Sunday, 29 July 2007

Berries & Broccoli

Today we came home from the Adelaide Farmer's Market laden with silvanberries from Cottonville Farms & Food Forest broccoli grown from Diana and Jen's seedlings.

The Dawsons grow berries at Scott Creek and have invited us as a group to a pick and pay day. If we would like to do this in early December or when the berries are ready all we need to do is contact Helen Dawson early November.
They also make berry jams and jellies.
The Dawsons have been growing brambleberry varieties for more than 10 years.
Silvanberries, Tayberries, Boysenberries, Rasberries, Youngberries & Gooseberries.
At the market they sell frozen Silvanberries.
The fruit is sustainably grown and spray free.
I have entered Helen Dawson's recipe for silvanberry and apple crumble under recipes.

Annemarie Brookman asked what I was going to do with all the broccoli we bought.
This is what we had for lunch. I have called it Food Forest Broccoli Fried Rice.
The recipe is on the Gardeners' Gastronomy blog.
I shall also post 2 more of my broccoli inventions soon.

1 comment:

Kate said...

I am off outside right now to pick the broccoli. I can't wait to get some of those berries - that is a very good price.What is their range of berries , do you know?