The Welsh government said the people of Wales should receive proper value for “this vital resource”. On Monday the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) revealed that much of southern and eastern England was officially in a state …
Archives for February 2012
Serve on toast or, alternatively, stuff between the skin and breast of a chicken before roasting (it’s just as good in a jacket spud for you veggies).
I stumbled across this dish on returning from my morel hunting in Turkey. One of our wonderful hosts, Ali, gave us all a kilo of home-grown paprika as we left.
RCMA (Riverside Community Market Association) currently runs four Farmers Markets in Cardiff. RCMA also aims to improve knowledge about, and access to, a fresh healthy diet and reduce the level of ‘food poverty’ in South Riverside and adjacent areas of Cardiff.
Ms Griffith said this would force people to cut back on basic items of food and drink. She said: “[These] cuts have barely come into effect yet; £17m of the total cut of £794m is due to be saved this tax year, meaning merely 2% of the total has been …
A small farmers’ co-operative which already produces a high-quality rapeseed oil for the Welsh market is now branching out into Cheshire and Cumbria. Blodyn Aur – Golden Flower in English – is the brand name of the golden liquid that its makers claim …
Along with their garden tools every vegetable gardener would find this informative Vegetable Planner invaluable. The wheel itself, with its “rotate & align” dial provides information on 36 garden vegetables: preferred soil, how best to plant or sow the seeds and when best to harvest them. On the reverse of the wheel is information on crop rotation and companion plants.
A south Wales MP says wind farms are inefficient and he has joined over 100 fellow Conservatives to urge a cut in tax subsidies for onshore turbines. Vale of Glamorgan MP Alun Cairns told BBC’s Sunday Politics they are too expensive.
An extremely rare lichen that has previously never been seen in Wales has been found in the grounds of Gregynog Hall, near Caersws, in Powys. The endangered Enterographa Sorediata lichen is thought to have survived due to the number of ancient trees in the Halls grounds.