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Tag Archives: Farmers’ markets
Some of the goings on around my neck of the woods…
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
Look what my darling Mr Bee made for me last weekend: It is Sheila’s Pudding from Jamie Oliver’s Return of the Naked Chef made with Queensland winter-grown strawberries and frozen Victorian organic blueberries. Heaven!
:: Soup season continues its yummy way through the cold using my frozen chicken stock from earlier in the year :: Blueberry muffins! Nuff said 🙂 :: The best apply crumble I’ve ever made, flavoured with lemon rind and ginger, … Continue reading
I’ve finally made my way through most of my box of tomatoes. Let me show you all the goodies I’ve made…. Tomato sauce/ketchup. This stuff is to die for and the original reason why I snapped up the box, but … 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
I became a vegetarian at the ripe old age of eight. Or should I say I became an ethical vegetarian then because, though my mother was very understanding, trying to provide a meat and meatless meal each night for her … Continue reading