Danish Pastries Made With Hundred Percent Whole Wheat Flour

It takes me about three days to make these Danish pastries made with 100% whole wheat flour – two if my sourdough starter is already bubbling strongly. I normally start preparing the dough for these pastries at the same time I bake bread because then my sourdough starter is highly […]


Make Your Own Tumeric Powder

Tumeric is so much a part of Asian cuisine. I used to watch my mum and grandmother put a dash of tumeric in almost all their dishes, especially the curries. The amount was so small, I never thought tumeric contributed a significant taste to the dish. Today I know it […]


Aioli With Garlic Fermented In Raw Honey

Aioli With Garlic Fermented In Raw Honey Towards the end of 2015, I received a parcel from a French lady, who lives in a small village at the border of Switzerland. Inside the parcel, I found an assortment of French tokens from regional wine to chocolate coated biscuits. The biscuits […]


Cherry Chocolate Oats Bliss Balls 1

Having three square meals a day is said to be the healthier option to snacking.¬† Or if you are inclined that way tea might become the fourth square meal. The English certainly can’t claim to be guardians of the tea culture [I mean the meal not the beverage] as it […]


Indian village food in Sydney

Indian Village Food In Sydney

During a recent trip to Sydney my husband took me to a surprise dinner at Indu restaurant that served Indian village food in Sydney. ¬†Knowing I like fresh country food, he decided we should find out what Indian village food in Sydney is like. Sam Price, owner of Indu, had […]


Pears From Our Apple Tree 3

So excited about our first bunch of pears from our apple tree. For seven years Kevin, my husband, had this tree and it had not produced a single fruit as no one had been tending to it. When we got married and I came over to live on the farm, […]