Durian season! It's a 'love it' or 'hate it' response, rarely in between. It's because of the pungent smell that some people might find it repulsive. I love eating the fruit on its own but never any durian-processed food like, durian ice-cream, cakes, custard even though it may taste exactly the same.⠀
The best thing about the durian season is being able to head to the orchards and pick ripe durian from the ground. It's like going for a treasure hunt, minus the mozzies that you will have to deal with. It is one of the highlights of my childhood, when I get to follow my uncles to go durian hunting along with my cousins and then feast on them. 😋
Silverbeet and dukkah baked eggs 🍳🥬 Ready in just 35 minutes, these silverbeet and dukkah baked eggs will fast become a family breakfast or dinner favourite.
* 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil * 1 brown onion, finely chopped * 2 garlic cloves, crushed * 400g can diced tomatoes * 100g chargrilled red capsicum, chopped * 1 bunch silverbeet, stems removed, leaves chopped * 4 eggs * 100g fetta cheese, crumbled * 2 tablespoons lemon and herb dukkah (see notes) * 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves * 4 pita breads, chargrilled, to serve
* Step 1 Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan-forced. * Step 2 Heat oil in a 24cm round (base) flameproof frying pan over medium-high heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring, for 4 to 5 minutes or until softened. Add garlic. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add tomatoes, capsicum and 1/4 cup water. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low. Simmer for 5 minutes. Add silverbeet. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until silverbeet just wilts. Remove from heat. * Step 3 Using the back of a large spoon, make 4 holes in silverbeet mixture. Crack one egg into each hole. Sprinkle with fetta. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer to oven. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes or until eggs are cooked to your liking. Sprinkle with dukkah and mint. Serve with chargrilled pita.
Apologies to all our loyal customers, we aren’t at the markets this weekend. Due to the forecasts in the week we made the decision to cancel the markets, but will be back next week! On the upside we get to spend the time to recharge and spend it with our baby Billie for her 1st Birthday weekend 🎈🥳
Oh Mr weatherman!
You clearly need a pair of our stringa shades.. They’ll give you the most amazing polarised clarity, they’ll also keep you from squinting and getting it so wrong.. You would look so damn hot in these, an amazing career change awaits you..😉 Guys we are @brisbanemarketplace today, aisle 4 where the weather is mighty fine, here til 12pm..
Weekend fun at the Tewantin Skate Park! 💦 The park is located beside the river at the Marina and is free entry! Our tip: grab some fish and chips for lunch and make a day out of it. Photo: @benn.ediex.#NoosaMarina
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We are sad to see the end of summer, but super excited to offer our 100% Cotton hand woven bags in a variety of styles and colours made by under privileged women of Nepal. Check out these iPad and iPad mini covers!
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We will be at Yungaburra markets tomorrow! Finally some beautiful weather 😍 Can't wait to see you all there!🙆♀️🌵🦋🐝 But for now enjoy this beautiful snap of variegated mini jellybeans
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Embracing new cultures ✨ Today was the most humbling day. We not only learned about the Hmong Tribe, but trecked 9 miles uphill through mountains carrying a 25 pound backpack of fresh food we got from the market, to have lunch with one. This is something these women do on a *Daily basis to put food on the table! So many take-aways, but the main one is realizing how blessed we are to have the freedom and opportunities that the United States gives us🙏🏼 #Humbled#Vietnam#SapaVietnam@carbon38@yearofours@whowhatwear#WhoWhatWear