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June 2013 Blog Posts (4)

2013 WINTER JUNE TO AUGUST

The season has started off wet. Gray and wet. Not so cold as it was a couple of weeks back though. Looks like a good season for toms - I have seed planted and volunteers growing everywhere.

Not sure what these are. I expected they were non-acid cherry volunteers but they're too big. Could be one of the Giant…

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Added by Lissa on June 12, 2013 at 7:00 — 15 Comments

Random Update Stardate: 10.06.13 or What to do on a wet long weekend...

Here is my to do list of things to make on a wet weekend:

  1. jerky
  2. feta cheese
  3. bread (think I will go french)
  4. to go with the bread I'll whip out some homemade peanut paste
  5. harvest some silverbeet and make a leek, silverbeet and feta pie
  6. for after the pie dinner, better make some booze. 

Don't believe me?  Here's some pictorial proof.  First shot shows my rum, award winning Purple Onion Feta, jars of peanut butter and a bag…

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Added by Andrew Cumberland on June 10, 2013 at 18:18 — 7 Comments

Building a Pizza Oven

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Added by Craig Hogan on June 8, 2013 at 17:21 — 5 Comments

Startdate: 02.06.13 or A Lazy Sunday at Andy's

Here is an example of a lazy Sunday at Andy's.

I spring out of bed at the crack of 10.30 am.  Rozie has gone to the markets, so I make myself two fried eggs on home made turkish bread toast.  Sprinkle with shaved home made 6 month matured Swiss Farmhouse Cheddar.  Yum. 

Tidy kitchen, shower etc.  

Set up classroom ready for photography class at 12.30.  The practical is rained out. Will need to reschedule that so I finish by 5.  Afternoon tea consisted of a fresh made…

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Added by Andrew Cumberland on June 2, 2013 at 21:50 — No Comments

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