This is a multipart series of posts to give you the confidence and know-how to cure yummy olives yourself at home. You’ll obviously need fresh olives in order to even get started, and for some people this will be the trickiest part! I know some greengrocers in...read more
As the Easter weekend is approaching I thought I'd repost my recipe for sourdough hot cross buns - yum 🙂 WARNING - it takes a couple of days, so be prepared!read more
Cooking veggies in extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) increases the antioxidant-rich phenols of the vegetables. Phenols are known to be anti-inflammatory and have a preventative effect against cancers and chronic illnesses. They're present in vegetables and EVOO, but...read more
We grow two varieties of olive in our grove in the Coal River Valley; Picual and Manzanillo. Both are Spanish varieties (which is why if you "Adopt An Olive Tree", your tree will have a Spanish name!) They're both happy in our cool climate, and they help to pollinate...read more
This recipe is like a cross between cauliflower cheese and macaroni cheese, and it's perfect comfort food! The weather's picked up again in Tassie and we've got some beautiful sunny days as we head into autumn, but it was getting a bit chilly for a while and I dug...read more
Click here to read the February 2017 Newsletter, with news of my adventures in and out of the grove... [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="medium"...read more
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