The problem with leaving a blog unattended for such long periods of time is that so much journey takes place in that time, that the regular reader is left with pieces missing from the story. I know it would be impossible for me to relate everything that has happened in my life since last I […]
Today, for the first time in months I got my hands dirty in the garden again. We had planted some purple climbing beans and three of them had come up. One very strong, one intermediate and one a little behind the others, we planted out the stronger ones and It felt so good to be […]
This beautiful and moving video details the first time that 752 hens had seen sunshine after being rescued by Edgar’s Mission Australia when a farmer decided not to keep caged egg layers any longer.
That the urbanette’s farm will be reborn? It is very possible. There will be homegrown vegetables at least. No Chickens just yet, but the garden will definitely be happening — already is! Stay tuned.
A low fat, high fiber alternative using roasted pumpkin with cinnamon in place of bechamel sauce. Healthy Vegetable Lasagne Preheat oven to 180 degrees C. ¼ of a blue or ½ a butternut pumpkin, deseeded, skin on and thinly sliced 1 zucchini halved lengthwise and sliced 1 onion finely diced 1-2 cloves of garlic finely […]
Originally posted on Hope Gardens:
Veggie gardens need special care. Vegetable plants are prone to all sorts of disease and fungus. They are highly sought after by pests both big and teeny teeny tiny. A slight negative change in their environment can cause them to stop producing. And we aren’t happy when our veggie garden…
A can of tuna might be small in size, but Australians consume a whopping 250 million a year. The thing is, John West, Coles and other brands don’t actually catch their own fish. Like many brands, they buy from Thai canneries supplied by huge fishing fleets in the Pacific. By shifting the Australian market, we […]