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    I saw the lad Starr had passed away ‘reportedly’. Is that correct? It doesn’t seem to have generated much coverage on the Guardian web-site (strange, I know)

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    For supper tonight I shared 3 trout caught by a friend from a small,secret mountain lake not far from Devils Bridge. Accompanied by new potatoes from the garden. Delicious.
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    Tonight.
    Zucchini frittata. Green peas.
    Salad: tomatoes, beetroot, kidney beans, carrots, chillies, peppers.
    Home made bread.
    Ice cream (decaff taste), home made.

    Lunch:
    Two slices of home made dark bread, mozzarella, 6 tomatoes, oil.

    Breakfast.
    Greek yogurt. Pear. Bread with cream cheese and home made pumpkin jam.
    Strongest coffee I can make.

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    First of this year's raspberries from the garden: lovely. Last year I didn't have any, they all shrivelled up in the drought.

    Also looking forward to the gooseberries: first time I've had a decent crop since planting the bushes about 5 years ago. I have tried a few over the last week, but they are still a bit too sour to harvest.
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    Missus wanted trout for dinner tonight - decided mid afternoon - so I was sent up the hill to catch them. Never goes quite to plan when under pressure (the big one got away!!!)
    so we had half a wild brown trout each and some fish fingers

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonykay View Post
    First of this year's raspberries from the garden: lovely. Last year I didn't have any, they all shrivelled up in the drought.

    Also looking forward to the gooseberries: first time I've had a decent crop since planting the bushes about 5 years ago. I have tried a few over the last week, but they are still a bit too sour to harvest.
    One fruit I'm not going to be getting from my garden this year is blackcurrants. They have all disappeared from the bushes. And I know whodunit: I saw them there when I got up this morning.

    If anyone has a shotgun, they can have a free meal of roast pigeon if they come to my place.
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    Strawberries done very well this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonykay View Post
    One fruit I'm not going to be getting from my garden this year is blackcurrants. They have all disappeared from the bushes. And I know whodunit: I saw them there when I got up this morning.

    If anyone has a shotgun, they can have a free meal of roast pigeon if they come to my place.
    Blackbirds are the culprits here, they would have every single current and raspberry we grow, all netted in and still the little beggars find ways under the nets and have to be rescued.
    Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie may be on the menu soon.

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    Bumper crop of strawberries here too. Garlic and shallots very poor.

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    I have a fondness for spicy foods.... a legacy from a couple of extended trips to Thailand...

    Today I was in the supermarket and spotted an intriguing curry... I do enjoy this particular brand of curries, usually having their “3 chilli” rated hot curries, such as Jalfrezi or Hot Tikka Masala. But this one was either 7 or 8 chilli ratings, and what looked like Hazardous Waste yellow/black tape round the outside of the box.

    It was a Phall but also with Naga and Scorpion chillis. The actual flavour was very nice, but about halfway through it just became quite sore on my tongue. I finished it (too nice to leave) and quickly followed up with spoonfuls of cold Greek yoghurt!

    It’s certainly the hottest meal I’ve ever consumed....

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