Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Sharing the love…Donna Hay's Pear, Yoghurt & Chia Muffins!

I love a good muffin….well, actually, my kids love a good muffin moreso than me. And, as they are all  going through that fussy toddler/infant age group, I actually just love the idea that they eat them (full stop) and I can take a deep breath knowing they are putting something relatively healthy into their little growing bodies.

So, a few weeks ago when reading through the Sunday Style magazine, I came across these delicious Donna Hay muffins …..that have a healthy twist to them!  To all they could quite easily just be a pear muffin, but to a mummy who so desperately wants her children to eat some extra goodness, these have  some LSA, chai seeds and yoghurt (rather then milk, butter,etc) very sneakily hidden into them.

Verdict- my kids loved them…..and I'm now thinking I might play around with the recipe and try substituting the pear for apple, carrot or zucchini.

Also- quite a handy little number to freeze and add to lunch boxes too!!! 

For those of you that may have missed the magazine, or don't read it, here below is the recipe. All I can say is, Donna…you have done it again! Hooray!!!

Pear, Yoghurt & Chia Muffins

2 1/4 cups self raising flour, sifted
2/3 cup caster sugar
1/4 cup LSA mix
2 tablespoons black chia seeds, plus extra for sprinkling
3 eggs, lightly beaten
3/4 cup lightly flavoured extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup greek style (thick) yoghurt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups grated beurre bosc (firm) pear

Preheat oven to 180 deg celcius. Prepare muffin tray with paper cases. Recipe said 12, but using these cases in photos, I made about 20. Place the flour, sugar, LSA and chia seeds in a large bowl and mix to combine. Make a well in the centre and add the egg, oil, yoghurt, vanilla and pear. Mix until just combined. Spoon into paper cases and fill two thirds way up. Sprinkle with extra chia seeds. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden and cooked when tested with a skewer.

Recipe source- Donna Hay, Sunday Style Magazine, May 18 2014.


Sunday, 25 May 2014

Save the Date……Taste Coleambally-Food & Farm Festival

Next weekend, the rural community of Coleambally in the Riverina (NSW) will be hosting its own Taste Coleambally Food & Farm Festival.

A weekend of celebrating the town and surrounding area's contribution to the food industry and a wonderful chance for the public to meet local farmers and learn more about agricultural practices and local produce. 

"It is not just a matter of learning about Coleambally produce, it is the bigger picture of positive promotion of Irrigated Agriculture and sustainable use of water. This promotion assists all irrigators in the Riverina and Australia. We are getting an important message across to as many people as possible, not only urban people….local residents too", says Festival Coordinator, Julie Bellato.

Starting on Saturday morning with farm tours and then in the evening the very popular 50 Mile Taste Coleambally Meal, with guest speaker and internationally reknowned foodie, Rebecca Sullivan. Rebecca is the highly acclaimed author of  "Like Grandma used to make" and a big supporter of the very popular "Granny movement" and the "Slow food movement". More about Rebecca can be found on her website,  Dirty Girl Kitchen.

Sunday is the main festival day and jammed pack of activities to suit everyone, including The Paddock to Plate Precinct, Rabobank Farm Yard, Tractor and machinery display with a photo booth for the kids, A kids craft corner, wheelburrow races, Food N Fibre Regatta and the very popular  "SunRice Coly Cook Off".

For more information, visit their website www.farm2food.net or the Taste Coleambally Facebook page. Like the facebook page and you will go in the draw to win a "Good Golly Taste Coly" Gourmet food hamper by Riverina Grove Pty Ltd. 

And, if you are in the area, please stop by…..it will be a great day out!

Friday, 23 May 2014

Catching up with Janelle from A White Farm Blog!

Today on our 'Catching up with' series, I'm excited to introduce a fellow country mum blogger, Janelle, who writes the lovely and very homely blog, A White Farm.

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I first discovered A White farm on Instagram last year, and since then I love seeing Janelle's daily snippet's taken around her home and of her latest crafty project.

Janelle's home is, as the name of her blog states…. white, and then filled with pops of colour throughout which changes regularly depending on her daily mood and inspiration. As you will learn, she has an eye for finding an old piece of furniture and, with a simple coat of paint, giving it a gorgeous makeover. I love that she has fun with colour and her home is classic with a fun, colourful, modern twist! She is also pretty clever with a set of knitting needles or a crocheting hook!!!

