At this time of the year you do not always have enough greens in the garden to eat, this is when the wild comes into its own, on the weekend we went down to the wood to collect a large basket of Wild Garlic (Allium Ursinum) to make pesto, one of the things I like Thomas to do when he is here is to make pasta by hand, it never tastes as good as this, and with Linda here to help out I asked the students in for a meal of fresh pasta and wild garlic pesto, the meal was so good, and with the great weather we sat out to eat. 


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