Making a case for Sarpo Axona potatoes from the Sarvari Research Trust in Wales: high levels of natural blight resistance and not bad in the kitchen either.
A inspiring visit to the Dublin Urban Farm, where, among many other things, 160 varieties of potato are now being grown for Gallagher’s Boxty House on a north inner city rooftop
I might have missed National Potato Day in the U.K., but there are a number of potato days here in Ireland to look forward to
It was a champion day for naturally blight resistant Sárpo potatoes at the SPUDS.ie Tastefest with David Shaw from the Sárvári Research Trust, among many others
This year’s Father’s Day will be marked in the best way possible, with a helping of newly dug spuds that my Da would have relished
Homegrown cherry tomatoes, a particularly cheery thing to look at on an otherwise dreary day
Visiting the walled fruit and vegetable garden in the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin is always a treat
A summer vegetable tian – otherwise known as a quiche in search of a crust – with slow-roasted herby tomatoes and courgettes – ’tis the Mediterranean on a plate