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Recipes

What to do with the seasonal harvests and how to preserve it. Add your recipe below.See More
Mar 21, 2009
Annette commented on Pete Russell's group Sharing on Waiheke
"Would love some snapper. I've got tomatoes, lettuce, aubergines, green capsicum and chilles. Also ginger beer. My number is 3238. Cheers"
Mar 20, 2009
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Mar 14, 2009
Annette commented on Pete Russell's group Sharing on Waiheke
"Anyone who would like some green serrano chilis, give me a call on 3238. These are great in guacamole and salsas, and are fiery hot"
Mar 11, 2009
Annette added a discussion to the group Recipes
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Chilis

Now the abundance of tomatoes and zucchini is almost over, I now have lots of chilis to contend with.As I don't have much freezer space, I pickle chilis of all sorts for use during winter. I also make a red capsicum and chilli jelly which is wonderful with everything from cheese to meat.Red Capsicum and Chili Jelly:1 kg eating applesjuice of one lemon1 kg sugar115 g fresh red chilis1 large red capsicum1 large red onion, chopped350ml vinegar (I use cider)Cut apples into section; do not core or…See More
Mar 11, 2009
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Mar 10, 2009

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Suburb
Sandy Bay
I can offer
Tools & Equipment to hire/borrow
Food Growing Skill Level
Confident
Experience and Qualifications
Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Learning, Preserving, Helping Others, Seed Savers, Swapping Food
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Mint, ginger, rhubarb, persimmon, feijoa, grapes, broad beans, parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, potatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, tomatoes, leeks, chillis, guava, plums, shallots, garlic, borage, giant mustard, rocket, beans, silver beet, spinach, lettuce, lemon, mandarin, lime, kaffir lime, chives, berries, passionfruit, artichoke, cucumber, guava, persimmon, cardamom,
A lovely afternoon planting peas and aubergines. Roll on harvest time! Also dug out weeds in the lawn. I'm very proud of how my garden looks - 3 months ago a wasteland, now it's providing us with daily food. With plums ripening, I'm planning on bottles and bottles of plum sauce - I knew there was a purpose to all those empty wine bottles.

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At 5:23pm on August 6, 2009, Chris Greaves said…
Hi Annette. I would like to return your mattock but have forfotten your address. Please phone me on 3298 or email me on chrisgreaves@slingshot.co.nz since I jon't check ooooby much these days. Thanks. Chris
At 6:40pm on January 22, 2009, Christy Ralphs said…
Sweet Pea Seeds...I've left a packet for you at the store :)
At 9:43pm on January 4, 2009, Karen Russell said…
Annette, all my recipe books are back in Australia. Might take me a while to get into the swing of contributing seasonal recipes, but I am keen. Karen.
At 10:05pm on December 30, 2008, Pete Russell said…
Tanks for the recipe group Annette. Do you have a picture of yourself for your profile yet?
At 9:16pm on December 30, 2008, Pete Russell said…
Annette. Do you want to start a recipe group? It's easy, just add a group and call it 'Recipes'.
At 9:12pm on December 30, 2008, Annette said…
I'm thinking now about pot pourri. As my flower garden hasn't had time to establish yet, I would like to plant in the gaps all those scented plants that make a garden interesting. I remember vaguely a recipe for pot pourri taht included brandy - if anyone has this I would be grateful
At 10:50pm on December 29, 2008, Karen Russell said…
Hullo Annette, Wow! I am blown away by your speedy response. I would love some pots to grow herbs in. Can you spare between 10-20? Any size will do, and I can just plant different herbs accordingly. Pete has explained that you will probably be up this way tomorrow. I would love to meet you. Regards, Karen.
At 4:38pm on December 28, 2008, Annette said…
Another fabulous Waiheke day, which makes up for the day I had in town yesterday confronting traffic and crowds...
So today I have planted a ginger plant, not the wild pest, but the one that I can hopefully harvest and cook with in a few months and also supply local ooooby-ites (what are we called, BTW?) with plants of their own if liked.
I have also planted borage to encourge bees. Which means I will have borage forever and ever.
At 1:01pm on December 24, 2008, Pete Russell said…
By the way. Thank you sooo much for the tomato and basil. They are thriving.
At 1:01pm on December 24, 2008, Pete Russell said…
Hi Annette. Thanks for joining the Waiheke Island group. Have you got a nice photo of yourself yet? It would be great to see some shots of your food gardens too.
 
 
 

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