Saturday, 27 July 2013

Beautiful Brassicas



At this time of year you can almost see the flower heads of the calabrese plants swelling as you watch them. This particular specimen made the journey from garden to dinner plate yesterday evening. It's compadres, (I planted out two dozen plants from the seed tray), should provide some sustenance for yours truly over the next three to four weeks even if there is no side-shoot formation. The books say that the florets freeze well but my experience is that they loose their crispness when you defrost them.


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