Janelle is a busy wife and Mum to three children, living on a farm in western Victoria. A White Farm began a few years ago as a place where Janelle could share all things in life that she was loving at that moment, especially her home DIY crafty projects, favourite recipes and decorating style ideas. She has just under 4500 followers on Instagram (I think that says a lot!!!) and has a wonderful sense of humour- I love reading her posts and instagram feeds- they always make me laugh. I feel like Im catching up with an old friend- silly huh? But that is because of Janelle's warm and friendly personality that shines through. Her instagram often acts as a bit of a forum amongst her dedicated followers, as to what colour should a new find be painted, or thoughts on rug placement, new cushion colour, etc.

So….without wasting anymore time, here is Janelle answering a few questions!

1. My personal style? Hhhmmm....tricky one. This can change from one week to the next!! I think the constant theme would be neutrals, white (of course!!) child-friendly, a good mish mash of homemade and store bought, usually a good bargain...I so believe that you don't have to have a huge budget to create a beautiful cosy home, in fact I think the less you have to spend you usually have to put more thought and creativity into it so hence it becomes that much more personal  to you and your family. Of course I appreciate high quality and luxury but I also love the thrill of a good thrift find too!! I tend to grab inspiration from anywhere and everywhere...mags, pinterest, blogs, and my favourite - instagram...so many gorgeous creative inspiring REAL homes out there!!

2. I love most about my home - I think the light and space...when we built this house this was one of the main features we wanted so we have loads of windows which catch the light and sun pretty much all day long and it's very open plan. I also love how it's growing with us all the time...little bits and pieces being added as we grow as a family. I like to use the kid's own artworks and lots of photos to help make it a real family space.

3. Why did you start blogging? I started A White Farm blog after becoming so obsessed and inspired by other blogs out there. I kind of felt the need to start my own. I have always loved writing but apart from the grocery list and the odd school note there really isn't much call for writing as a SAHM! I also love the connection it creates between other like minded creative people out there. It also gives me some focus and reflection on my own life which might otherwise just kind of drift along.

4. Three things I could not live without? This one has kind of stumped me! Let's go with ipad (sad I know but it's pretty much attached to me), knitting needles/crochet hook, and a good home magazine - I have reeeeally tried to live without them but nope...cannot resist the temptation!!!

5. Current DIY project?Mmmmm…there may be more than one on the go...there's usually a few happening in various stages around here. I'm excited to be in the first stages of revamping an old set of drawers that will live in our bedroom, a few stools are waiting for a coat of paint, as are a few plant pots. Alot of craft is also on the go in preparation for an online  AWhiteFarm shop of some type to commence in the (hopefully!!) not so distant future!

6. Fave colour combo...I can never go past black and white. It just always seems to work. Although pop a bright mint, turqoise or melon etc amongst it and you really have a winner!! 

7. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? I would jet off to any small coastal town where I can hit the beach with the fam. Or Sweden/Amsterdam/Denmark where I could randomly knock on people's doors and poke through their beautiful homes!?!

8. Fave time of the day? - probably the evening wind down…closing blinds, flicking on lamps, getting cosy and ready for some quiet craft time!!

9. What do you love most about living in the country? I love living in the country because my family is SO loud I don't think we could live amongst other human beings without being told to shut up!! And the fresh air...the fresh country air cannot be beaten...especially when raising kids.

10. Favourite recipe - it's got to be a toss up between my mum's Chocolate Hedgehog Slice and my nanna's French Tea Cake…both are on my blog and both are baked around here way too often!!

And I couldn't not share some of Janelle's lovely images from her gorgeous home…. so here are a few to sample!

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Special Thanks to Janelle for taking time to join us on TMCM!!! and sharing her gorgeous images with us.

When you get a moment, go grab yourself a cuppa and a comfy spot on the couch, and visit Janelle and her beautiful family home on her blog. You won't regret it!

A White farm can also be followed on Facebook and Instagram.

Happy friday to all!!!!

Thursday, 22 May 2014

Winter is almost here- Time for some Osso buco!!

