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Some of the goings on around my neck of the woods…
This summer, much of Australia has been plunged into heatwave after heatwave. It’s been so hot that the Bureau of Meteorology has needed to add extra colours to its temperature graphs to show how high the temperatures are reaching. And … Continue reading
Hi folks Some yummy sounding recipes from around the blogosphere that I would like to try. As I was gazing at them I thought that maybe you’d like to try them too. So here they are: Homemade chai and chai concentrate … Continue reading
A couple of months back I had a little rant about permeate in milk. It was in response to a story that had broken in the Australian press about how a lot of Australian milk has permeate added to it secretly. … Continue reading
Last week there was a bit of a milk commotion in the Australian press. Did you know that up to 16 % of milk (which only has one ingredient listed on the label: milk) is actually a substance known as … Continue reading
One small bunch of lemon balm from the garden, a mug, boiling water. Lemon…yes, but also a slight sense of heat like in ginger.