dahlia, blackcurrants and red kuri squash

IMG_2289IMG_2285See the recipe page for blackcurrant jam – not including the dahlia (‘Juliet’), although apparently the tubers are edible…

The red kuri squash has taken off and is madly climbing up its bean pole tripod, fruiting brightly.

About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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3 Responses to dahlia, blackcurrants and red kuri squash

  1. Thanks for the recipes, including the courgette sauce, nice and simple to do.
    Love black currents from childhood. We had them in Somerset, and also at Four Winds.
    Lucky with the sun today. See you later. A x

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  2. outofmyshed says:

    Hi Ruthie, Love your Juliet Dahlia-gorgeously vibrant. I had some spare Dahlia roots that I’d dug up and after a few not-so-tasty experiments, found Jame’s Wong’s rosti recipes (grate roots, squeeze out liquid, mix with flour and fry). Quite bland, but a lovely texture and a perfect accompaniment for smoke salmon an sour cream.

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  3. Ruthie says:

    That sounds good! I do admire your willingness to experiment – not sure I’d be prepared to risk disappointment after all the work involved. The rosti recipe is a good one for all sorts of roots – thank you.

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