Kawakawa + Ginger Tea

Kawakawa has a special place in my heart – it was the first ‘real’ (ie not from a bag) herb tea I ever made many moons ago. Such a powerful healer – 72 medicinal uses according to Murdoch Reilly’s “Maori Healing and Herbal” – and I was at the time healing up from wicked eczema. […]

Roasted Broccoli Millet Salad

This is my kind of feed. Nourishing, simple and so delicious! Salty, roasted broccoli is one of my favs. Serves 2. 1 broccoli, chopped into similar sized pieces4 T good olive oil2c stock – vegetable or chicken 1 c millet (or any grain you like)1 tsp soft butter 1 garlic clove grated finely on a […]

Fried Green Tomatoes

A crunchy fried morsel, with a tangy gooey middle to use the last of the green tomatoes and bring you joy. If you haven’t already met – let me introduce you to one of my favourite things… Fried Green Tomatoes For one good sized, green tomato 1 egg1/4 cup of flour1/4 cup of dried breadcrumbs. […]

The Shellout Bean Harvest + A Comforting Bean Stew

The shellout beans are harvested and dried. Those jars of pretty beans in the pantry are my most satisfying preserve. From an easy to grow, harvest + preserve crop comes a very meaningful store of fibre and protein. Have a go next year, you wont be disappointed. A comforting bean stew This is yum. Such […]