Coated in some olive oil before being roasted or pan fried, they make a useful garnish or salad! Click here for: Blog post – Strahan – Remarkable Remoteness!
These are very refreshing, with a bit of crunch. Parbake or parboil the florets, then season with curry powder and some lemon juice or vinegar! Click here for: Blog post – Festive Season 2018 – Wrap Up!
This recipe produces lovely bread with minimal time, fuss, effort and worry. It really does work! Click here for: Blog post – Matt Preston’s No-Knead Bread
This is our version of an exotic Champagne-style cocktail. It is quite affordable and very popular with our friends. Click here for: Blog post – Champagne-style Cocktail – With Pernod!
Flavoured oils are simple to make. Use them to splash or drizzle over pizzas, pasta, salads, eggs or whatever takes your fancy! Click here for: Blog post – Made At Home – No. 4
The key ingredient is the dill seed, not the green herby part. Pickling is so easy and so rewarding. Tracking down dill seed is the hard part! Click here for: Blog post – Made At Home – No. 3 Recipe pdf – Dill Pickles
Fill a salt grinder with rock salt or salt flakes and add whatever herbs and aromatics you have on hand. Click here for: Blog post – Made At Home – No. 1
As kids we made damper in its most basic form, from flour and water. Modern recipes include more, like butter, beer and wattleseed. Click here for: Blog post – Recipes for Australia Day Recipe pdf – Beer and Wattlesdeed Damper