A birthday cake

Posted by on Dec 3, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

To live for vegan raw chocolate cake Centre 300ml rice milk 1 teaspoon of agar 500 g soft tofu cap of vanilla 200g of dark chocolate Fruit Base 200g choc biscuits (subst ground nuts, seeds, grains etc) 75 ml macadamia oil Method: Centre: Warm the milk and dissolve the agar. Add the tofu and stick […]

Other places cicadas like to shed

Posted by on Nov 21, 2010 in Blog | 2 Comments

If you stand still for long enough


Posted by on Nov 21, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Working away on the NImbin Food Security Project

Posted by on Nov 19, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

I’m retro-actively cleaning up the project management and making sure that all the expenses and activities are accounted for. It’s not the most exciting part of the job but it is a great way to reflect on what we have done so that I can clearly present it to others.

A Naked Lady in the garden!

Posted by on Nov 17, 2010 in Blog | One Comment

I love this time of year, these gals come out in the most unexpected places.

The Harvest Basket

Posted by on Nov 17, 2010 in Blog, Gardening | One Comment

Real organic food, no labels, certification or packaging. It's a trust system & the custodians of this garden trust me. I record how much food I get from the garden. I only pick what I need. That is only what I can eat before the food dies. Eating fresh means harvesting more often, I like […]

Animals Taking Over!

Posted by on Aug 24, 2008 in Blog | 3 Comments

There has been a surge of spring time animals around our house recently!

An Auspicious day in our Subtropical Paradise

Posted by on Oct 31, 2007 in Blog, Gardening | 3 Comments

Our first pineapple.

Websters Creek

Posted by on Sep 24, 2007 in Blog | 2 Comments

Webster’s Creek – 23/9/07


Posted by on Aug 26, 2007 in Blog | One Comment

A week without sunshine was broken this morning with clear blue skies. The birds, frogs and plants all singing.