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November 4, 2019

I love, love, love, love custard!  

This is a fool-proof custard recipe - it sets well every time.  Taste just before finishing for sweetness and vanilla.  I always make a large batch, but you can halve or quarter the recipe.

I serve this alone on the first nig...

October 10, 2019

Cultivate (verb):  try to acquire or develop a quality or skill; try to improve or develop

Community (noun):  the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes or interests in common.

- Oxford Dictionary

Cultivating Community focuses on ways you can build community aro...

October 9, 2019

I've been experimenting with sourdough breads lately.  A beautiful Steiner Kindy teacher gave me her gluten-free bread recipe and brown-rice starter; I have to say this is the perfect bread for a family - it's wheat- and gluten-free, makes a large loaf that keeps well...

October 9, 2019

My daughter loves to make bread and she created this special fig and walnut loaf using a buckwheat and sorghum starter.  The molasses gives this bread beautiful colour and adds extra minerals to it, including iron.

To make the leaven:

Leftover buckwheat & sorghum starter

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October 9, 2019

This recipe was given to me by a beautiful Israeli woman whom I adore!  It make the absolute best falafel I have ever tasted.  My kids love to help fry the batter (and taste test it too).  Make these falafel when there is extra coriander in the garden threatening to bo...

October 4, 2019


Verdurette is the original soup flavouring, but unlike its cousins of today – ultra-processed bouillon cubes or powder – it is made with wholefoods. 

Basically, it’s a formula or template to follow and you can create different flavours based on what’s in season and in...

October 4, 2019

I've been making and using digestive bitters for several years now and I love them! 

Digestive bitters have been around for centuries, used to aid digestion by stimulating digestive enzymes, stomach acid and bile, as well as stimulating the liver.  Bitters can also cal...

September 28, 2019

Thought I would post a less "instagramable" pic of life instead. This is my Friday afternoon kitchen halfway through cleaning up and emptying the shopping baskets.

I do my shop on Friday after my morning of Kitchen Garden Program. First I go to the farmer's market in...

September 6, 2019

This is my favourite way to eat greens - Spinach Provencal.....cheesy and buttery and garlic-y!


Ingredients:
4 tablespoons butter
Large onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, finely diced
2 bunches of greens, shredded (I used spinach, silverbeet/chard and various kales)
3 eggs,...

August 25, 2019


Remember earlier in the week I posted about meal prep? I mentioned making stock and roasting extra veggies to use in soups later in the week; well, here's this week's soup....Curried Pumpkin Soup with Coconut Cream.

Ingredients:
Coconut oil
Large onion, chopped
Seaso...

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