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#savewithjamie top tip - get to know your local butcher and green grocer, they will look after you and do you some good deals on fresh produceby danny
#savewithjamie top tip - get to know your local butcher and green grocer, they will look after you and do you some good deals
On reflection #jamiemagselfieby jim
On reflection #jamiemagselfie
Look what has grown in my back garden in Essex !! Cucamelons  these are big crowd pleasers let me tell you about them ( I may bore you !!) these are Mexican Sour Gherkins.Looking like little watermelons The Mexican Sour Gherkin is an heirloom variety native to Mexico and Central America, where it’s known as sandita (little watermelon). The fruit is bright and tangy on the tongue, like cucumber with a twist of lime. Mexican Sour Gherkins have been around since pre-Columbian times, but were not brought into botanical classification until the mid-1800s. Despite being a member of the Cucurbitaceae family, they’re only distantly related to the cucumber and will not cross with other cucumber varieties. They’re also the most cold-tolerant of all cukes, and will continue to fruit until the first frost so I’m hoping to sow a second crop for winter harvesting Growing from teeny tiny blossoms, they never get more than an inch or so long there Cute, crunchy, perfect for pickling so that's the end of this weeks gardening story happy days love #jamieoliverby jamie
Look what has grown in my back garden in Essex !! Cucamelons these are big crowd pleasers let me tell you about them ( I may
Cowboy Summer Fruit Pie inspired by memories of Wyoming USA v yummy I did a few different apples wild blackberries and raspberries and vanilla what's your favourite pie filling ????? big love guys #jamieoliver have a wicked weekend people x x x xby jamie
Cowboy Summer Fruit Pie inspired by memories of Wyoming USA v yummy I did a few different apples wild blackberries and raspbe
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