While he shared his passion for gardening and taught me the basics for growing all things green, I cannot replicate my grandfather’s vegetable garden not in size, quality or diversity. My modest garden plot started as a few raised beds perched about the rocky New England soil and strategically positioned between the trees. Instead of long rows filled with one type of veggie, I packed in as many plants as space allowed and mixed vegetables, herbs and annuals into the same planting beds.

Fry once in sunflower oil for three to four minutes before draining on kitchen towel and allowing to cool. Fry again for three to four minutes, drain on fresh towel and season with salt and pepper. Serve immediately with the dip and garnish if required..

I was excited about preparing them. I always knew I made a mean pot of collard greens but nobody in my family had ever tasted them. I proudly brought my pot of collard greens and placed them on the Thanksgiving food table. Want to buy an election? Here’s the price tag: About $400,000. We hear about how many millions and millions are spent on a particularly hotly contested race for the House or Senate at any given time, but as we’ve repeatedly seen, the bigger spender doesn’t necessarily always win. A cyber security consulting firm is saying if you spend they money wisely, it only costs about $400,000 to buy your way into office.

Our proposed scholarly edition, which we expect will be published by Oxford University Press (in print and as part of Oxford Scholarly Editions Online), will not only go well beyond all previous editions in its level of annotation to Drayton’s poem, but will also edit to an equally high standard John Selden’s accompanying ‘Illustrations’. These quirky, digressive and deeply learned notes have never been accorded anything beyond the most basic editorial attention, yet are recognized as an important early work of a key figure in seventeenth century intellectual history. The edition will therefore also produce a far fuller and more nuanced understanding of Poly Olbion as a collaborative text..

You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA number of weeks ago, Scot Karen Skewies appeared on MasterChef as one of the 2020 contestants.Now she is providing a weekly recipe for News readers.She said: “I’d like to share some recipes which were inspired by my MasterChef experience.”My recipes use everyday ingredients made into something nutritious and delicious,”In the current climate, where we are being forced to spend more time at home, whether it’s by ourselves our with our loved ones for our own safety, this is a great opportunity to widen your culinary skills.”Everyone can cook, so let’s cook together.”This week it a one pot gingerbread.This is a great recipe which my bestie Liz gave me recently when cooking for our mums during lockdown.When it comes to my cooking, my mum is my greatest fan but also my greatest critic!She ‘commented’ that my gingerbread needed more spice.Since a mum is usually right, I have added some grated fresh ginger which I love in any food sweet or savoury.I think it just gives the loaf an extra lift. The great thing about this recipe is that it is cooked all in one potremember not to hold back on butter when serving!1. Heat oven to 180 degrees then butter and line a 1lb loaf tin2.