Archive for 'charcuterie'
I love to make things from scratch. Whether that be bread, cheese or meat I get great satisfaction making things that most people would only ever dream of buying from a supermarket. Last year I did a lot of cheese making, but it meant my meat making suffered. Both require a fridge to be kept […]
I was lucky enough to be one of 500 Humans selected to visit Canberra this weekend to be part of the Human Brochure – An innovative campaign organised by Australian Capital Tourism to highlight what Canberra has to offer. There were four streams offering different experiences depending on your interests. Of course I was part […]
I’m not usually one for showing off, but this month I want to shout it from the rooftops “I’VE MADE SOME AWESOME MEAT THIS YEAR!” All thanks to an incredible idea bloggers Mrs. Wheelbarrow and The Yummy Mummy dreamed up a year ago. Charcutepalooza gave me the chance to learn how to make some of […]
Eleven down one to go. I can’t quite believe how much I have learnt in the last year: from bacon to corned beef, sausages to terrine, I have turned often cheap cuts of meat into some amazing, meaty delights. And this month is no different, presenting the “piece de resistance” the salami. This month we […]
In the real world I work with children with Autism. For any of you who knows anyone with Autism you will know that many people with Autism have similar personality traits. People with Autism tend to have a special interest; they often like to stick to a routine; their special interest is often a large […]