What’s Sally picking now?


What’s Sally picking now?

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Today Geoff and I did a 17 mile circular walk from my house via Castle Acre.
We had delicious Tea and fruit cake at the Churchgate tea rooms in Castle Acre.
If you remember last year I blogged about the lack of sloes.
Well today I noticed there are plenty around this year.
So looks like I will be adding some Sloe Gin to my Raspberry Gin and Vodka collection.
To finish the day off I cooked Geoff a lovely dinner of trout served with home made Apple and Tomato  Chutney.Then I gave him an Indian head massage before he returned home on the train.

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5 thoughts on “What’s Sally picking now?

  1. Geoff

    Indeed it was delicious, especially the natural pink colour compared to the Canthaxanthin (E161g) used in farmed trout and salmon. Many thanks to Jim & his friend for catching the brute in the first place.

    The home made chutney was great too and went perfectly with the fish.

    Will have to visit again 🙂 🙂

  2. Pete

    Sue and I were out at the weekend birdwatching on the north coast. It took us over an hour longer to get there as we picked over four pounds of blackberries. On the way home two pounds of sloes, all now turned into blackberry and sloe gin jelly, a nice accompaniment to roast lamb. The next lot of blackberries are blackberry brandy.

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