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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by BelleDuJour, Jan 7, 2012.
I wish I had some in the garden!
Just stick a couple in the ground, or I can send you a few to start off with.
ooh....if you can pop a couple in a jiffy bag Lapin that would be great. Will pm my address x
Be warned........it is a big plant!
Indeed it is.....................but I'll have to PM you the postcode!
I'm doing a JA puree tonight with the Middle Eastern lamb wellingtons, I'm going to mix some ground cumin with some oil, olive or argan not sure which and stir in.
Both sound yummy.
Olive oil in food. Argan oil on face!
If you are going to send some to Belle, can I beg a couple in her envelope, too - she can give them to me when we see each other in a few weeks time. (that OK by you B?)
No problem. I'm sure Lapin won't mind.
Looking forward to 'cari'!
Can I bring anything?
Am sure we can find a couple, Belle pop them in a pot of earth until you see H.
Got them cooking, will mash them them flavour with cumin and Jordanian olive oil, and do some potato croquettes rolled in chopped almonds (Had those at a restaurant near Rainbow Street in Amman.)
I shall plant mine down the grass track between the garden and the paddock. That way they can grow as rampantly as they like and not get in the way of anything. Quite productive my grass track.................there's rhubarb and broad beans lurking to one side and all the blackberries you could want for in the hedges!
I often wonder how you maintain such a productive grass track Belle (chortle)
I tend it often Biz............... and if I haven't the time I get a man in to do it!
Oooh I'm not sure I'd let a man with shears near it
What tool do you suggest I get him to use then Biz?