Saturday, 31 July 2010

The Dish of Deliciousness

More bounteous delights from my little garden.

These are Swift, and are 'first earlies'. They taste lovely, but once again this year, not a lot of spuds per tuber. On the scale of 1K per tuber, we got about a kilo from 4. But, a much better yield than last year.

And when it comes down to it, we aren't trying to feed the 5000, just a couple of mouths. And when they look this good!!

I've got Charlotte to dig up soon and later on Maris Piper. Again, just a few tubers in a bag, so hopefully, a meal or 3 from them.

This is the choc/courgette mix about to go in the oven yesterday evening.

There MAY be a picture of it cooked! We had a slice with Hagen Daas Vanilla ice cream, for supper and it was D-lish. Bit like Brownies, only better. I think next time I will cook it as a tray bake and add walnuts to make it even more Brownie-like.

So, tatty bye from Fanny Craddock! Have a good W/E.

Z xx

PS. Charlotte is a 'make' of potato, not a body!

1 comment:

  1. Yummy!! That chocolate courgette cake looks scrummy!!!! JEALOUS!!!!
    Spuds looking great too!!
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend Zoe xxx
    Annie x