Sunday, January 24, 2016

24/01/2016 In the Kitchen and a happy Great Tit.

Maximum temperature 16C, minumum 4C.   44 km/h SE wind. Dry.
Dehydrator full of chillies again.

Great tit at the window...

as above...

As above.

Sparrow enjoying some sun.

8 comments:

  1. I bet the dehydrator is so useful and fab birds shots.

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    1. It is I think going to be very useful later in the year when I have so much fruit and vegetables. I am still only trying to get some space in the freezer by getting all the chillies out! Thanks for the comment, take care Diane

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  2. How long do you leave your chillies in the dehydrator for?

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    1. Because these chillies have been frozen they are much wetter than fresh ones despite drying them. The recommended time is between 4 to 8 hours at 52C, but with these, I turn them on when I go to bed and leave them for approximately 8 hours. Diane

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  3. Beautiful pictures of the big tit.
    Thank you for all your visits and comments on my 365 days blog.
    (Your account is set on noreply that's why I answered here.)

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    1. Thanks Lucy, no problem with answering here, not sure how to change it anyway. Diane

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  4. Hi Diane. Never seen that done before . It will definitely come in handy later on in the year with all your fruits and veggies. Loving the little bird. Happier with better weather. Last night it was horrendous here . Take care Anne xox

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    1. Anne I am so looking forward to saving time with drying and not having to spend many hours in the kitchen bottling this year. The weather is very weird all over the world. Keep warm and dry Diane xox

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