. I used concrete gravel boards and posts for longevity on my fence.