I'm one of those horrible people that doesn't believe in giving lollies to kids on Halloween. No disrespect to the tradition itself, its been practised for hundreds of years around the world but has only recently gained popularity here because we see on TV that's what they do in 'the states'. Not a good enough reason for me to let my kids go around to strangers houses I'm afraid.
Brussel Sprouts, the scourge of the vegetable kingdom. Not in my books! Cut them up into quarters and par boil in salted water until go bright green and softened a little, drain. Fry some diced bacon in a non-stick pan, chuck your sprouts in when the bacon has crisped up to your liking and fry until everything is coated is bacony goodness.
I wanted to show you this pic not so much for artistic value but for its health benefits listed below, you can buy these through Tom and Boo.
Hazelwood is a natural remedy to relieve or prevent ailments such as:
- the pain of teething or other dental conditions;
- skin conditions such as eczema, cold sores or acne;
- acid reflux, heartburn and constipation;
To me this is a perfect representation of life in Kalgoorlie, a mix of industry and nature. How many towns do you know of where it is common place to see a truck pulling four trailers full of ore? At any given time you could see a rabbit or a goat or a kangaroo or a wedge tail eagle or a nankeen kestrel or even a black shouldered kite or a giant monitor or a tiny little skink.....I love living here.
My little monkey being a little monkey. I had taken hubby's car fridge out of the truck to clean it and it was left next to the kitchen bench. Junior has decided that it is infinitely better to climb up and see what's cracking rather than randomly reaching up and grabbing whatever she can get her curious little mitts on. She's not even two yet, we have a loooooong road ahead of us lol.