October Newsletter

October Newsletter

New L’Abbruzzese Organic Pastas Adrian at L’Abbruzzese has introduced me to an expanded range of their organic, Australian pastas. Made in Adelaide by an Italian family, these are the best dried pastas I know of and are so reasonably priced, compared to others I have seen. See more here….. Pat and Lina’s Wild Olives Everyone … Continue reading

Green Peppercorns…. a story

Green Peppercorns…. a story

From The Pantry side of my business I want to stock your pantry with the purest products available; free from chemicals, low in food miles and direct from farmers and makers, wherever possible. This is how I choose to eat and I cannot sell anything that compromises this philosophy.  Since most spices, even today, are grown in … Continue reading

A Wild and Woolly Tasmanian Spring at GaSP

A Wild and Woolly Tasmanian Spring at GaSP

I have a new crop of beautiful, English watering cans sprouting in The Garden Shed and Pantry (GaSP) for helping to germinate your seeds and to keep them gently watered until being planted out in the garden. I also have a huge range of Tasmanian (Southern Harvest) and Italian (Franchi) seeds for growing your way … Continue reading

September Sourdough and Cultured Butter Workshop

September Sourdough and Cultured Butter Workshop

The September workshop date is Friday, September 22nd, 7.30pm – 9pm and Sat. September 23rd, 8.30am – 10am. You must come to both sessions. $55. To read about my sourdough workshops, click here. For bookings of the September workshop click here. To book, add your EMAIL (NOT your name, even if I know you) to the booking sheet link … Continue reading

July Newsletter

July Newsletter

Here are the headlines from the latest news at The Garden Shed and Pantry. Don’t miss out! You can read the full newsletter here. Why not subscribe? Four Leaf orders please I am about to do another order so, if you need something special or something in large quantities or feed wheat for chooks etc, … Continue reading