The other weekend Mr M suggested that we go on a picnic. I was thrilled at the idea – a picnic is really just eating and lounging, two of my favourite things! But I was less enthused when I realised we didn’t particularly have any picnic-friendly food on hand. So I did a ‘surprise chef’. I […]
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A month or two ago, Mr M attended a Cath Claringbold cooking class at the Essential Ingredient. My urgings to write a guest post on the experience have fallen on somewhat deaf ears. Nonetheless, an excellent outcome of the class is this recipe for quinoa tabouleh, which is quickly becoming a favourite around our house. I think it has […]
Posted in Culinary adventures on Jan 25th, 2010
Today we have a guest post from Saskia’s dad, Mr J: We first heard of the Otway Herb Farm on George Biron’s Sunnybrae blog. We are always looking for specialty herbs as a change from the industrially produced herbs supplied around Melbourne. So we headed off to discover the Otway Herb Farm at Biddles Road. The farm […]