I made and cooked these delightful little cakes during an interview with BBC Radio Solent’s Kitchen Garden programme. Tiny cakes packed with flavour that will grace any tea-time but that take less than half an hour to make.
And I showed them some of the very simple changes I’d made in the garden to make it more friendly for anyone who can’t see: raised pavers to act as a guide on all the footpaths, water features and lots of fragrant plants to stimulate other senses, plants with strong architectural shapes and leaves for those with some sight.
Equally important for all my cooking is a great selection of herbs ready to add to any salad or other dish. And tucked around are pottery sculptures I’ve made: even if I can’t see them, I remember what they should look like.
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