EAT – Roasted Cauliflower with Rosemary

Cut the cauliflower into small florets (finger size) not every child will like it, so it's a good idea to keep them small and not waste them. Although the kids who had never tasted cauliflower before we the ones who loved it the most, asking for more and the recipe.  Wash the cauliflowers under water - we found this easier after they cut into pieces.  Keep a few of the leaves, they are delicious when roasted too.  Place on a baking tray with baking paper drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt. 

SUSTAINABLY LOCAL : Bio-dynamic farming on the Mornington Penninsula

Located on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, approximately 70 km south east of Melbourne sits a bio-dynamic farm...In order to feed our growing population, it is so important to educate the children on how and where to grow or source clean, nutritious food; at the same time as protecting the future of our land, the diversity of plants, the husbandry of our animals and the support of our fellow beings.

SUSTAINABLY LOCAL: 100 MILE FOODIE

100 Mile Foodie is an exciting opportunity for me to share my food discoveries, my passions and my joy of using local, sustainable and ethical food & wine available right on my doorstep. Be passionate about food & wine, how you grow it, where you buy it & how you share it. Food brings people together so prepare it with love using beautiful ingredients sourced locally & it will taste amazing.

SUSTAINABLY LOCAL: KITTY HART FROM B-ALTERNATIVE

If your an avid farmers' market goer in Melbourne, you will no doubt have come across the gorgoeus Kitty who is the face behind B-Alternative's eco-awareness stalls. We caught up with Kitty and had a chat about her passion for sustainablity & her workplace. Managing an organic grocer last year, I was immersed in a community of responsible gardeners, food providers, naturopaths and permaculture enthusiasts, B-Alternative was a natural progression, considering my ever growing passion for all things planet positive!