Today's recipe is the forever faithful and ever so tasty Osso buco. For me it screams 'winter' and is such comfort food on those cold days (and nights). I grew up with an absolute dislike for casseroles-in fact the mere mention of them made me physically sick (ask my poor mum x)- and so any meat cooked in a gravy like liquid was not even looked at.  A few years ago though, my good friend Nicola, made some for dinner and well, that was the beginning of my love affair for osso buco.

I don't have a slow cooker, so not familiar with that way of cooking it. I actually enjoy the process of spending an afternoon cooking it. Back in working days, this was a dish that was made on the weekend and then eaten throughout the week with different sides (or portions frozen for later).

A few weeks ago I visited  the Bunbatha Beef Farm Shop and came home with some osso buco. It's a good inexpensive cut of meat that  goes the distance and feeds a crowd.

Osso Buco
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon butter
1 large onion, diced
1 large carrot, diced
2 stalks celery, diced
1 kg osso buco
plain flour- enough to dust the osso buco
1 tablespoon fresh rosemary, chopped
3 sprigs fresh thyme
2 garlic cloves, squashed
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1 cup dry red wine
400g can of peeled whole tomatoes
1 litre of beef stock
2 bay leaves
1 star anise
2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped

Dust flour on osso buco pieces and put aside. Heat the oil and butter in a heavy based pan. Cook the onion, carrot and celery until the vegetables are soft but not coloured. Remove vegetables, add some oil and add meat to pan. Allow to cook about two minutes on each side to brown and get that lovely golden crust happening. Add rosemary, thyme and garlic to meat and saute for a few mins, before adding vegetables. Stir through tomato paste and then red wine. Reduce the heat and cook for a few minutes until the wine has evaporated then add the tomatoes, stock, bay leaves, star anise and parsley.
Season to taste, cover, and cook for 3 hours, stirring occasionally and adding more stock or water if necessary. The osso buck needs to be covered with liquid for the first two hours of cooking. When cooked, the meat will fall off the bone and stock reduced to a gravy.

Serve with a creamy mash potato or pumpkin, polenta or some roasted pumpkin- my current favourite side dish!!!

Have you a favourite winter dish?

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

12 Good Eggs & A very tasty frittata!

12 Good Eggs is a fast growing business, owned and run by Glen and Mardie Gray, selling free range paddock eggs.

Their farm is set on the banks of the beautiful Murray River on the outskirts of Barham, NSW. Together with their two children, a few dogs and 3000 odd hens they are kept busy suppling the local area with freshly laid 'paddock eggs'.

The hens live in old caravans that have been converted by Glen (who was previously a furniture maker) into hen houses. They spend all day, each day roaming the paddock and grazing on native pastures. At night, they retreat to their caravan's where they are watched by the dogs, protecting them from any hungary foxes. Using a rotational grazing system, the caravans are moved each week to a new paddock, providing fresh feed whilst the previous paddock has had the benefits of being fertilised naturally by the chooks. Its a win/win situation for all.

The outcome…..these very happy, free to roam hens lay delicious tasting eggs for which demand in the area is  growing. The Gray's are in the process of adding to their current brood- an additional 1500 hens which will help them keep up to their egg orders all year round. It's a labour intensive job moving caravans, checking their water and collecting eggs daily, then sorting and packing-but one which the Gray family are very passionate about. They recently moved their packing area from the farm into a bigger shed in Barham as a way of keeping up with this growing business.

And something I learn't from my visit out to the Gray's farm- just because the packaging on the egg carton's say free range, doesnt actually mean the chooks roam free all the time. It could be that they are only out having free range time for an hour a day. A tad misleading! Hence why Glen and Mardie  have chosen to market their eggs as paddock eggs, not just free range!

12 Good Eggs can be found at the Echuca Farmers Markets, Koondrook-Barham Famers Markets as well as a handful of IGA Supermarket's within the area. They also supply eggs to Forever Fresh in Echuca too.

Keep up to date with market dates and other 'eggy' news by following 12 Good Eggs on  Facebook.

Eggs are one of those pantry staples in our house- I try and stock up whenever Im at the markets as we use them on a daily basis. When asked her favourite way of serving eggs, Mardie tells me you can't simply go past a freshly boiled egg- how true! Pure comfort food, and so good for you too!

