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Girasole


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Posted: 29/12/2012 at 16:23

Hello jackie frost, I tend to chop them finely (removing the seeds) and add them to the onions when they are cooking. After that I add the mince (usually browned in a separate pan to remove the liquid!)

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 19:00

Shall love and leave you peeps - thank you for your very nice welcome - need to get some food on the table.....byeeee

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 18:57

Well...I have tried to change my profile and there seems to be a problem. Thinking about it perhaps the Help Desk has a full in-box so hopefully I shall remember some time next week to persevere!

Hello Jo from West Manchester 

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 18:44

Could sks please check to see if my profile still says Cambridgeshire South or now says Cambridge?

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 18:38

Sasha from Cambridge here and not Cambridgeshire South! Nice to meet you Glynis .Am just trying to work out how I change my profile! Back soonest

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 18:23

Panto dame, thank you for the welcome.....I have been meaning to come in for weeks but never seemed to get round to it .

I think reading my friend's Gardeners' World inspired me so here I am. I have treated myself to a subscription for next year and hoping it will arrive soonest.

Where are most of you based? Not being nosey....just interested .

 

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Posted: 28/12/2012 at 18:12

New Year fizz....I loved Firl wo played with fire....took me a little while to work out what it was! Only teasing....

Weather here in Cambridgeshire pretty disgusting at the moment....haven't we had enough rain for quite a while?

Am itching to get out into the garden but don't fancy bringing half of it back to the house with me! All being well round here Sunday should be reasonable. Hope it is the same for all of you, too

How does one go about suggesting smilies? Something to do with spring, bunnies, easter eggs?

Very overgrown blackberry

Posted: 05/09/2012 at 15:37

I hope I am not repeating myself as I thought I had already sent a reply - bear with!

Thank you for your replies Maud is in the garden and Mummy Muddy Paws - by the way I love both of your names! I shall take your advice and once the last fruits have ripened I shall be having a good session of dealing with the brute 

 

 

 

Very overgrown blackberry

Posted: 05/09/2012 at 07:35

We have inherited a very overgrown blackberry at the bottom of the garden. Yesterday I gave it a thorough 'short back and sides' and exposed more healthy unripe fruit but feel it would benefit from a good prune. When does one do this and how much can one cut/hack it back?

Composter advice

Posted: 05/09/2012 at 07:27

Many thanks for your replies, kate1123 and figrat. You have given me some very good suggestions. By the way I love the idea of giving the bins a hefty kick - it sounds very therapeutic 

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