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Local Harvest Challenge – Day 7 (7/4/12)

April 10, 2012

It is hard to believe that Day 7 has already been and gone. Over the coming week or so I will put together a final note on the challenge and what we achieved as a family. I will also put together all the yummy recipes for anyone who has asked about them!

Day 7 for us was a bit of a mixed bag. Beau shared our wonderful local produce with our many customers in Sydney, at Orange Grove market in Leichhardt.
Harry and I attended a very special first birthday and then travelled to the South Coast for a day visit with family.
Unfortunately this ment that eating locally for all of us was a bit difficult with all the travel and market craziness. Instead I decided that our last day of the challenge would be a day that we share some of our wonderful local produce with others.
Beau passed this easily with our market store. Harry and I on the other hand scrambled through our fridge and cupboards to create a ‘local share’ package for our coastal family. What we couldn’t find in our fridge or cupboards at home, we found in the fridges and on the shelves at A Slice of Orange on our way through town.

The attached are some of the pics of our final snacks/meals of the Local Harvest Challenge.    

Day 7.

(ingredients used: Hamilton’s Bluff Pinot Grigio, Racine bread and brownies, Byng Street bread/hot cross buns, our Mariposa plum jam, Bills English Breakfast tea, Fourjay hazelnuts, beure bosc pears, our clear apple juice, Happy Chook Co eggs, Trunky Creek bacon, Manildra flour, Highland Valley Feta, La Barre Olive Oil, tomatoes, home parsley, garlic, Jannei goats milk, Saltbird salt, sugar, pepper) 

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