Farnborough Road Plot #14

Congratulations to Dave of Farnborough Road for best in show at the Farnham Allotment Show. His beans were long, straight and identical in length. Deserving winner in a hotly contested category. It was I think his first show – so, Dave, it can only be downhill from here on in ! Continue reading “Farnborough Road Plot #14”

Allotment Site Winners 2008

Congratulations to the winners of the 2008 Best Farnham Allotment award:

MORLEY ROADSITE No 6 Mr G.Kay

SIX BELLS SITE No 24b Mr P.Croucher

FARNBOROUGH ROADSITE No 18 Mrs Page

SHEPHERD & FLOCK SITE No 3 Mr and Mrs Wheeler

WRECCLESHAM SITE No 18a Mr R.Green

WEST STREETSITE No 17a Mr and Mrs Woods

WEST STREETEXT SITE No 18 Mrs S.Fisher

ALDERLEY FARM SITE No 8a Mr and Mrs Peach

OVERALL BEST ALLOTMENT PLOT

WRECCLESHAM No 8a Mr R.Pullen

Autumn planting garlic and onion order

I do an annual autumn garlic/onion order every autumn from Edwin Tuckers and usually ask around the Six Bells plots and do a group order.

If anyone ones wants any onions/garlic who hasn’t already asked me please let me know. 

Tuckers catalogue can be found here:

http://www.tuckers-seeds.co.uk/

Cheers

GG

A summer Feast!

We’ve got family members coming over for dinner on friday night and rather than venture down to the supermarket and buy the veg from there, we thought it might be fun to use what produce we curently have to make a mouth-watering meal!

Here’s what I plan to make:

Potato and Pea Samosas, Onion Tarte, Mutter Paneer, and to finish – Rosy Rhubarb Syllabub Continue reading “A summer Feast!”

Second early spuds… Bombay Potatoes

Hi everyone, sorry it’s been a while since I posted a scrummy recipe on the site, but as many of the Shepherd & Flock allotment holders will know I’ve had a lot on my plate!

It’s always great to see spuds being dug up and I always think of what to do with them – have them freshly boiled with some mint, roast them with some garlic and rosemary… or our favourite is Bombay potatoes, so I thought I’d share the recipe with you… Continue reading “Second early spuds… Bombay Potatoes”