Easy Vegetable and Sausage Quiche

Fennel an Fennel and leek are mild and work well together in this quiche and the addition of the Cheddar cheese, Kransky and mushrooms add bursts of extra flavour. This is an easy quiche to make because all the elements can be prepared ahead, even the shortcrust pastry, leaving only the assembly and the whisking of the eggs and cream. If you don’t have cream … Continue reading Easy Vegetable and Sausage Quiche

Rich Split Pea and Smoked Ham Soup

There is nothing more delicious than a rich, thick split pea and smoked ham soup. In fact, a recent study has shown that bone broth made from dry-cured ham bones may be beneficial for heart health. So even more goodness from this classic soup. With the long cooking the peas melt into the liquid and the potatoes thicken the soup further as they break down … Continue reading Rich Split Pea and Smoked Ham Soup

What to Plant in October

The following is a list of vegetables and herbs you can plant in October in Sydney, a temperate zone. Just click on the name for the growing guide for each vegetable or herb: Plant of the Month- The spectacular Clivia The beautiful Clivia is a herbaceous under storey plant native to southern Africa that has adapted to low light conditions and is long lived. The … Continue reading What to Plant in October