There are lots of artistic investigations out there focusing on the way humans relate to their surrounding environments, like yours.
Ally Reeves and Robin Hewlett have an ongoing project about just that. One Mile Diet takes the concept of the 100 Miles Diet movement to a new height (or distance, rather).
Here’s how Ally Reeves introduce the idea: [...]
Autumn slowly draw the curtain at a humid and stormy summer, the forests of australia sprouting mushrooms at a rate not been seen from a while.
So much rain we had in the past 8 months, more than many years’ averages.
We went to the Belanglo State Forest, looking at the place you read about in an essay [...]
you and Tom went to the island today, a wide stretch of sand deposited by the river.
You spear-headed this walk primarily to follow a tip-off of a Prickly Pear (Opuntia Spp.) bush.
“you get to the end of the track, where the rocky expanse is. There, on the left, there’s a group of she-oaks. Just under, [...]
My partner Emma loves cooking programs and the other day we had a look at a DVD of Kylie Kwong famous program “Heart and Soul”.
One of the episodes featured pickled Bamboo Shoots.
Oh, I said, do ABC know they are promoting culinary usages of a NOXIOUS WEED?
I still haven’t done the Bamboo page for the Weedyconnection database, [...]
Found this recipe on ‘Australian Weeds’ by Gay Stern.
2 large potatoes, sliced into 10mm rounds
2 tablespoons oil
1 onion, finely sliced
2 shallots or spring onions, finely chopped
250g Sorrel leaves, finely chopped
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
2 tablespoon freshly-grated Parmesan cheese
Parboil the potato rounds for 10 minutes so that they are still firm.
Here is the panel i made for the Self-Guided Tour of the Weeds of Australia now on at Wollombi.
Over the next weeks i will slowly upload all of the 10 panels.
The info-points are in PDF format, just download from this [...]