I have to say though I love a good pav and this frittata recipe is becoming a weekly special in our house- tasty, healthy and a great way to use up all those leftovers in the fridge.

"Leftover" Frittata

5 large eggs, lightly whisked
1 1/2 cups milk
Half a butternut pumpkin, chopped up into small pieces and roasted
2 rashes of bacon, diced
1 onion, diced
1 zucchini, grated
1 carrot, grated
spinach leaves
handful of frozen peas
1 cup of self raising flour
1 cup of cheese, preferably cheddar
feta (optional), to scatter on top.

Preheat oven to 200 deg celcius. Heat saucepan on stovetop and sauté bacon and onion until cooked through. Put aside to cool. Mix together eggs, milk, cooled onion and bacon, flour, cheese and veggies. Pour into a lined baking tray- mine is 35 cm x 25 cm. I like to add the pumpkin last and push it into the mix. Scatter feta on top with some freshly chopped herbs and some salt and pepper. Bake for about 45 minutes or until lovely and golden on top and cooked through.

Note- this is a recipe that is very easy to modify. If vegetarian, naturally omit the bacon. Substitute any of the above vegies for ones that you have in the fridge or simply just your favourite combinations. Try using boccocini instead of feta and throw in a few cherry tomatoes! It's a great recipe that can be adapted to whatever is in season. Have fun with it and Im sure it will always taste delicious!

I personally love serving this as a light lunch along with a few pieces of smoked salmon and a green salad.

Have you a favourite way of cooking up your eggs???

Monday, 19 May 2014

19/52 Weekly Stills

1. First pre winter fire in the back yard. Just missing some marshmallows!
2. With very good friends visiting on the weekend, we took the opportunity to visit this local winery- which was fantastic for small kids and great for the adults. Gorgeous spot on the Murray!
3. Lazy sunday morning……. Pip squeak and the dinosaurs!
4/5/6. Some freshly potted colour.
7. Oranges almost ready to pick!
8. And just like that, the pomegrante tree lost all her leaves and exposing what fruit is left to pick!
9. A momento from our wedding day.

Hope you had a good week x

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Breakfast on the go- Two ways!

Do you have mornings that are just so crazy busy that you totally forget to have breakfast? Or perhaps you just aren't really a brekky person. I'm definitely a breakfast person (it's probably my most favourite meal- which makes me sound incredibly boring, I know….) but my problem isn't that we are crazy busy in the morning racing out the door to be places, but rather crazy busy feeding, changing nappies, cleaning up, getting dressed, deploying my conflict resolution skills targeted specically at toddlers, setting up activities, cleaning up, making coffee, changing another nappy, reading books, drawing princess castles, picking up crumbs off floor, wiping hands and faces…. and did I mention cleaning up???

Breakfast for me at best is often cold toast, leftover from the kids…..or a bowl of soggy cereal or cold porridge. I tend to fill up on coffee these days! So, in a way to get back in control of the most important meal of the day, I've been making home made granola and muesli bars so there is no excuse for not starting the day with some goodness. Here are two quick and easy recipes to help you get through your morning with something healthy in your tummy.

 Home made Muesli Bars

3 cups rolled oats
1/2 cup shredded coconut
1/2 cup almonds, roughly chopped (or other nuts of your choice)
1/2 cup wheatgerm
1/4 cup sesame seeds
1/4 cup sunflower seeds
1/4 cup pepita seeds
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1/3 cup dried cranberries- or your choice of dried fruit or choc chips
3/4 cup honey
1/4 cup soft brown sugar
1/2 vegetable oil

Preheat oven to 130 deg cel and line a baking tray with baking paper. Tray should be approx 25 cm x 35 cm in size. Put oats, coconut, wheatgerm, almonds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pepita seeds, chia seeds and cranberries into a bowl. Put honey, brown sugar and oil into a saucepan and stir over medium heat until sugar has dissolved. Pour over the dry ingredients and mix really well- might need to pull up your sleeves and use your hands to really mix through the syrup. Press mixture into tray  and bake for about 45-50 minutes or until it is golden brown. Allow to cool. Best to cut into slices whilst still a bit warm as the slice will go a bit hard when cool. If you slice whilst too warm, it will crumble. Store in airtight container. Will keep for up to a week in a cool place or 2 weeks in fridge.
Extra- Try drizzling some melted chocolate on top for something different!

