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August 21, 2019

It’s not really been the winter for comfort food, but the recent cold snap had me all keen for some slow cooked deliciousness, a big fire and good company - plus a nice glass of red! So out went the invitations and voilà, braised shanks in red wine were on the menu.

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March 8, 2019


Life on the farm continues from one season to the next, with us waving goodbye to the longest and hottest summer I can remember.  For those who are climate change deniers it was apparently hotter in 1910,  but happily I wasn't there to swelter on that occasion. This h...

October 4, 2018


 

These school holidays have flown by.  We've had a lot happening with visitors, lamb marking, Mungery picnic races and a whirlwind of catch ups and get togethers.  Which I've totally loved, mainly because (drought aside) Spring is just the most glorious time on the fa...

September 20, 2018

The recent rains have definitely fallen into the too little, too late category; but they have created a grassy green tinge that makes my step oh, so much lighter.  The joy of getting outdoors and seeing the animals hit that greenery for the first time is uplifting.  Th...

July 5, 2018

This recipe was sent to me by a fellow farmer by the name of Ben Smith whom I met on a communications course a year or so ago. Their family are wheat farmers to the north of here. I have attached the picture of the recipe because its charming and reminds me of Mum and...

June 21, 2018

This is a tried and tested recipe from way back in the dreamtime. I was reminded of it recently when I was perusing "The Cooks Companion" by Stephanie Alexander. As she says its an old fashioned soup (my recipe comes from Nanna Queenie, but they are almost identical).

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