The summer in England has been very unusual this year, with the temperatures reaching numbers haven’t seen for decades. It is all good news for vegetable growing, with a small exception of perhaps lettuces which prefer slightly cooler conditions.
It looks like tomatoes will be ready for picking any day now, there are a lot of courgettes, cucumbers, potatoes, peas and french beans ready to eat! 🙂
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Definitely looks very summery and perfect for our sunny mood, when it gets a bit colder in the evenings 🙂
Vegetable Thai yellow curry.
The ingeredients list looks a bit long, but it is extemaly easy recipe and you can be flexible with the ingredients and use subsitutes when necesary.
Can be served either with rice or naan bread.
Full recipe can be found in the Recipes section of Your Instinct.
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