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Monthly Archives: August 2010
I’ve already proclaimed my love of making bread in the “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day” style. So easy and the bread is such good quality and so tasty. But the last few weeks I’ve been hankering for fruit … Continue reading
:: scrambled eggs and toast from home-made bread for breakfast :: A batch of orange and cumquat marmalade :: Minestrone soup and more toast with home-made bread for lunch :: Yummy and easy fruit bread :: Lemon grass and ginger … Continue reading
Yesterday, I spent my Saturday working. Luckily, it was a relatively fun way to spend a working day, but it wasn’t exactly how I’d volunteer to spend my Saturday 😉 So, I need to fit my entire weekend into today. … Continue reading
When people find out we shop at farmer’s markets I get a number of responses but one of the most common is “we’d love to do that, but it’s too expensive”. So I thought I’d do a little verbal analysis … Continue reading
Southern Australia has been in a drought for over ten years now. Or maybe it’s no longer a drought and is the new “normal” under climate change? So, when we finally had “average” levels of rain this winter I have … Continue reading
Generic brands. They are everywhere and they are growing in market share. When I was younger it seemed pretty simple. On basic staples there wasn’t much, if any difference in quality, but the prices were often much lower. And the … Continue reading