Time to get growing…..

A good place to start for a food blog I reckon is the growing of food and it’s just that time of year when my green fingers are itching to get going in the vegetable garden. That said, my lovely polytunnel (just as good as a man shed) is invaluable in the colder...

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Hi and welcome to my blog….

Well, this is a first for me, sharing my news and views and foodie stuff on a blog.  There'll be information on Ruth's Real Food of course, new dishes, information about my suppliers and such as well as my musings on growing food, new recipes I've tried, loving...

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Ruth's Real Food shared The Salcombe Deli's post.5 days ago
Thank you, Salcombe deli!
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Ruth's Real Food added 2 new photos.5 days ago
So, plastic in tea bags...can you guess which of these piles of tea is from a tea bag and which is loose leaf? Not difficult, but I was also perplexed as to what the tiny white pellets were in my Earl Grey tea bag. They taste like really,really strong eg tea. Are they to add taste to the dust? I shall be contacting Twinings. Have now purchased a handy little gadget to make one mug of proper leaf tea - no more work than a tea bag.
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Ruth's Real Food1 week ago
Said Lamb Rogan Josh - and this one’s mine!🌶
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Ruth's Real Food1 week ago
Sizzling Sandford lamb ready for my Lamb Rogan Josh. Curry tonight!
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Ruth's Real Food shared Eat Seasonably's post.2 weeks ago
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Ruth's Real Food2 weeks ago
Here’s a good way to use up some not so fresh root vegetables in the fridge. Cut up and coat with a mix of oil with a teaspoon or two of turmeric (lots of health benefits) then roast. Taste great as they are or add water and liquidise into a warming soup. 😋😇