Grazing sneak peek

We went out to grazing yesterday for a wonderful lunch. This was a rare cooked yellowfin tuna with crisp octopus.

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What’s in season: March

In season: March



Asian greens, butter beans (aka yellow beans, aka wax beans), beetroot, broccoli, green cabbage, red cabbage, capsicum, carrots, corn, cucumber, eggplant, leeks, lettuce, shiitake mushrooms, pine mushrooms (aka saffron milkcap), slippery jack mushrooms, okra, onions, peas, potatoes, pumpkin, silverbeet, spinach, squash, swedes (aka rutabaga), tomatoes, turnip, witlof, zucchini

Herbs, spices and aromatics

basil, chervil, chillies, coriander, curly parsley, dill, flat leaf parsley, Italian Purple garlic, ginger, majoram, mint, oregano, rocket, sage, spring onions (aka green onions, aka shallots – not eschallots), tarragon, thyme, watercress

Fruits, berries and nuts

almonds, chestnuts, fingerlimes, figs, cardinal grapes, muscatel grapes, sultana grapes, hazelnuts, lemons, imperial mandarins, papaya, passionfruit, Buerre Bosc pears, Packenham pears, red sensation pears, William pears, persimmon, pomegranate, plums, quinces, raspberries, rhubarb, strawberries, tamarillos, walnuts