It's mixed in with shredded paper and straw - I'm sure that'll be ok.
A very brief inspection of the beds was very inspiring. The garlic we planted a couple of weeks ago has shot up.
It looks like something's been eating the leaves but the actual cauliflower seems untouched. The kale is also looking good, which is good news for me as that is something the M. family eat as part of their Christmas meal.
I also picked a few chillies to dry and put in the jar labelled ' Don't touch! Very hot!!'.
It was all in all a very brief visit and I managed to dash home and rescue the washing before the downpour. I spent the next hour in the kitchen making creme brulee for dessert and meringue with the left over egg whites. It was rather cosy pottering about while the sky was almost black and the rain was hitting the windows. However, the sun has now come out and the rain has stopped. Fingers crossed for a sunny last week of work before half term.