The drying season has begun for some of the things that come out of our garden. These are mainly herbs, but the freshly harvested hot peppers are ready to be dried as well. During that process they will hopefully also turn nice and red and we’ll have hot peppers during the whole winter. We don’t use many, so I guess if we have around 20-30 around the end of the season we’ll have enough to get through winter. More than enough! As I’m a vegetable garden rookie, I’m also a beginner when it comes to drying herbs. I’ve done some bay leaf drying during winter and spring, but I haven’t dried anything else yet. It will be an interesting adventure.
You probably think I’m one of those green-fingered-people and I was born being one. Well, unfortunately I wasn’t. And last week I was once again confronted with my own short-comings. We …
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