Today on belly, I continue meeting wonderful librarians, and finding out about their food loving readers. Sister Rasela does a musical tour of the Mullumbimby community garden, sister Deanna twists the marmalade, and Leah Roland of the Bangalow Cooking School shares a wealth of delicious recipes for some of her June favourites.
First up, a recipe [...]
ready to do battle with Greek Easter eggs
We had lots of fun on belly today, in theory getting to know about the traditions of Greek Easter (Orthodox Easter was celebrated yesterday), but really being entertained and charmed by Sister Ilias’s delightful grandmother, who is possibly the oldest belly guest we’ve had so far. I [...]
On air on bayfm 99.9 community radio Byron Bay, on October 1 2012
On belly today, a preview of the 2012 Sample day at Bangalow Showgrounds, this Saturday 6 October, with organiser Remy Tancred.
Twelve hours (8am to 8pm) of cooking demonstrations, music, farmers market and other food producers, and lots of the region’s best restaurants showing [...]
On air on Byron Bay’s community radio station Bayfm 99.9 on April 2, 2012
Sister T and Miss April, Alison Drover from Fork in the Field, had fun today talking about Easter food. We had eggs hidden around the studio, lambs and Easter bunnies running around, hot cross buns in the oven, smelling great… In the [...]
For the first belly of 2012 Professor Mike Evans from Southern Cross University joined sister T to talk about his time doing research in Tonga, and the great Tongan New Year feasts.
Music and dancing are very important in Tonga – photo Mike Evans
Mike shared a couple of favourite recipes from his time [...]
On air on bayfm99.9 on Monday 11 April, 2011
Sister B and brother Andrew (A & B!) had a wonderful talk with Ronit Robbaz-Franco about the country and food of Morocco. A big thank you to everyone for keeping the belly show on the road when I could not go on air at the last minute. [...]
Seedsavers is a wonderful organisation started in Byron Bay by Jude and Michel Fanton, in a suburban house and (bare) garden. Seedsavers now has projects around the world, supporting biodiversity and traditional farmers and home gardeners too.
And occasionally they have wonderful get-togethers in their garden (which now is a paradise of food plants from all [...]