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Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 22:06

Ok my OH says its "yogurt" I say "yoghurt" can someone settle this argument but please say Im right

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 21:56

Kate my Indian Yoghurt sauce

Greek yoghurt..sugar..mint sauce..chilli powder..

I don't do measurements but roughly for half a pint of yoghurt Id use 2tsp of mint sauce, 2,3 tsp sugar, half tsp of chilli powder

The sauce should be quite sweet with a kick off the mint and slight heat off the chilli. Its slightly different every time, its best made at least two hours before you use it and much better the next day. Its actually the sauce you get with a starter in an Indian restaurant (I changed it to greek yoghurt Im sure they would use a natural yoghurt) I asked a waitress once what it was made up of. It would come either red or yellow I dont bother with the food colouring

Jenny

 

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 19:18

Lottie you know exactly where I'm coming from then.. boys!

Jean I actually like cats just not in my garden.

Geoff your photos are excellent very impressive

Gary your strawberries look just like mine but mine are called tesco

Dean that was so jammy getting a Summer house!! We have one and love it. Sunday morning breakfast and reading the paper. We bought reclining chairs to have a wee sleep tooheaven

Kate I have a lovely indian yoghurt recipe if you want it, its lovely with salad, cold ham, obviously Indian food etc

 

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 14:10

Yes Geoff working this morning will be working mornings and evenings very soon, all the family will be up for the season. My mum and dad don't do too well in the winter months either its being stuck indoors I suppose. I'll look forward to your photos.

Is so cold here I think Ill have to go and get some coal in and get the fire on!

Plant ID... is it a wee?

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 13:35

It could be a herbaceous sweetpea , Lathyrus?

What is it

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 13:22

I have the yellow ball courgette this year I was told to pick it at tennis ball size. Mine is doing very well. Id do as MuddyFork has suggested and try one

Fork Handles

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 13:13

Jean I think its cats too

Lottie do you have boys ?

Flo I hear about this retiring business and here that your busier than ever!?

Pouring rain and 12c but looking back at this week last year it was exactly the same

Something is eating my lavender

Posted: 30/07/2012 at 07:13

I will ask mum what the rodent is called. Mum and dad are in an house in and about a farm about 14 houses altogether and although they love gardening its a lot of work especially with grass cutting. A few days of heat and rain and it can be 20 grass boxes full. I quietly hope they will come home one day but certainly not for now. By the way I hope someone helps you with your query ha ha Ive not been any help

Front garden From scratch

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 23:26

very exciting I'll be back to look at the progress

Fork Handles

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 23:20

My boys wont let me on facebook I think its because I might read their mush.. little do they realise my OH reads it for me ha ha. I dont need facebook anyway not when Ive got you lot to chat to

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