Late October 2012

although spring is actually here, the winter chill still lingers on, we are still harvesting and blanching cauliflower. The deer season is all but over, not that you cannot shoot an animal, the flies would have it done over well and truly before we got it out of the bush. Its white meat time. Yep fishing. Dust off the rods, clean out the boat and get ready to go- now all I need is some calm weather and some TIL accrued with the family and hunter gathera will prevail. Snapper are just around the corner.

 

strawberries going gangbusters

Trying some batter

Northern Sea star (Native)

Flathead and spotty (Young Australian salmon)

A lot of people don’t eat the salmon, but if its fresh its good, we should not concentrate on only a few species if we are to be truly sustainable

Filleting and skinning Flathead Tail ($40 per kilo from shops)

 

Well, we still have frozen deer, but whom wants to thaw out some steak when we have fresh Flathead tails and strawberries for dessert?

 

 

 

 

 

About franash

A sustainable minded, deep thinking, holistic person, wanting to show people how they can provide for most of their own food
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