|Still busy in January|
|Dredging the pond|
|Celeriacs: funny-looking and tasty|
|Winter veg selection|
We've still got lots of winter veggies - oca, Jerusalem artichokes, celeriacs, leeks, swedes, cabbage, kale, Daubenton's kale, chard, perennial onions, rocket, celtuce. Only the parsnips have run out and the squashes are down to two. We have about 16 purple-sprouting broccolis sprouting away so hopefully from next month broccoli will be back on the menu. In fact, we have so many nice green broccoli leaves that we decided to kimchi them (along with Jerusalem artichokes and kale, the two other veg we have most of at the moment).
|Wood chopping under the rainbow|
In between the additional garden jobs, work on processing the remainder of our 25-tonne log pile continues. It's going down, but looks like there will be ample for this winter and spring. Another goal for this year is to build a proper wood shed.