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Tales from the Veg Patch

Kathy Slack
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'Tales From the Veg Patch' is a new podcast by award-winning food writer, cook and veg grower, Kathy Slack. Come through the garden gate for 15 minutes of rural tranquillity as Kathy shares uplifting stories about growing and cooking her own food and the healing powers of gardening for mental health.There’s 'The Love Story of the Overlooked Leek'; an essay on 'How to Buy Dirt'; and, musings on 'The Morals and Mysteries of Failing to Catch a Mole'. Plus lots of eating, weekly recipes and ideas for making the most of the harvest.Tales, stories and essays to reconnect you with the food you eat and get you back to the land. Every music: Tom DysonCover pic: Stephanie McLeod See for privacy and opt-out information.


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In this episode, the last for a couple of weeks for reasons that will become clear, Kathy prepares for an ill-timed holiday and shares her tips on how to ready your patch for abandonment. more

11 days ago

This episode: gluts. Because Kathy’s first glut arrived this week – lettuces – and marks the start of months of gluts. All this abundance illustrates how restorative the veg patch can be, in ways that aren’t always about connecting with nature, but a... more

18 days ago

This week the tomatoes need putting out. Kathy has grown them from seed this year which is a bit of a labour of love. She used to grow tomatoes from seed all the time before discovering the convenience of plug plants. Though the story of how she was ... more

25 days ago

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