Growing up, I heard of the Quandong, however, I had never seen, harvested, or tasted Quandong until recent years.
The good old Scone! There’s a reason why these are a spoken treasure and it's because when made correctly they are a delight that is achievable by anyone.
Me? I am a camper, but if the extra items are there to turn it into glamping I'll embrace the opportunity.
It’s beautiful when things grow - Last Christmas, my mum gave me an almond tree. I didn't think that I would see seeds on it in less than 12 months.
I met Billie when I was helping out at a function at Adelaide Museum for Warndu back in March.
The Burdekin plum gives me similar warm soul feelings as when I see Saltbush.
Just so we're all on the same page, I am not an experienced gardener, I have no idea what I am doing, I like to give things a craic and then if they don't work - I don't do it again hahaha.
I dare you to make these delights. You can do it. They may not be as fabulous as the ones available at markets or bakeries, have a go, if anything, it will make you appreciate the croissant even more.
Okay, so truth be told I only started working with Warrigal greens for the first time this year, and I'm in love with them.
Both neighbours on either side of me have lemons trees with an abundance of lemons
The photo of the salt bush I planted on my yard over a year ago. When I purchased 6 tube plants, they thought I was mad.
This is certainly a comfort food 💕 ..... Welsh Rarebit or as I heard for the first time Welsh Rabbit.