Edible insects – http://news.nationalgeographic.com.au/news/2013/13/130514-edible-insects-entomophagy-science-food-bugs-beetles/
SALAD ALTERNATIVES – by Alison Drover
Asparagus (in season October/November) with coddled eggs and chopped pecans or macadamias
What you will need:
2 pots of boiling water one for eggs and one for asparagus. The eggs form the basis of your warm dressing so you need to be organized.
· 60ml vinegar
This was possibly just an excuse for sister Michael to play lots and lots of clips and songs from his favourite old disaster movies, but we did try to get serious from time to time.
Sister Michael is going to fill you in on what the lovely SES recommends you stash away to be ready for [...]
On air on bayfm 99.9 community radio Byron Bay on 12 November 2012
Today Sister Cath and Sister Di talked with two local farmers, Ian Mulligan and Pam Brook.
And they shared a couple of their favourite seasonal recipes.
WHATS IN SEASON AND DELISH TO COOK:
Nectarines, peaches, mangoes, solana tomatoes, asparagus, sweet corn, beans
VEGETARIAN SELECTION: ASPARAGUS & HALOUMI [...]
more coming, but recipes & links from today below:
GREEN IS GOOD – by Miss September
The month of green and what better recipe to have is Salsa Verde. Add lemons as much as possible to reduce those gluts.
Indulge in blood oranges they are so good.
Salsa Verde means in Italian “green sauce”. Drizzle it over meat, fish [...]
On air on Byron Bay’s bayfm 99.9 community radio station on October 3, 2011
October is a great month to be cooking, including fabulous asparagus. Miss October came to belly, as she does on the first Monday of every month, to tell us what is most abundant and delicious. This month we are inspired by asparagus [...]
From today I will try taking the radio show posts straight from the show running sheet, so you can see something closer to what went to air.
It’s the first belly of spring, also the first belly of the month when we usually have a look at what’s in season around Oz,then today’s guest tells us [...]