Posts Tagged tasmanian food blog
This post is from about a month ago for but is still timely because the spring rains haven’t seemed to stop and the fishing is continues to be slow. That day we sat on the end of the jetty for a few hours in the pissing rain for only a handful of fish. One fish […]
I went out floundering with a mate the other night and manged to spear a few for breakfast the next day. Full write up on Smith Journal.
I love quail and I love wing dings. So I thought I would combine the two – well sort of. For those who don’t know wing dings are those little fried pieces of gold that you find in bain maries at servos across the country. My local butcher always has a god supply of quail […]
Fresh lemons are in season right now and that makes me pretty excited, as they are one of my favourite flavours (along with basil, mint, vanilla etc!). We sadly don’t have a fruit producing lemon tree (yet) but luckily one of the ladies at work kindly brought in several bags of them from her tree […]
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 […]