Elderflowers and Rocotos and a slow cooker or two

As the garden is dying off for the upcoming winter (or being eaten by wildlife), there’s still lots to do.

Elderflowers remain ready on the trees and I was given these beautiful rocoto chillies by someone at EcoFest. Into the pickle pot for them today.

In the cooking school – busy, busy, busy. Elderflower cordial being bottled off (into recycled spirits bottles – no need to sterilise these because of the residual alcohol smear in there). There’s also a bucket of sparkling elderflower fermenting nearby.

In the background, getting equipment together for the cheese making class here tomorrow.

Further back near the window – some of my slow cookers washed from last Saturday’s class and soon to be used again in an upcoming one.

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