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Tag Archives: Inspiration
Some of the goings on around my neck of the woods… Advertisements
As I mentioned in my new years post, Mr Bee and I are working our way through Jamie Oliver’s 15 minute meals, cooking one recipe each a week. We’re having so much fun. It adds quite an amount of novelty … 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
Hello everyone, How are you? I hope you all had a wonderful and relaxing Christmas-New Year period. At Chez Bee it was all about family, friends and food. Oh and soaking up the way that time seems to slow down … 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!
Have you heard of the new internet TV show Urban Organic? Each episode is a 3 to 5 minute, professionally produced, interesting snapshot of what’s happening in the urban agriculture scene.