Allow me please to introduce my friend, fellow cook and food blogger, Jane Smith a.k.a. The Shady Baker. Jane lives with her husband, Terry, and their young family on a sheep property in Western New South Wales. Jane and Terry are both fourth generation sheep farmers and their main family business is in wool, beef and lamb production. On the property, sheep are slaughtered and prepared by Terry for the family's own consumption, while Jane has a keen interest in baking bread and growing fruit and vegetables.
I'm delighted that Jane has agreed share her method for roast lamb served with summer vegetables, hummus and sourdough rolls with us, just in time for the weekend. So, let's take a drive out into the country with Jane and Terry, and enjoy a baked dinner with them. Read more about Jane and her love of food at her lovely blog.
Guest Post on Limes and Lycopene
I'm delighted to have been invited by Kathryn Elliott, nutritionist and freelance food and cookery writer, to contribute a guest post to her occasional series around the theme of what makes it easier to eat well?
I 'met' Kathryn on Twitter and am inspired by her love of vegetables and the wonderful recipes she shares on her blog. Kathryn says that while she might occasionally write about a nutrition concept or current health topic, she mostly concentrates on actual food – how to buy it, cook it and eat it.
Kathryn has a particular focus on vegetables, because she feels that most people don’t eat anywhere near enough. Pop in to Limes and Lycopene, say hello to Kathryn and read my frank and fearless account, and perhaps humorous, account of 'a hippopotamus on the roof eating chocolate'.
Pepe Saya's Butter Balls
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