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- Stephanie Alexander
Monthly Archives: January 2011
A quick post to let you know my computer has died. Hopefully, by sometime next week, it will either be fixed or I’ll have a brand spanking new computer. And hopefully, my hard drive is recoverable. Everything is backed up … Continue reading
As mentioned in my last post, I bought some gem squash to try during my last trip to the farmers’ market. They’re commonly eaten in South Africa but it’s the first time I’ve ever seen them in Australia and … Continue reading
It’s an absolutely lovely time of year at the market. Mostly warm sunny mornings (despite our reletively nonexistent summer this year) and a banquet of all sorts of fresh fruit and veg. Cindy, I’m hoping you can help me with … Continue reading
For months I’ve been planning to make the trek to a seaside suburb that has a particular boat at the docks that moors itself on a Sunday morning and sells local mussels, prawns and oysters (in season) until they sell … Continue reading
In 2010 I … :: started a food blog :: grew tomatoes, silver beet, zucchini, pumpkin and a host of other vegies from seed for the first time (instead of buying seedlings) :: grew garlic and amaranth for the first … Continue reading
Mr Bee was away recently and I was home alone at Chez Bee. Sometimes, when I’m home alone I cook up gastronomic extravaganzas or eat a dinner composed entirely of dessert…but this time the thought of cooking for one just … Continue reading