Today we look at curly kale and wonder what all the fuss is about. To juice or bake? That is the question. This leafy member of the cabbage family is now everywhere. So what can you do to get on board the trend? [Read more…] about Hail curly kale? What’s the fuss about?
Lemons are plentiful at this time of year, so here are some great uses for your lovely lemons that everyone can enjoy. [Read more…] about Lemon season – 5 great uses for lemons
Recently, we had the great pleasure of going mushroom picking with a friend who lives near a pine plantation. Being city folk, we don’t have a strong connection with food from its source, so it was a real joy and huge educational experience to go looking for edible mushrooms with the kids. [Read more…] about Food from the source – pine mushrooms
Quince season is coming to an end in Australia, and now is the perfect time to poach them or make quince paste. Great in crumbles or served with custard or ice cream for a quick dessert. The Owl and the Pussycat dined on slices of quince (which they ate with a runcible spoon). Here PlanBuyCook shows you how to poach quince to perfection so you can dance by the light of the moon. [Read more…] about In season: poached quince