Hi folks, So today, I was looking at my overflowing coriander pot and felt so guilty about hardly using it. Keep in mind that I have another pot started with seeds as I turn these over every 6-8…Continue
This was the recipe I used today for the lemon curd tea cake that everyone enjoyed.Cake mixture300 grams Self Raising Flour120 grams Butter150 grams sugar2 eggLemon curd120 grams lemon juice120 grams…Continue
So, I have a problem at the moment. I have just worked through one bunch of 90 banana's-> banana muffins, banana smoothies, banana bread, frozen banana, dried banana and give aways. You name it,…Continue
Look what I got in my inbox!Dear Susan, You made an enquiry with us quite a while ago now. Sorry for taking so long to get this ready for you. We now have 8 of the Chestnut - Winchester available.…Continue
How is everyone's garden growing now that we are getting some lovely rain? Mine is just looking glorious and is keeping me super busy. I'm so excited at some firsts that are happening with the garden. Namely the grapes!! Been in the ground 2 years and my carolina black from Daley's is just glorious. I have about 6 bunches on the vine but this is the largest. Check! IT! OUT! I have a question for the grape growers amongst us. I'm wanting to know if I need to…Continue
My garden is really coming into it's own at the moment despite the lack of water. All my washing machine water is going on the garden and I refuse to not water my food crops when needed. I have tried to reduce my reliance on pesticides etc and have been hoping that nature can do its thing. I planted a bug and butterfly mix by green harvest and have massive queen anne's lace, borage and another pretty flower that I have no clue about. I am seeing more…Continue
Well busy, busy days. Starting to slowly transition the garden to more summer crops. But when you are harvesting this (200g beans, 200g snow peas, 2kg tomatoes, 1.5 kg broccoli, 200 g strawberries, 250 g Zucchini, handful of baby carrots cause I always over plant, Pak choi, lettuce and silverbeet whenever I want it) it's hard to pull anything else out to make room as everything is still so productive. …Continue
Wow, how warm was today? This winter has barely seen me slow down. I hate the cold - coming from subtropical north queensland I would always dream of when the days turned warmer. There was about 2 weeks of "cold" and since then, the weather has mostly been gorgeous. Unfortunately, that means those feral fruit fly haven't stopped in my yard. They are only attacking the trombonccino at the moment so that's ok - I just snap of the bottom and the rest is fine to use.