This week has been quite an exciting week because my lovely new fiance, Monika appeared on BBC Surrey’s Thursday Night Supper Club with the fantastic Nicky Patrick exploring Polish cuisine.Continue reading “Bigos with BBC Surrey”
Not so long ago, actually maybe toward the end of last year and the beginning of this year I decided to merge some beds together to get more growing space and add some edging to the borders. It was part of my first plan of trying to rejig things on the plot.
As usual with these sorts of attempts, I think I gained top marks for effort but fell down at the execution stage – although I am my own worst critic. Although I tried to keep everything straight, it just didn’t happen.
I would probably say I fell down at the execution stage because I am notorious for not measuring things out properly or not even using a guide or a measure at all – so it’s no real mystery.
I’ve defended my inadequacies by using lines like “It’s meant to be like that, it’s allotment chic.” or “I’m going for the rustic look.” The truth is, I didn’t use a tape measure.
Don’t be fooled by the following pictures, the beds are actually super wonky, these images were taken earlier on in 2018.
Once I completed a few beds, I never bothered to change them until I decided to start again…again.
It’s not very often that I’m called wise or that the name of my blog and the word wisdom are uttered in the same sentence, so today is something special.
Painshill Park is a place that is on my doorstep and one that I confess to not visiting as often as a I should. Painshill Park is located in Cobham, Surrey and is just just a short drive from where I live.
Continue reading “Exploring @Painshill Park, Surrey”
This is a really quick and tasty dish that came about before we went on holiday. If you’re looking to use up those random vegetables in the fridge, this is a great alternative to a soup.