Posts Tagged bruny island
Another in our series for Smith Journal. This time we went on a bit of a winter road trip to Bruny Island to grab some oysters from a mates farm to make cider battered oysters. Batter 1 cup of apple cider (I used quite a dry one) 1 cup of flour Salt Canola oil for […]
Earlier this week Dad and I had planned to head out flathead fishing, but we had heard of some Atlantic salmon escaping from one of the fish farms down the Channel so we quickly changed our plans. You don’t really have to get up early for Atlantics, so we kept gentlemans hours for this trip […]
No fish today – mainly due to the guy in the top photo. He must have been pretty full by the time we pulled stumps. Sausages for tea it is then.
The other day we went down to the shack and dad and I got a few mussels off the moorings out the front with the plan to make mussels in a saffron sauce. I came up with this after I had been in Sweden and noticed they use a lot of cream and saffron in […]
There is something about this recipe that is very ‘me’! For starters it has peas and asparagus – two things I am very fond of, then it is a risotto which is nice and creamy and cheese-y, and thirdly it is a wonderful green colour and I absolutely love green! I frequently visit A Common […]