Organic Cooking

Mixed spices

Mixed spices

March 31, 2016

Home gardeners might consider spices too unusual and tricky to grow, but PENNY WOODWARD says there are good choices for warm and cool climates.

Putting the cole in slaw

December 13, 2013

Cabbages in December? Too right! JUSTIN RUSSELL gives tips for growing late brassicas and shares a delicious coleslaw recipe.

Vegetable and lamb casserole

Winter warmers

June 29, 2013

Winter calls for warming, hearty fare – think tasty casseroles filled with just-picked root veggies. PHIL DUDMAN and JULIE RAY share their thoughts.

Herbal Tea, grow your own

Herbal teas from the organic garden

May 20, 2013

If the cold, winter days are making you feel a little run down, then maybe a warm cup of tea made from some regular garden herbs is just the thing to lift your spirits, writes PHIL DUDMAN.

Rainbow connection

March 27, 2013

JUSTIN RUSSELL tells the story of the heirloom vegie poster boy, Rainbow Chard.

Peach meringue stack with peach syrup

Peach meringue stack with peach syrup

January 27, 2013

Join PHIL DUDMAN and JULIE RAY to celebrate the best of summer’s organic bounty with this festive fare featuring plump, perfect peaches.

Learn to scythe... and more

January 25, 2013

Scything, soil and sauerkraut are on the menu at an upcoming workshop weekend, SIMON WEBSTER reports.

Summer Apples

Apples for Christmas

December 21, 2012

JUSTIN RUSSELL picks his first apples of the season, and offers a cheery Christmas recipe using the fruit.

Asparagus and beef involtini with heirloom cherry tomatoes.

Asparagus royale

November 27, 2012

While its crisp, crunchy spears have long been coveted by royalty the world over, asparagus is a no-fuss prolific crop that makes for some tasty modern-day fare, say PHIL DUDMAN and JULIE RAY.

Wheat, Pete's Patch Hobart

Home Grown Wheat

November 23, 2012

A mini-plot of wheat at Pete’s Patch in Hobart's Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens has JUSTIN RUSSELL inspired to try home grain growing at his place.

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