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Frontier stove + Kelly Kettle = win!

Frontier stove + Kelly Kettle = win!

Following on from our first foray into cooking on the new frontier stove, we found we had plenty of heat left in the fire and decided to make a cup of tea. There is an attachment you can buy (although it’s not readily available at the moment, and costs around £100) to turn the stove […]

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  30th September 2015   No comments
A well-deserved tea break

A well-deserved tea break

On Saturday my garden went from this: Half the garden, prepared for the next stageto this: Six new raised bedsWhich meant several well-deserved tea breaks in the garden 🙂 This week’s tea was donated by Tetley, who are on a mission to bring back the tea break after their research uncovered that lots of us […]

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  15th July 2015   No comments
Tea in the rubble

Tea in the rubble

Work has started on the hard landscaping for the garden – a large patio, paths and hard standing for two sheds (or a shed and a greenhouse) will appear soon. We’ve had to move everything out of the way for the work to be done, and the garden is more or less unuseable. It won’t […]

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  23rd June 2015   No comments
Power cut tea

Power cut tea

One of the things Ryan and I like to do is sit and make a cup of tea in the garden, for which we use a Kelly Kettle that can quickly boil water using very little fuel (even in inclement weather). We’ll enjoy it even more when the garden is finished and we have somewhere […]

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  18th June 2015   No comments

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