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5-minute recipe: Passionfruit Coconut Muffins

What do you do when your passionfruit finally ripen and the season for fruit salads and pavlovas is decidedly over? The only thing to do when you have five minutes for cooking: make muffins. This recipe is moist, tangy, moreish, … Continue reading

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January Garden guide & Happy New Year!

What do you do when life hands you lots of lemons – and grape leaves? Make dolmades!

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Composting tips – and workshop on Wed March 18

  “Old gardeners never die; they just very slowly turn into the most magnificent compost. But what a marvellous, active brew it is!” – Peter Cundall Different composting methods break down the material in different ways, using different helpers – so … Continue reading

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Summer Fruit Pancakes

Brekky is a bit local, organic and yum this morning! FRUITY PANCAKES RECIPE – serves 4 2 handfuls frozen blueberries (picked at The Blueberry Patch, Mt Compass, while on holidays) 2 nectarines, chopped (front garden) 1 cup wholewheat biodynamic flour … Continue reading

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Guest post: Seasonal Spotlight – Broad Beans

I haven’t shared a recipe for a while… so I’m happy to extend a warm (unseasonally warm in fact!) welcome to Erin of ‘She Cooks, She Gardens‘, with thanks for this guest blog post celebrating the humble broad bean…and I’ll … Continue reading

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Curried butternut and lentil soup

Sorry, I’m still banging on about pumpkin. This time it’s butternuts. They’re not my favourite pumpkins but I believe in having a couple of varieties going in case either of them succumbs to bugs or diseases. The butternut vines made … Continue reading

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Easy Spanakopita

Silverbeet has missed out in the vegetable marketing department. It’s like the ugly stepsister of baby spinach. Don’t get me wrong, I love baby spinach in a salad,  but when you want to feed a crowd on a budget and … Continue reading

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