I must say, my ginger harvest this year is nothing short of sensational. I’m enjoying massive returns with very little effort. That’s the fun in growing ginger; you … Continue reading →
Having just moved house we haven’t quite got the garden bed established as yet. I was having withdrawals not being able to pop out into the garden to pick at least some herbs.
Thank goodness for pots, I have gone … Continue reading →
Corn is a demanding crop. It wants everything you can throw at it… lots of compost and manure before planting, regular feeding with organic fertilisers and plenty of water… but the harvest makes … Continue reading →
We had such a great time presenting at this years Melbourne International Flower Show. Phil talked eggplants and I cooked them. It was a very popular dish, so give this Szechuan eggplant dish a whirl. … Continue reading →
I live in the … Continue reading →
I’m a bit of a raver when I get going, and one thing that’s guaranteed to get me going every time is ginger. It’s just so incredibly easy to grow and I’ve been on a mission to get ginger lovers … Continue reading →