A man gave me a potato at a plant swap back in May. He said it was productive, a good keeper, not susceptible to mildiou and the seed spuds sell for a pound each in England. He said the name of the variety but they were not words I could understand in one go. In English with an accent? Some other language? I felt like Jane under the beanstalk. Now I have harvested them and the one little potato produced 4 big ones and three little ones. I put two aside to grow next year. Can anyone help me with their name?
Boiling was probably not the best choice of cooking method. They sort of fell apart. I guess they can be classed as mealy.
On another subject, I don’t know if there is something in me leftover from previous Inktobers (I may be acquiring a habit) or if it is in preparation for this coming Inktober, but here is a small sketch, very haphazard and incomplete. I added the colour at home.
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The month had begun when I learned about the Inktober initiative. The idea is to draw with ink and then share on the Internet. Here are my first week’s attempts: These are all small drawings, nib and India ink or encre sanguine for the red one. I am trying to learn how to use cross […]