Make the most of seasonal salad ingredients this Christmas!

Make the most of seasonal salad ingredients this Christmas!

10-12-2013

If you could pick any salad ingredient that reminded you of Christmas, what would it be?... Read more

Green gold brings wasabi tears of joy

Green gold brings wasabi tears of joy

26-11-2013

Do wait in terrified anticipation for your nostril hairs to start burning and your eyes to water after taste bite of wasabi? Or are you one of those people who loves the sensation?... Read more

Listen closely, it’s harvest time for delicious asparagus

Listen closely, it’s harvest time for delicious asparagus

07-11-2013

It’s pitch black and quiet — very quiet. It’s what you might expect at 4.30 in the morning. But if you put your ear to the ground and listen closely, you might just hear a swift cutting noise. It’s coming from a group of... Read more

Big-hearted salad growers share their love

Big-hearted salad growers share their love

03-11-2013

Local Western Australian growers shared their freshly harvested produce and salads daily with thousands through Love my Salad - the social salad network, during the Perth Royal Show in Western Australia.... Read more

Discover delicate fruity flavours and sweet herbal aromas with Australian capers

Discover delicate fruity flavours and sweet herbal aromas with Australian capers

22-10-2013

When I mention capers, do you instantly think of the smaller preserved flower bud or the juicy berry?... Read more

A self-made salad buffet at the Archstoyanie Festival

A self-made salad buffet at the Archstoyanie Festival

10-10-2013

Mid-June, the lettuce plants arrive. The schoolkids and teachers can’t wait to get on with the planting. Arkadiy Nesterovich from Rijk Zwaan and two cultural managers are helping out; no doubt at all in their minds that... Read more

Canola flowers ready to brighten salads

Canola flowers ready to brighten salads

25-09-2013

It’s a vibrant yellow, has an aroma as sweet as honey and a fresh delicate taste. That’s canola, according to Mark Modra, who produces 1,000 tonnes of it each year on the outskirts of Port Lincoln as well as east of Edillilie... Read more

Chia hailed as nature’s complete ‘superfood’

Chia hailed as nature’s complete ‘superfood’

10-09-2013

This is what I ate for breakfast this morning... and I just had to tell you about it! A delicious concoction of quinoa, goji berries, bee pollen and chia seeds.... Read more

Opportunity abounds to incorporate honey into your salads

Opportunity abounds to incorporate honey into your salads

29-08-2013

Let’s talk about honey... and how its natural sweetness and smooth creamy texture complements the fresh bitterness and crunchy character of salad ingredients to produce a delectable combination of flavours that have you coming... Read more

Embrace nutritional goodness bursting from spinach leaves

Embrace nutritional goodness bursting from spinach leaves

15-08-2013

A winter super food! Popeye certainly knew it and now we’re all embracing the nutritional goodness bursting from the leaves of spinach.... Read more

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