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Interview: Food is Free Ballarat

July

The Slowpoke: FOOD IS FREE BALLARAT // Photo: Emma Bowen In the backstreets of suburbian Ballarat runs many a laneway connecting the cute country houses. While most are sparse spaces to meander, one in particular has recently become lined with benches and baskets of free food.
Interview: Food is Free Ballarat
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Olive oil with Maggie Beer

June

The Slowpoke: GUIDE TO OLIVE OIL A bottle of olive oil is an essential in many a kitchen. With Australia’s olive harvest season well underway, this year’s fresh oils are on their way too. And given there’s a world of difference between a good (and local) olive oil and a bad one, queen of all things Aussie produce, Maggie Beer is here to teach us how to choose, care for and use olive oil.
Olive oil with Maggie Beer
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Interview: Cornersmith Picklery

June

The Slowpoke: CORNERSMITH PICKLERY Situated on a bustling street corner of Illawarra Rd, just a stone throw away from the noted Marrickville café of the same name, Cornersmith’s Picklery is a hive of activity. A hub for the local community they regularly operate on a trade basis, taking in home-grown produce from locals in exchange for their store-made jams, pickles and preserves.
Interview: Cornersmith Picklery
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HOW-TO: HERB WREATH

July

theslowpoke_herbwreath1 Today we’re having our cake and eating it too. Or more specifically, making a decorative herb wreath and eating it too. While there are things in life that can present a battle between the beautiful and the practical, the herb wreath marries the two darn perfectly. Having a garden that is abundant in homegrown herbs to use in the kitchen is pretty terrific. And when it comes to drying out a plentiful supply to preserve for later use,
HOW-TO: HERB WREATH
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