• Affectionately called “the stinking rose”

    Affectionately called “the stinking rose”

    02-10-2014

    Garlic has numerous therapeutic benefits while having a characteristically pungent odour (great for repelling mosquitos), garlic (bursting with antioxidants) provides your immune system with the boost it needs to keep colds away.Given that antio... Read more

  • Roger's garlic soup

    Roger's garlic soup

    02-10-2014

    Known as the “Garlic Guru” of Australia, Roger Schmitke was the first person to grow a commercial crop of garlic in South Australia.“Garlic was considered a strange crop to grow in the district when I first started producing it. Firstly, I had the wrong surname — Schmitke is German, not Ital... Read more

  • Tomato and goat cheese salad with crisp tortillas

    Tomato and goat cheese salad with crisp tortillas

    30-09-2014

    A tasty tomato salad that is a meal on its own. The combination of flavours is sure to please.... Read more

  • Edible seaweed in salads and cooking

    Edible seaweed in salads and cooking

    29-09-2014

    In countries like China, Japan, and Korea, seaweed has formed part of the typical diet for centuries. In the last few years, the West has surrendered to the benefits of seaweed, a food of great importance in other countries.There are numerous edible ... Read more

  • Coral lettuce salad with melon and quince balls

    Coral lettuce salad with melon and quince balls

    27-09-2014

    I fancied a seasonal summer salad, very fresh and healthy so I bought a Piel de Sapo melon from the supermarket. I also bought some sweet quince jelly and a mixture of re and green coral (lollo) lettuce. At home I had some walnuts so I decided to make a simple balsamic vinaigrette dressing... Read more

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