It was a rather lonely morning for us. Luckily we had the company of the working bee participants and so we all dug a bit, planted some, chatted a lot and swapped a few. Perhaps your gardens are mostly dry like ours but even if you have a sprig of parsley, just come along and … Continue reading March 2013 Swap
We had these for many of our meals last week when summer did not want to leave us. And to think that we've only found out about how delicious figs are about 7 years ago. It still took us a year or 2 before we actually realised what we've been missing. The only fig we … Continue reading Fig season
All gardening enthusiasts, please take note. Opportunities to contribute to the gardens at Ainslie Parklands Primary School for the next 4 swaps. Please check out the poster below. There are vegetable gardens, fruit trees, bush tucker and many other areas for you to explore. All welcome!
We brought a few of this tiny chillies to the last swap. Don't be fooled by its size, it's small but hot. According to wikipedia, it measures 50,000 - 100,000 Scoville units. That sure sounds very hot but I don't need the numbers to tell me it's hot! We call this 'cili padi' in Malay … Continue reading Bird’s eye chilli