Food September 15, 2018

Spring milk ricotta with honey and kunzea pikelets

Even milk has seasonality. Developments in agriculture that have seen variation diminish can be seen in both a positive and negative light. However, the difference in a milk from a spring pasture should be celebrated. I have the good fortune of knowing …

Food September 8, 2018

Provençale fish soup

We talk a lot about waste these days. And a great deal about the horrendous pilfering of the oceans and the devastating effect this will have on our futures and the future of the planet. It is a subject many of us grapple with every day in our choices. …

Food September 1, 2018

Grilled mud crab with curry butter

I was lucky enough to recently find myself on an immense cattle station in the Gulf of Carpentaria with a group of friends. This particular station runs Brahman cattle, the seemingly naturalised breed that is in abundance in the north. Curiously, this …

Food August 25, 2018

Saffron and currant buns

The delicious teatime treat of saffron and currant buns, also known as revel buns, is native to the countryside of Cornwall. And while the mention of saffron may conjure images of Buddhist monks in flowing robes, this saffron snack rose to prominence …

Food August 18, 2018

Artichokes à la barigoule

The window in which to pick artichokes is very short. They go from being young, tender and a joy to prepare to a stringy and tough time-waster, which makes absolute sense considering they are a thistle. This, combined with their short shelf life, means …