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A holiday in the Horseradish 24th March 2022

Always early to arrive in the Food Garden at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG), fellow volunteer Neil was hard at work clearing the expanding forests of horseradish plants – just the tops, not digging down for their tasty roots. … Continue reading

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The gift of quinces part 1 of 2

I was chuffed and surprised and very pleased when a follower of this blog, who had followed earlier blogs such as http://www.walkingthederwent.com for years, made contact and offered me some of his crop of quinces. We had never met, and … Continue reading

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Bottling quinces

Quinces have always been a difficult fruit to use because they are tough to cut and prepare for use. So I have been particularly impressed with friend R’s harvest, preparation and then bottling process. A couple of weeks ago R … Continue reading

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