A Day In The A Blue Mountains.

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Saturday, 13 October 2012

Day 287/366

Crop and Swap Season Two started today.
I'm a bit annoyed with myself because I was running late and therefore forgot to take my camera along.
There was a record number of swappers today.
So many, that I'm not sure I got around to see everyone.
My favourite produce that I brought home was this sage.
In fact it was free...
My own sage plants have died back so badly this past winter that they are only just starting to produce new shoots.
I love to fry individually picked leaves of sage in hot butter and use as garnish on risotto.
Absolutely delicious.


  1. Isn't it annoying when you forget your camera? I think I see more photo opportunities when I don't have mine with me. We haven't grown Sage before, so might give it a try as your risotto garnish sounds delicious. :)


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