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Dried figs, Pot Roast and Green Curry NO WAY !!

Posted by Sue Heward on

People have asked me frequently what I do with our semi-dried figs. Now this is a reasonable question because Australian dried figs can be pretty hard to source let alone the soft sticky dried ones we produce.

I add dried figs to almost everything we eat. They are super delicious and packed with potassium, calcium, magnesium and fibre. Perfect little nuggets of goodness. In my mind there are so many options but some of my recipes might stretch the boundaries alittle on traditional food pairing.

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From the Fast Lane to Figs

Posted by Sue Heward on

January 20: Today is our first anniversary on the farm. Exactly one year ago Mark and I drove 700km from our home in Melbourne to my family's fig orchard in the Riverland in rural South Australia.
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My Classic Riverland Summer Platters

Posted by Sue Heward on

Let's face it you don't need a recipe for a platter, well I don't think so. Some say it's a whole sensory experience- that is probably true. I often don't get much chance to plan a platter, beyond making sure I have our figs, pecans, quince and a range of other local produce in the fridge and pantry.

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