Hence today’s email, from Angelina who asks a favour that helps all readers. I have reproduced it with her permission;
I recently found your blog in Greg Foyster’s book, Changing Gears and have been reading your archived entries when my 2 and a half year old son lets me have some free time! I love your honest, down to earth, non-preachy writing style and the friendly advice you provide in your blog.
My hubby and I are starting our sustainability journey. We have a 3.6kW solar energy system, have started planting some veggies (though our Asian Greens are being demolished by cabbage moths!), use water wisely and have dramatically reduced our consumption of ‘stuff’. We still have a long way to go, but I feel happier already!
I’m very keen to try the recipes you provide in your blog. Would it be possible for you to put an extra tab for ‘Recipes’? That way, interested readers like myself can easily locate all your yummy recipes instead of searching through the archive.
Thanks very much and please keep on blogging!
Thanks for the request Angelina, and thanks for the lovely words and feedback about the blog. I must say that you deserve your own praise, so well done on beginning your journey towards a more sustainable life.
On to the request for recipes. After about two hours of tagging and labelling old posts all the way from the start of the blog, I found every single one of the recipes that I have posted throughout the life of the blog. There are some goodies among them like my Hot Chili Chutney, Kim’s Cornish Pasties, Gavin’s Goulash, and Kim’s Anglesey Eggs! Delicious.
To make it easier to find them all, I also placed a tab up on top of the blog, just under the banner. If you want to see them all, this is the best place to find them. You can also find them all at this link;
https://www.greeningofgavin.com/search/label/recipes. Don’t forget that will have to scroll down, and when you get to the bottom click previous to bring up more of the posts.
Well, I hope you really enjoy this collection as much as I did when we cooked, preserved, or baked them. They are all made with homegrown fare, and very easy to whip up.
What are you waiting for? Get cooking!