Food

Grilled spatchcock with garlic, chilli & spring onion

July 2011

Top Sydney chef Mark Jensen is passionate about making sustainable food choices – from buying seasonal produce and growing your own vegies to using all parts of the animal. His striking new book, The Urban Chef, includes simple recipes and evocative photography mixed with hints and inspiration about ethical food production and consumption.

Lamb breast rolled & stuffed with mince, pine nuts & coriander

July 2011

Top Sydney chef Mark Jensen is passionate about making sustainable food choices – from buying seasonal produce and growing your own vegies to using all parts of the animal. His striking new book, The Urban Chef, includes simple recipes and evocative photography mixed with hints and inspiration about ethical food production and consumption.

What to do with too many organic pumpkins

June 2011

Pumpkins are one of those easy-grow organic crops that are incredibly prolific. PHIL DUDMAN shares his tips for storing your excess along with a warming pumpkin recipe for winter.

Organic cooking is easy - try our Organic Vegie Frittata

Organic Vegetable Peasant-style Frittata

April 2011

Try our tried and tested, no fail organic vegie peasant-style frittata recipe, thanks to Jacqueline Forster. It’s delicious and super-easy to make, and makes use of your vegie garden’s yield!

Ceylon spinach challenge

March 2011

Ceylon spinach is a fantastic plant to grow in summer to provide lots of leafy greens from the organic garden when other favorites are out of season. Some find it a little slimey when cooked, but PHIL DUDMAN has discovered the secret to preparing this vegetable with some yummy Ceylon spinach recipes.

Need inspiration for your cucumber yields? Read on!

Asian Cucumber Salad

March 2011

More cucumbers than you can cope with? PHIL DUDMAN shares another tasty recipe for enjoying this most prolific summer crop.

Watermelon juice with a hint of strawberry is a winner.

Thirst-quenching gardens

November 2010

LINDA COCKBURN believes in not just growing her own food, but growing her own drinks as well. Here are her ideas for some delicious ‘drinks from the garden’ to enjoy.

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