Balinese Tamarind Pork

This is one of our absolute favourites.Simple to make with minimal ingredient, it's amazing how much flavour this dish has. Tamarind Pork Ingredients 1 tbsp tamarind concentrate 2 medium onions, rough chopped 2 tsp grated ginger 2 tbsp sweet dark soy sauce (ketjap manis) 1 tbsp sambal olek 1 tbsp vegetable oil ½ kg pork... Continue Reading →

Kung Po Pork

This is one of our long time favourite recipes. Kung Po Pork also works amazingly well with chicken or beef and is like a completely different dish with each of the three meats.You can buy our pork @ Wingham Farmers Market on the first Saturday of the month or @ the Bent on Tuesday Farmers'... Continue Reading →

Keyline Tilling

One of our most successful techniques for improving the soil has been Keyline Tilling, as proposed by P. A. Yeomans back in the fifties. We use a Yeomans Plough, as designed by P.A. and built by his son Alan: The aim is to reduce compaction (our soils were like concrete, all over the farm), improve... Continue Reading →

Milk fed beef – the best!

Occasionally, we have beef raised by our house cow, Sweet Pea. Rather than weaning these boys early, as most farmers do, we allow Sweet Pea to wean them naturally, when they are nearing a year old. The result? Tender, flavoursome beef that beats anything I've ever tasted (mind you, I've never sample real Wagu, so... Continue Reading →

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