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Thursday, 28 February 2013

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Elizabeth

I've never had much luck with bulbs (except daffodils--you just can't kill them!) but all those lovely flowers in the vase makes me want to try again. Maybe I'll get just a few this year and see how it goes.

BevS97

Hmm, the freezer prep is interesting. I buy mince and chicken and split it into meal size bags and freeze it, but I never thought of doing veg as well.

I shall investigate!

BevS97

PS - I think Freezer meals would work well for one. Make up the recipe and then split it into 4 bags rather than 2.

Or make up a dish and split it into 3 or 4 dishes and freeze individual portions.

Handmade by Natty

I think I just need to sit down and make the time to plan it out and see what I fancy. I keep seeing so many pins and the meals look good, some look like they would be seriously bad for the diet but delicious, however I like the look of many of the Mexican style options. There is currently room in the freezer to experiment!

Elizabeth, good luck with your flowers this year. :) I wasn't around much last summer to keep any summer pots and it wasn't a glorious summer for much of the best flower months. This year I'm not planning on any big holidays so am looking forward to having some quality time out in the garden amongst the pots on my beanbag with a nice cool drink and a good book. ;o)

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