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Chicory, radicchio and endive – it’s okay to be bitter

Published by Jamie's Gardener | September 19, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening | Comments Off
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The British palette lags a bit behind the Italian in the appreciation of bitter flavours but it’s getting better. Allow me to explain…

Pomegranate – a seedy customer

Published by Jamie's Gardener | September 5, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening, Meat-free | 1 Comment »
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It is with great pride that I announce that the small pomegranate tree, which lives in a big pot in the polytunnel, has set its first fruit.

Spring delights – NZ style

Published by People We Love | September 4, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening, Guest blogs, Recipes | Comments Off
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There is always a month or so of waiting and anticipation once the winter produce draws to an end and spring is about to start…

Broadly speaking

Published by Jamie's Gardener | July 17, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening | 1 Comment »
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Summer is definitely here, and the broad bean harvest is in full swing.

Jamie at the Chelsea Flower Show

Published by Jim Tanfield | May 28, 2013 | In Blogs, Editor's blog, Events, Gardening | Comments Off
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Jamie joined hordes of gardening and design fans at the 2013 Royal Chelsea Flower Show. One of the gardens – for Gaze Burvill garden furniture designers – included Jamie’s Wood Fired Oven and he took time out to cook some

Agretti: an unusual and underrated crop

Published by Jamie's Gardener | May 20, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening | 9 Comments »
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Apologies for the silence of late but May’s the first of the really mad months – so much to sow and so many emerging weeds to keep in check. Why on earth I have an allotment on top of the

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