Recipe found in my old recipe journal from 20 years ago- source unknown

Home made Granola-
4 cups rolled oats
3/4 shredded coconut
1/2 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup pepita seeds
1/2 cup almonds, roughly chopped (or other choice of nuts)
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground ginger
pinch of salt
50 ml sunflower oil
3/4 cup honey
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup dried fruit or choc chips

Preheat the oven to 140 deg celcius. Combine the oats, coconut, sunflower and sesame seeds, pepitas, almonds, spices and salt in a bowl. Place oil, honey and sugar in a suacepan over medium heat and stir until combined. set aside to cool slightly before adding the vanilla. Pour this syrup mix over the dry ingredients and mix in well-again, hand action required, if you want too! Spread mix onto two trays, each lined with baking paper, and cook for about an hour. Check regularly and stir granola around to ensure that it cooks evenly. When finished, allow to cool, before storing in an airtight container or jar. When warm, it will still feel 'wet' but once it cools, it will be a lovely sweet, crunchy texture.

Perfect as a breakfast muesli, sprinkled on yoghurt and fruit, add a handful to your smoothie, a healthy energy snack throughout the day or a quick and easy crumble mix to add to some stewed fruit, served with warm custard. Also makes for a lovely gift- just thinking!!! For those on the go, try adding some to a small jar on top of some poached fruit and juice- my current favourite is poached quinces. Pop it in your bag and voila!!!

Recipe inspired & adapted from Sophie Hansen's Local is Lovely 

So, there you have it- two simple recipes that share very similar ingredients, which can be made into very quick and easy breakfasts depending on what you prefer. I try and keep all my nuts and seeds together in the pantry, along with the oats, wheatgerm, etc- so prep time is always quick. I also like that you can basically pick and choose what you add to both. As my husband would say, Welcome to Birdseed City!

Are you a breakfast person?
Enjoy x

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

It's a Jumble kind of Day …….

Last week  in the lead up to Mother's day I was feeling a tad nostalgic, thinking in particular about my favourite foods as a child and what my kids now like eating. I came across a recipe for these Iced Jumbles and had an instant flashback to my childhood. My mum (although an excellent cook) never made these but rather would buy the occassional pack from the supermarket- which was a very big treat! I do remember my Grandmother used to make Matchsticks though which looked similar- flaky sheets of cooked puffed pastry cut into fingers with whipped cream and strawberry jam layered in between and pink icing on top.

There really is something quite delicious about the thick gingerbread flavoured biscuit with a sweet icing on top. Our eldest licked the icing off- not really a big fan of cakes or biscuits- just the icing! The youngest two devoured them….they do look a bit like rustic yet pretty rusk sticks! I enjoyed them with a simple cup of tea!!!

Iced Jumbles

60g unsalted butter
2/3 cup Golden Syrup
2 cups Plain Flour
1 teaspoon Baking Soda
1 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon mixed spice

Preheat oven to 180 deg cel and line two baking trays with baking paper.
Stir the butter and golden syrup in a pan over medium heat until the butter has melted, then bring to the boil and remove from the heat. Leave to cool for 15 minutes. Sift the flour, baking soda and spices together, then stir into the syrup mixture.

Knead the dough on a lightly floured surface until smooth, and then divide into four. Roll each portion into a log about 1 cm in diameter, then cut into lengths of 6 cm pieces. Place these logs onto the trays and allow some space for logs to spread out. Bake for 10 minutes, or until light golden in colour. Cool on wire racks and then spread with icing.

1 egg white, lightly beaten
2 cups icing sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
food colouring

Stir together the the egg white and icing sugar until smooth. Add the lemon juice and a few drops of food colouring and stir well.

