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Bob feels people should try more tree and soft fruit. His are grown in old baths filled with acidic soil, separated by a bog myrtle grown in an old toilet (a horticultural lavatory joke) and fed by water from the shed roof.After visiting the nuttery (Bob believes hazelnuts produce the best protein crop), where he also grows puff balls in late summer, we entered his soft fruit cage made from a polytunnel frame, covered with chicken wire and topped with plastic netting.In the early years Two Harbors consisted of two separate communities called Agate Bay and Burlington.The village of Burlington along Burlington Bay was platted in 1856, first incorporated on May 23, 1857; it had a post office that operated from 1856 until 1862.With the liquid at a simmer add the gooseberries and cook for three minutes, until they are just softening. Allow the pastry to come to room temperature, then roll it out on a lightly floured surface to fit a 20-23cm (8-9in) tart tin.Press into the tin, trim off the excess and place in the fridge for half an hour (or in the freezer).
Kettle is the shortened form of Kettle and Hob - think of the oven range in an old fashioned house, with its kettle boiling away on the hob.He showed me the famous freezer carcases, some of which stored apples (rat-proof and frost-proof), while others sheltered tiny pepper, paw paw and cucumber plants.We saw the potted vines: Boskoop Glory (“a reliable fruiter”), Muscat Hamburg (“delicious”), and 'Strawberry Grape’ (“what a fragrance”); then he showed me the Doyenné du Comice and Beurre Hardy pears, growing against a south-facing wall.His Organic Gardening Bible (Kyle Books), first published in the mid Nineties, has just been revised and reissued, shiny, new and full of the sort of anecdotal advice that Bob is famous for, edited into a concise, well illustrated, easily digestible format.Remembering his diktat to grow nothing that isn’t edible, useful or fragrant, we toured his three-quarter acre garden.
Remove the paper and beans and leave the pastry to cool a little while you make the filling.