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Straight from the Garden!
Look how neat the garden is

Freaking sweet strawberries!
If only this was in my backyard!

Garlic - a little dry as it is already out of season

Onions!
posted on: Saturday, November 29, 2008 @ 4:07 AM

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Cherries!!!!






Cherries are in season here in Melbourne! Best to go to the "pick-your-own" farms. We normally go to a farm in Red Hill, Melbourne.


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posted on: 4:01 AM

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Vegetarian picnic =)
Egg Fritata with mushrooms and brown onions
by May













Dessert - by Neli

Almond stuffed pie

Deliciously crispy almond bread slices










Vegetarian fried meehoon by Yvonne

Rice vermicelli with shitake mushrooms, garlic, capsicum.

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posted on: 3:45 AM

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Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls

Our first attempt....












Ingredients:
Dried Rice paper sheets
1 cup of black fungus (sliced)
1 cup mushrooms (sliced)
1/2 cup sweet corn kernels
lettuce (whole leaves)
chili sauce (Lingham's chili sauce)
soy sauce / veg oyster sauce
hoisin sauce
sesame oil / olive oil

Method:
1. Heat a non-stick pan and add a tablespoon of sesame oil / olive oil
2. Add sliced black fungus and sweet corn kernels
3. Cover pan and leave for 1 minute.
4. Add mushrooms and cover for another 1 minute. Add some soy-sauce / vegetarian oyster sauce to taste.
5. Meanwhile, heat another pan with about 1 inch of water.
6. When it is near boiling, turn down the fire and immerse the rice paper (one piece at a time) until it is soft (normally takes a few seconds)
7. Carefully remove the rice paper from the water and place onto a flat plate.
8. Add a lettuce leaf to the rice paper and spread some Hoisin sauce onto it.
9. Add the black fungus+mushroom+corn filling onto the lettuce leaf.
10. Carefully roll the rice paper without tearing it.

Optional: Spread some Lingham's chili sauce onto the top of the rice paper (or you can serve the chili sauce in a separate bowl for dipping).

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posted on: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 @ 11:52 PM

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