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    Started to clear out porch ready for new season and harvested the chilli peppers. 40 Scotch bonnets, 20 Ring of Fire and 60 odd Cayenne. Going to have to power up the dehydrator.

    Blossom on some of the plants, so going to keep 1 of each and see if we can get early fruit in 2018. Will prepare area for sowing chilli seeds early jan.
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    Yesterday was Parsnips, Kale, sprouts and JA's then today just a couple of black cherry toms from the plant growing on my kitchen window sill.
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    my dehydrator a couple of bread tins on radiator:

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    Three Parsnips for dinner, might be a few Brussels for Friday when we get visitors fro dinner.
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    A strawberry for the dog and a couple of zucchini for me.

    The first of the tomatoes are finally starting to turn red after what seems like months, so hopefully I'll be able to start harvesting them soon.
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    A Burnley Gem tomato. I only picked it because it was splitting. It tastes fine but I feel a bit cheated after waiting so long for them to ripen. We have a run of 40C days due a the end of the week so I'm expecting the rest to split as well. I think I'll plant fewer of them next year and stick with the cherry varieties.
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