Handy tips for your edible garden this Feb. What to plant & what's in season. Think cruciferae vegetables & vibrant herbs. Now dining tables in nursery!
Ahoy! While we’ve been busy serving wholebowls and keeping up with all of the new faces popping in at our Kitchen, a not so little project down the road has also caught attention of the locals of Bendigo. Yesterday, an 8 metre tall lifelike […]
Serving many savoury and sweet purposes, today we combine the two and offer you a recipe from the Italian gods: The Fig, Goats Cheese and Prosciutto Salad.
We are back on the blog! We’re on, so many stories to tell you… Boy oh boy it’s been a busy time for us at Bendigo Wholefoods!! And we sincerely apologise for the long distance relationship while we were out at sea the past […]
It’s time to start thinking (if you haven’t already!) of what you want to take from your garden to your table in the next few months. Everyone is excited to get their tomatoes in but you need to be careful in choosing when and where you […]
With these cold winter days hanging around for what feels like forever, a few of us around the shop around in soup mode! This one is a warming, hearty pumpkin soup with a Thai flavour to liven it up. Not too spicy (unless you want […]
“Souped-up” defined by the Miriam Webster Dictionary as “made greater in power and appeal” Nothing says winter like a steaming bowl of soup. And nothing compliments a hearty soup better than a piece of toasted Sprout Seeded Sourdough drowned in Myrtleford butter, or maybe […]
When you think about Winter getting out in the garden is not the first thing that springs to mind. But when the winter sun shines on Central Victoria it’s pretty glorious out in the garden. You just need to grab your opportunities when they come […]
In this internet era of every recipe at your fingertips there is still something lovely about leafing through a beautiful cook book and immersing yourself in the images and ingredients, conjuring up the tastes and textures til your mouth waters. Ol’ Fashioned Gal Emily is […]
From recent press you might think that the Paleo crowd invented bone broth – but since the beginning of time bone broths have been used to help nurse people back to health – chicken soup for your cold much? Bone broth is an excellent source […]
One of the things we love about food is it is so often central to our special memories. Food can galvanize a nation, make friends of strangers and help define who we are in the world. We’ve noticed something interesting over the last couple of […]
Flowers! Gorgeous, abundant, cascading blossoms to attract the bees and the butterflies! Now the soil is warm the time is ripe to plant foxgloves, delphiniums, petunias and marigolds. Hold off until after the last frost to plant nasturtiums or keep them sheltered. It’s also time […]