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  Topic: these look nice
Shan

Replies: 1
Views: 50
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Tue Jan 18, 22 8:37 am   Subject: these look nice
That sounds delightful. There's another recipe I think you would like: it's fried whole fish (obviously smaller ones are easier) and it is served with a Thai chutney (easy enough to make). Unfortunate ...
  Topic: Humane rabbit control?
Shan

Replies: 17
Views: 608
PostForum: Shooting and Trapping for the Pot   Posted: Tue Jan 04, 22 10:51 am   Subject: Humane rabbit control?
As per dpack's flooding, perhaps a few IBCs of water and a petrol pump?
  Topic: things to do with fish
Shan

Replies: 3
Views: 107
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Sun Jan 02, 22 9:57 am   Subject: Re: things to do with fish

Very interesting.
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Wed Dec 29, 21 8:32 am   Subject: Wildlife
We have loads of Pied Wagtails round at the moment. We have one of our terraces extended to try and create a veg garden and the birdies seem to be thrilled.... worms and stuff brought to the surface, ...
  Topic: umm , wise
Shan

Replies: 2
Views: 321
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Tue Dec 21, 21 9:25 am   Subject: umm , wise
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Wed Dec 08, 21 1:28 pm   Subject: Wildlife
You are lucky to have seen let alone managed to take a photo of that dpack!

manage and luck have kept me alive so far, re wildlife observation and snaps, i am an amateur with not enough time to lea ...
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Tue Dec 07, 21 1:42 pm   Subject: Wildlife
It probably is. I am afraid those things give me the creeps, although I have never actually met one.

Watch Kung Fu Panda, MR and that might make yo a little less afraid of them.

That is a fine l ...
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Tue Dec 07, 21 1:40 pm   Subject: Wildlife
You are lucky to have seen let alone managed to take a photo of that dpack!
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Sun Dec 05, 21 11:52 am   Subject: Wildlife
It probably is. I am afraid those things give me the creeps, although I have never actually met one.
There are loads of them through Summer here. Unusual to see them at this time of the year. I quite ...
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Sun Dec 05, 21 9:30 am   Subject: Wildlife
We currently have the Azul Magpies raiding the Pomegranate tree.

I took this photo on Friday and thought it was a particularly fine specimen:


https://www.downsizer.net/gallery/30957/prayingman ...
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Thu Oct 21, 21 7:30 am   Subject: Wildlife
We still have wasps but not quite as many as earlier in the year... although we do have a very annoying explosion of fruit flies.... having said that, the mosquitoes are positively aggressive at the m ...
  Topic: Exciting news
Shan

Replies: 436
Views: 1661989
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Wed Oct 20, 21 7:24 pm   Subject: Exciting news
If only... I might have stayed. Papayas in Portugal.
  Topic: Wildlife
Shan

Replies: 1736
Views: 1721291
PostForum: Conservation and Environment   Posted: Wed Oct 20, 21 7:59 am   Subject: Wildlife
Loads of sparrows here.... might have something to do with me feeding them. Also, loads of Azul Magpies Saw a female Golden Oriole about 3 weeks ago.

Butterflies are also out in f ...
  Topic: Exciting news
Shan

Replies: 436
Views: 1661989
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Mon Oct 18, 21 10:52 am   Subject: Exciting news
I'm with you Shan - green papaya salad is amazing. Ripe papayas are too cheesy for my liking
Had half a green papaya yesterday and the other half will be for today.... yummy!
  Topic: Exciting news
Shan

Replies: 436
Views: 1661989
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Fri Oct 15, 21 7:57 am   Subject: Exciting news
Thank you both. People normally eat papayas when ripe. I far prefer green ones shredded and made into thai green papaya salad (tam som). It's got a good hit of chilli and fish sauce in it, so perhaps, ...
 
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