'I blame milk. That unassuming, ubiquitous white substance that we take for granted in Australia. It was cow's milk that turned my life around, and set me on a path that has changed not only my way of living but also my world view. Yes, that innocent stuff that comes from the bovine udder was the inspiration to help me make the move from gritty, urban inner Sydney to impossibly lush green Tasmania. From a clean and cushy life to one that involves—quite literally—mud, blood and tears. And to the non-food types among you (apparently there are some out there), the story seems more unlikely with every telling.'
Matthew Evans loves winter, in fact he adores it, evidenced by the introduction to his latest offering Winter on the Farm - Heartwarming Food for the Cold Months. "Winter is ... a time of hiberation, with less work to do in the garden and more excuses to pull up the pouf, get out the granny rug for the legs and read a book," he writes. Yeah Matthew, I'm hearing you!
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