Oct 252012

Today I saw the film Julie and Julia at St Andrews’ Hall. What a fun film it was. It made me think about going through our Pick Share Eat recipe book, recently launched at the Wattle Festival! Last night I cooked the Broccoli and snow pea stir fry recipe, using quite a few ingredients from our garden. It was very tasty!

Those of you with an elderberry tree might find enough flowers to make elderberry wine or champagne. If you make it now it will be ready for Christmas.

Local food-related events

Farmer’s Market, Montmorency Primary School, this Saturday.

“On the hill” this Sunday at Panton Hill. See our website calendar for more details.

Have you filled out the Edendale Food survey yet? It is an opportunity to have your say about the future direction of local food activities.

A new diary date – November 25, 11am -3pm. You are invited to join us for a casual conversation around local food issues and opportunities at Red Box Winery in Kangaroo Ground. We have a barbeque booked that is covered by a shade sail that will protect us from minor climatic issues. Antipasto and cheese plates are available to purchase or bring a picnic. Some very local grape product will also be available for purchase. We hope that you can join us and share your ideas for local food in 2013. RSVP – Robyn  email: rrcurrie2@bigpond.com.

Cafe Eden is now open at Edendale Farm in Eltham. café eden  sells direct trade coffee, homemade cakes, muffins,  lemonade and other healthy food options using fresh, seasonal and unprocessed produce which are sourced locally and using organic where available. They are open each day for breakfast, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for the next month after which time permanent trading hours will be decided.

Other food activities/information

A farm share story  from Kyogle, Queensland.

  One Response to “LFC News October 25 2012”

  1. Glad you enjoyed it Robyn. Delicious food from the boys at “Boy named Sue” across the road from the St Andrews Hall. J

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