First of all, welcome to my new follower Elaine Bell from Bloglovin. Also wanted to let you know that I have put a new recipe on my Wartime Cookery page.
We both managed to get out the other day, into the cold but sunny garden, to tidy up the fruit cage and remove all the weeds. As we were walking back, we came across this lonely little rose.
They have never really developed into nice bushes but each of them, sends up 2 or 3 long stems (4 feet high) which have a few buds on them. Despite pruning them correctly each year, they both seem set in their ways. Nonetheless, we love them and they are a lovely if sparse addition to our roses.
On a different point, we both love swede and carrot mash but whenever we decide to try it at a meal, even in two separate pans, the carrot is always ready way before the swede.
Not to be outdone, we cooked 1lb of each in two pans, mashed them individually, mixed together and froze scoopfuls. Once open frozen, the 13 resulting blobs, were put into a snap close bag for future use.