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Saturday, 30 June 2012

Nettle soup.

Thankyou for all your helpful comments on my last post. Just to follow up, the gallery that takes my jewellery has declined the dolls, so has given me a bit of room to think some more!
I have taken bags off  Folksy and put them in a local shop, so I can hopefully get some interest. A good excuse to buy more fabric. I do find it really hard to turn down opportunities in case they are steps forward.
I like to make the money we do earn go as far as possible, and so I love a good old forage!
Today I wanted to try nettle soup. I know it's not the best time of year, but as I've had a horrid cold and cough, I read it was good for that and many other things.
(when I read about other ailments I think- Oh yes I have that ...and that ...and...) 
 The soup I make always turns out the same colour!
Chop all the veg up, fry an onion and garlic, add the veg - anything you have to hand.
Add a stock cube or two and cook through. Then blend.
Lovely with garlic bread.
Thinking of nature and gardens I couldn't resist a couple more Eden pictures.
I love the little house in the tropical dome. It may be daft, but I love the washing hanging out,
at least it would dry in there, unlike mine!
And the veggy plot outside.
I love the willow frames.
Apparently slugs don't like red lettuce, can this be true?
Such a lovely sheltered site.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.






2 comments:

  1. How was the nettle soup? I've heard that they use nettle for other remedies too.

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  2. I do love a good forage! I haven't made nettle soup for years, I'm more likely these days to be a bit dull and forage things like elderberries, nuts,
    damsons & field mushrooms. I bet my boys would love the idea of nettle soup so maybe we should make a batch. Bethx

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