Growing Borage

Borage is a hardy annual herb that flowers during the warmer months and is much loved by bees . When planted in the garden, the lovely bright blue, star shaped borage  flowers attract these busy pollinators. The bees then also visit all the other plants you grow, increasing the productivity of the vegetable garden and ensuring good fruiting and flowering. This amazing herb has been cultivated … Continue reading Growing Borage

Baked Chicken Roulade

A baked Chicken Roulade is a great cold meat for picnics or with your favourite salad on those hot summer days. It is also delicious served warm with your favourite sauce and baked vegetables.  Why buy cold meats when you can prepare your own using the freshest ingredients and home grown herbs.   Baked Chicken Roulade Ingredients 1 full chicken breast 8 full rashers of … Continue reading Baked Chicken Roulade

Baked Stuffed Zucchini

The zucchinis are blooming in the garden and the fruit grow so fast that its hard to keep up with them. Today’s recipe is for baked stuffed zucchini using a beauty that Trish shared from her garden. The recipe calls for 4 medium zucchinis and an Italian style stuffing using a good pork and veal mince and Provolone cheese, grated Parmigiano Regiano, herbs, tomatoes and … Continue reading Baked Stuffed Zucchini