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Chillies originated in the Americas, where they have grown for more than 7 000 years. Eating them can be addictive, very similar to the endorphin rush a runner craves. But, you can also get hooked on growing them. There are more than 50 000 varieties in cultivation, but the following are the most popular.

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Big Skye COUNTRY
We’re kayaking across water that is so compellingly turquoise, it feels a bit like a Greek island. One small difference is that we’re on a loch that’s a nippy six degrees – not something you’d want to fling yourself into in a hurry. It’s early spring
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(Serves 6) 15ml oil, plus extra for frying45ml cake flour10ml paprika6 small to medium lamb shanks4 cloves garlic2 red onions, peeled and cut into crescents10ml tagine or harissa paste1 (410g) tin chopped tomatoes500ml lamb or beef stock30ml fresh r
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Plant List
Yellow: Yellow argyranthemum, Dusty Miller (Cineraria maritima), giant goldenrod, yellow Bulbine frutescens Peach/apricot/cream: Dusty Miller (Cineraria maritima) Pink: White argyranthemum, coral Salvia coccinea, wild garlic (Tulbaghia violacea) an