Monthly Archives: October 2008

asparagus and savignon blanc


We ate the tarts before I had a chance to take the photos – they were sooo delicious. The wine was delicious too – a nice kiwi savignon blanc. This one from Braided River in Marlborough, New Zealand has more … Continue reading

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lazy ricotta gnocchi


To justify the arrival of Donna Hay magazine, and all the others that lie in piles around our home, I decided to actually cook from it this week. It was suprisingly easy to find four recipes that could feed us … Continue reading

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organic wholemeal blueberry muffins


I found some amazing organic wholemeal flour. It comes in a cotton sack, which is what caught my eye in the first place. I’d like to be the sort of person that seeks out the organicĀ  and always cooks with … Continue reading

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the garden is in …


It’s spring in Melbourne. Glorious Spring. The first warm afternoon we got busy outside and I dug over the garden. The compost bin in the corner of the backyard has been filling up with lawn clippings and vege scraps for … Continue reading

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