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San Marzano Marinara Sauce

An article from the New York Times convinced me to try San Marzano peeled whole tomatoes to make Marinara sauce. These tomatoes from Italy’s Sarnese Nocerino Area, close to the famous Mount Vesuvius volcano, are sweeter and more flavorful than American ones. 216 more words


Easy Chimichurry

So I made this batch of chimichurry this week, an I have been putting it on EVERYTHING! I love garlic, so I made several batches of baked french fries and poured this on top to make garlic fries… i flavored soups with it, dipped every type of meat i ate in it… simply put… I am a big fan. 148 more words



Did you ever have one of those days when you have the greatest intentions, but….something falls flat. Today. Not the day’s fault; far from it! The air was warm, sun out, lovely. 366 more words


Allotment update 22nd April 2018

Our allotment is looking so much better, SPT has been working hard. We have harvested horseradish and rhubarb so far this year and also picked some daffodils. 75 more words


Anchovy, Richmond - Melbourne

Bianca: A restaurant named after one of our least favourite fishes, how was this dinner going to pan out? Anchovy offers a modern Aust/Asian menu with an all-female team. 553 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Wild garlic and mushroom toastie

This cheesy goodness is a perfect lunch or breakfast recipe, if you need to satisfy your savoury tooth. The buttery toasted bread with melted cheese, fried mushrooms and a nice, strong taste of wild garlic is, oh, so delicious.  162 more words


Home Garden for Spring 2018

This year since I have the luxury of having a full sun plot away from the house I’m just focusing on the fun things here at home rather than the more industrial crops like beets. 555 more words

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