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Tag Archives: Spring
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
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
It’s cold outside, wet too and there’s nothing quite like a big steamy bowl of soup with sourdough toast and butter. I hope your autumn is not too cold, has a bit more sun in it than mine and you … Continue reading
Before it’s too late and I miss ANOTHER month in my garden, here’s what’s been happening around my place in the last two months…. ::We’ve entered the hungry gap with plants mostly growing rather than producing food. But we have … Continue reading
When the heat of summer hits the last thing I feel like doing is making the kitchen hotter by cooking. And so we have lots of what we call “plates”. You could call them tasting plates or tapas or appertisers. … Continue reading
In the last few weeks in my kitchen I have… :: Burnt the pumpkin pie!!! No pictures of that disaster. It was salvageable though. We just had to miss out on the yummy crust. But the pie filling and base … Continue reading