if you also had such an excellent courgette season you may know the situation having more courgettes than you can ever eat, particularly if some of them get a bit out of size. those ones which are too big for … Continue reading →
some days ago i listened to a debate on the radio about the 20 cm courgette, which is usually offered by supermarkets. the critic was that the 20 cm dogma suggests that only this small courgettes are delicious.
in fact it is a kind of understatement to name this dish a fish soup, because it is a soup and a main course in one. you will cook your ingredients for the main course, fish, potatoes, carrots and courgette, … Continue reading →
if you ever had courgettes in your garden or on your balcony you know what i mean saying that courgettes are the gardeners best friend. particularly if you have more than one plant, you will always have at least one … Continue reading →
the salmon and courgette salad with feta and chervil is exactly what australian kitchen is famous for, a really great mixture of national cuisines. the japanese touch of the raw salmon and courgette, the european feta cheese, capers and chervil and some lemon zest is the australian icing on the cake. Continue reading →
at the end, minestrone is nothing else than a walk through the garden picking every ripe vegetable and cook them all at once. the great thing about these kind of soups is that you are not bound to the ingredients … Continue reading →
here comes the first big harvest of the main season and it makes me always very happy to see how all the things work and to know, this is just the beginning! we sowed the chard and beans in spring … Continue reading →
it is time for the next sowing round. now i will grow the more weather sensible plants indoor to plant them in may after the last night frosts. it is seeding time for celery, salad, cucumber, artichoke, courgette, pumkin and … Continue reading →