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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
We bought an ice cream maker. The first batch was chocolate and I was far too concerned with enjoying it to even think about taking a photo. It was quite possibly the best chocolate ice cream I have ever eaten. … 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
Mr Bee and myself cycled the Tallarook to Yea (and return) length of the newish Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail on Easter Saturday. Despite the weather forecast, it was a beautiful sunny day and the rail trail itself was … 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