 -Recipe from Bill Granger's EveryDay Cookbook

Do you remember eating Jumbles when you were a child?
Perhaps you still eat them…..
Hope you enjoy x

Monday, 12 May 2014

18/52 weekly Stills

1. I took a quick overnight trip to visit a very dear friend who lives in north west NSW during the week. This was the landscape for most of the trip. It was so lovely to catch up and see where she is now living- an oasis amongst the harsh yet beautiful australian landscape.
2. Royal Mail Hotel at Booroorban.
3. Rain on its way…..
4. This bright and cheery sign on a property mailbox- Happy Mother's Day!
5. Back home and catching up on some washing. It did rain but the sun came out- love the light this time of year! It even makes the washing look pretty…..
6. Outside our kitchen/living room is this beautiful pomegrante tree. It is so lovely watching it as it changes throughout the year. The tree is full of ripe fruit (which Im trying to use….any suggestions are very welcome!!) and the leaves have now turned the most gorgeous bright yellow, which looks so pretty against a sunny bright blue sky as the backdrop.
7. Our little man has an absolute fascination with boats as the moment and a trip down to the Port is his favourite thing to do. Toot Toot!!!!

Hope you all had a lovely weekend 
celebrating Mother's Day….xx

Saturday, 10 May 2014

The Itty Bitty Book Van

Keeping in with the book theme this week, I discovered this wonderful Victorian business called Itty Bitty Book Van. 

A travelling children's bookshop in a beautiful vintage caravan!

I can't think of a more fun way to encourage small people to get excited about reading than to have a gorgeous old decorated caravan and a lovely display of children's books just begging to be looked at and read. A super clever idea!

Images from the Itty Bitty Book Van Website

Im hoping very much they visit Echuca soon! Please, Please!

For more information on van and touring dates, visit the Itty Bitty Book Van website.
Or follow their Facebook page.

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Shopping Locally at Bunbartha Beef

One of my favourite stallholders at our local markets is Bunbartha Beef.

Every market day you will find Kelly McPherson, smile on face and full of enthusiam and passion as she sells the meat and produce she and her husband Ian, have produced on their beef farm in the Goulburn Valley, Victoria.

Bunbartha Beef is a family owned and operated farm at Tallygaroopna,  just north of Shepparton. Their business is primarily supplying dry aged, grass fed beef, however they have recently diversified and now offer a wide range of farm produce which includes homemade jams and preserves, sauces, chutneys, seasonings, loose leaf teas, herbal and fruit infusions and homemade pies. All produce is made on site by Kelly in her council approved kitchen.

The McPherson's have approximately 300 head of cattle- mixed breeds, mainly herefords and black angus- which are all grass fed and hormone free. The cattle are aged between 12-18 months when they are selected and sent to a local abattoir and then on to a butcher ensuring that the 'paddock to plate' process is also kept as local as possible.

Last October, Kelly opened their farm store- which I might add, is a real credit to her. What was the old original farm dairy, is now a gorgeous farm shop filled with delicious treats and fresh produce.

Kelly has an amazing vegetable garden and orchid, but what she isn't growing or has run out of, she is able to source from other local producers. All her home made goodies are made using local produce. Also available to buy are lovely gift cards, prints, tea cups and timber hamper boxes which are perfect for creating a thoughtful gift. And on the counter I spied some delicious and beautifully presented Bahen & Co Chocolate…. Im now officially in heaven!

I came home with some porterhouse steak (which my husband says was one of the best steaks he has had in a long time!!!) and some osso bucco, and Kelly (with her 2 year old son following close by) very generously loaded me up with kale, onions and spaghetti squash from her garden…..and lots of recipe ideas too!

For some recipe inspiration, check out the Gourmet Girlfriend's post on homemade hamburgers using bunbartha beef mince.

I had a lovely afternoon visiting the Bunbartha Beef Farm Store and chatting all things food with Kelly.
Its nice to see a business thrive on passion, and this is definitely one of them!

If you live locally, you can visit Kelly either at the markets mentioned below or at their farm store.
And if you live further away, jump online as you can still order and have it delivered to door. There is a monthly delivery for Melbourne orders- see website for dates.

The Farm Store is open most days (by appointment) and every Saturday afternoon between 2-5pm. Best to call Kelly on 03 58269653 or 0409561412 to arrange a time to visit.
See here for directions.

Echuca Farmer's Markets- Every 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the month.
Girgarre Famer's Markets- Every 2nd Sunday of the month.
Mooroopna Farmer's Markets- Every 3rd Sunday of the month.

Or order online- www.farmhousedirect.com.au/bunbarthabeef

Follow Bunbartha Beef on Facebook for up to date news on produce and market days!

For more information on Bunbartha Beef and directions to farm see their website.