Father of Blogger Holding Clean Horseradish Root

Some years ago, in one of my many garden rearrangements, I invited our horseradish out of the field and back into the garden. I had space at the end of the new rhubarb bed which seemed the perfect spot. Being at the edge of the garden, it has tilled or hoed border on two sides, rhubarb on another, and a well mulched path on the inside. A great home for the enthusiastic horseradish. Though the bed was new, it was part of the old garden so the soil was good. Both the rhubarb and horseradish responded to these fresh, rich digs with such enthusiasm that I will be happy when the soil wears out a bit.

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Pinches Of Salt Creme Brulee
Serves 5

You will need:

  • 4 carrots
  • 20g porridge oats
  • 120ml vinegar
  • 120g self-raising flour
  • 1 pinches of salt


  1. slice the carrots
  2. sprinkle the carrots over the top
  3. toast the self-raising flour
  4. bring the self-raising flour to the boil
  5. simmer the carrots gently for 20 minutes
  6. rinse the porridge oats
  7. heat the porridge oats
  8. eat the vinegar
  9. simmer the porridge oats gently for 20 minutes
  10. rinse the pinches of salt
  11. enjoy

Bee Catastrophe

Disturbing evidence that honeybees are in terminal decline has emerged from the United States where, for the fourth year in a row, more than a third of colonies have failed to survive the winter.

The decline of the country's estimated 2.4 million beehives began in 2006, when a phenomenon dubbed colony collapse disorder (CCD) led to the disappearance of hundreds of thousands of colonies. Since then more than three million colonies in the US and billions of honeybees worldwide have died and scientists are no nearer to knowing what is causing the catastrophic fall in numbers.

The number of managed honeybee colonies in the US fell by 33.8% last winter, according to the annual survey by the Apiary Inspectors of America and the US government's Agricultural Research Service (ARS).

The collapse in the global honeybee population is a major threat to crops. It is estimated that a third of everything we eat depends upon honeybee pollination, which means that bees contribute some £26bn to the global economy.

-- "Fears for Crops as Shock Figures from America Show Scale of Bee Catastrophe," Guardian, May 2, 2010

He Eats the Cat-Patriot

Candle Heating

My favorite fruit -- a broom, but yesterday in the supermarket was just avocado. Sit, eat his civilian clothes, razrezla in half -- and picked one half teaspoon. The second half is on the table. Came the cat, long sniff, and then began this "bury." But that's borscht and fried potatoes with mushrooms, he eats the cat-patriot.

Language Pickled

This version of the language like all of his eating, but I like the most delicious. And as for me, yes, not bad, but in the cream cheese in the pan language I like much more.

Well it is. We will not argue, as the tongue melts on the tongue and a light aroma of garlic makes swallow saliva ... We are now going to prepare the case. As usual for the beginning language boil. If it's beef, then with carrot and onion cook it an hour or three. If pig tongues, then smaller. Language is ready, when the tip of a knife easily penetrates into it. Further, while the language is hot, under cold running tap water remove white "stockings". Warning! If not immediately removed, then later eerie namuchaetes. Next, I return the language back into the pan and do the marinade.

Three large red pepper rubbed with oil and puts in a very hot oven or by inserting extract, turning, roasting them directly on an open fire to black. (peppers in the oven, too, must turn over). How to turn black, pull them and puts in a plastic bag or a tight-fitting pot. Fifteen minutes, we obtain and remove the black crust. Washington in any case impossible, with the water wash off the sweet pleasant taste. Carve pepper, we obtain the stone, and the peppers we cut the big noodles. We cut the language on the plate, 4-6 mm. Finely chop three cloves of garlic and parsley. We put language layers peremazyvaya and shifting each layer with pepper and garlic with dill.

Prepare sauce. The juice from the roasted peppers mix with two tablespoons of vegetable oil, one tablespoon of vinegar 9% (very preferably flavored), 1 tbsp. spoon of soy sauce, and two teaspoons of sugar. Stir until sugar dissolves and pour sauce language. We put in the fridge for a day periodically shaking or shaking that would marinade evenly distributed over the entire volume.