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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

Something for the weekend?

Published by Jamie's Gardener | May 3, 2013 | In Blogs, Fifteen, Gardening, Ingredients | 1 Comment »
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As regular visitors to this site will know, Fifteen has just reopened its doors after a complete refurbishment and has a new head chef, Jon Rotherham, at the helm. Excitingly, the menu will change on a daily basis. Equally excitingly,

Asparagus – gorgeous but not here for long!

Published by Ren Behan | April 24, 2013 | In Seasonal cooking, Blogs, Gardening, Guest blogs, Ingredients, Recipes, Ren's blog | 887 Comments »
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By Ren Behan St George’s Day officially marks the start of the British asparagus season. The season is short, usually just eight weeks long, during which British growers guarantee some of the freshest asparagus around. In some cases, particularly in

Food for foragers – the wild garlic story

Published by Ren Behan | April 22, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening, Guest blogs, Ren's blog | 532 Comments »
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By Ren Behan Wild garlic might sound like a rare ingredient only used in posh restaurants, but it’s actually one of the most commonly foraged edible leaves and it can be found growing in abundance, in the woodlands, at this

Mind the gap (part 3) – Grasp the nettle

Published by Jamie's Gardener | April 18, 2013 | In Blogs, Gardening | 11 Comments »
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This peculiar phrase, which recommends tackling problems decisively, arises from the belief that nettles will not sting if they are seized firmly and swiftly. This presses their stinging hairs flat, it is true, but you still have to let go

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