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Today at 12:12:19 by gazza1960
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So I did the fam a quick snack of Bacon on Toast with salad and a big Dollop of the Strawberry Sauce ...which may I add has improved 200% after 3 days in the fridge the flavours have really kicked in together .......recipe is in the list.....please try it.......if your a fruity sauce eater this really works well.................must make another batch.

With the Barby Lit I had some Goat Leg Steaks Butterflied and marinated in a yogurt sauce for 48 hours in the fridge the marinade certainly does its work...,while the Garden veggies steamed for 10 mins I put the steaks on the barby for about 3 to 5 mins depending on who wanted what cooked how.........have to say they were Bloody delightful,cooked and rested it was juicy and a soft texture to chew with a mild flavour.......bonus being that ..........

Goat meat is lower in fat than chicken, but higher in protein than beef. Goat meat outshines traditional meat sources in most areas: it's lower in calories, total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol. The low levels of saturated fat and cholesterol, combined with its high iron and protein content, make goat meat a good choice for anyone looking for a healthy red meat. It's a leaner, healthier choice when compared to equal serving sizes of chicken, beef and pork....

ok.i see that its not for everybody but if you are a meat eater its a no brainer to eat what is better for you........

and yes,i can pet Kid Goats all day long but am a realistic and a carnivore...........

finished off with Garden Fruits sprinkled with Cinnamon and Quark

But forget all of that as BEST picture of the day belongs to my Great Niece Stevie - Lou who was introduced to bubbles at the table......luvvd when the bubble popped on her nose.........cant buy the innocence of children sometimes.

anyway it was a fun day and today have to say I think the worst of the Horsefly saga is behind me...will keep popping the meds to make sure..........

anyway fam just left....................time for a ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Today at 11:56:15 by Tee Gee
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I planted this bush out in this location a few years ago so that each time I walked up the garden or on to the lawn I would brush against it and it would send up a smell to die for. Today when I passed it it was really "buzzing" as well as emanating its smell.

When I looked closer there were dozens of bumble bees and Butterflies on it, so nice to see I am doing my bit for the pollinators too!
Tee Gee
Today at 11:26:51 by Tee Gee
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I am having a trying time with the greenhouse I moved from my allotment this year.

It is located in the sunniest part of my garden (as you would) but with the exceptional 'sunny' weather this year trying to make it "less sunny" created a bit of a problem so I have added a few photos to show you how I went about it!
Today at 09:09:44 by caroline7758
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The leaves on one of my hardy fuchsias are going yellow/brown and dropping off. It is still flowering ok. Is this just drought or could it be a disease/pest?


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