I love kabana, a long thin sausage made of pork and originating in Poland. It has a characteristic smokey flavour and can be soft or dry like the familiar cabanossi. You can use either in this recipe but I have chosen the soft variety. It takes 150 g of best grade pork to make 100 g of kabana. You also have a choice of ‘hot’ … Continue reading Kabana, Ham and Beans in Tomato Sauce
Our friend Anita brought us a gift of her home baked Italian almond biscuits and we really loved them. She has kindly shared her recipe with us. These lovely biscuits have a crunchy, golden almond coating with a chewy almond center. They are so delicious and easy to make. Just use a quality almond meal and a good smooth apricot jam. The addition of a … Continue reading Anita’s Italian Almond Biscuits
The following is a list of vegetables and herbs that you can plant in January in Sydney, a temperate zone. Just click on the name for the growing guide for each vegetable or herb: Amaranth Beans (dwarf and climbing) Beetroot Carrot Chives Cucumber Eggplant seedlings Kohlrabi Lettuce Marrow Mustard Greens Okra seedlings Parsley Radish Rosella Silverbeet Sunflower Sweet corn Turnip Zucchini Plant of the Month … Continue reading What to Plant in January
A Happy New Year to all followers, gardeners and visitors to The Grantham Gardener. I wish you good health, prosperity, and peace. You may have wondered why the posts have been so sparse over the last months. I have been putting a lifetime of things into boxes. Over the last two years I have been locked down in Melbourne due to Covid19 and its restrictions … Continue reading Happy New Year 2022 !