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from the dirt comes autumn pleasures

Wild mushroom and pancetta soup (with added porcini and heaps of Bruny Island Pepper) One of my favourite things in life is tackling the whole process of making a meal from scratch, especially taking joy in the sourcing of ingredients (not saucing…although that can be fun too). It’s not just a matter of going to […]

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the last zucchini

The inevitable season change has come and my summer veg is looking a little worse for wear. The extra moisture and cool temperature have turned my lovely looking zucchini plants into a pile of sad sack rubbish looking foliage. They’re covered in a mildew substance yet to be identified (don’t really care what and please […]

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tortilla espanola

Don’t you think this should be the flagship meal for backyard farmers? It’s a meal that comes completely from DIY efforts. The eggs, potatoes and onions all ours. The salad plucked from from our garden. Very rewarding. And tastes like success. I’m sure my Spanish grandfather would have been proud. Maybe not. Who knows.

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