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Category Archives: A farmers’ market cornucopia
Some of the goings on around my neck of the woods… Advertisements
Tonight’s dinner was so yummy I had to share it. Plus, it just happened to come together as a completely local (Victorian) and seasonal main course (except for the condiments). I’m always quite impressed when we manage to pull off … Continue reading
The last week or so it’s been raining and raining and raining. Signficant parts of the state have been flooded (and other states too). And the tomatoes don’t like the rain much either. So at the farmers market this morning … Continue reading
These photos are from a trip to my local farmers’ market in mid-February. I like that I am now starting to get a selection of seasonal snapshots of what we are eating at different times of the year. You can … 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