taralli al finocchio selvatico

Taralli con Finocchio selvatico 1 tbsp chopped fennel leaves 500g plain four 55g fresh yeast 125ml olive oil 1 tbsp black pepper 4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil salt to taste

Moment rair (moo-ment ra-ir) piedmontese for Rare moments

pic from Lady-Bug This poem below was dedicated to you from a blog in Piedmontese, the language you grew up with. You are flattered, it’s about a walk by two small lakes, the vegetation, and the silent of nature. You can read the Italian translation here.. You’re not going to translate it any further than […]

On the Rain which is meant to be coming down

August, according to imported and adapted traditional knowledge from the other side of the world, it should be raining, the whole month. You used the centuries old saying of the Marking Days, (i di’ ‘d marca in Piedmonteese) trying export it onto Australian land, southern hemisphere, couldn’t get any further away from the original land/people […]

On Predicting The Future- Ethnobotany for travellers

There’s a piece of ethnobotanical knowledge where it comes from, that farmers and land dwellers have been using for as long as is remembered. According to the formula if you keep track of the weather in the last six and the first six days of the year you’ll be able to predict the weather for […]

Dandelion -Taraxacum Officinalis

Panel #10 of the Self-Guided Tour of the Weeds of Australia This is the last to be feautured, perfect timing because i’m gonna take the tour down next sunday, just need to find transport to get there, anybody can lend me a car for half a day? Dandelion -Taraxacum Officinalis Dandelion Face Mask Good for […]