country kitchen alchemy {edition three}…

what’s the best way to simultaneously expand your cooking repertoire & acknowledge that another month of your life has whizzed by? must be time for country kitchen alchemy with my friend lisa robertson!

there’s a good reason lisa & i have been friends for nearly 20 years: she loves cooking great food & i love eating it…

this month, with another wine vintage about to kick-off in her hometown of mclaren vale, lisa has created for us a beautiful home-style dish incorporating february’s key ingredient, fennel…

i’m pretty sure that fennel, like most of its aniseed-flavoured friends, divides the masses…

but did you know parts of this plant are distinctly less pungent in flavour than others?

me neither, so read on!

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so, what do you think?

in this, the month of love, have you too developed a new-found fatal attraction for bunny? the boyfriend has already added this dish to our weekend menu & i, for one, can’t wait to try this hearty pie out!

be sure to join us in march for the fourth instalment of country kitchen alchemy &, in the meantime, if you’d like to try any of lisa’s recipes yourself please do feel free to print off the recipe cards which i have saved in a more printer-friendly format {ie, a white background} under the my features tab…

previous editions of country kitchen alchemy: one, two

{this is not a sponsored post, just two friends sharing the love!}

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3 thoughts on “country kitchen alchemy {edition three}…

  1. Well hello Lisa. I hope you’re keeping well. As a die hard foodie, Fennel is high on the list. I use it in abundance, from drinking tea (seeds) to using in salads, roasts and also juicing.

    My fridge is currently full of it. One of my favourite quick salads: Finely grated fennel, finely sliced radish, best olive oil, lemon and sea salt. Done!!!! Delicious!

    Thank you for the lovely recipes. Happy Days!!

    • Thanks Tina … your quick salad sounds wonderful … easy simple but taste sensation …. What food is all about …. Enjoy the pie (it is my hubby’s favourite can not pass a rabbit in the butcher (rabbits in the garden are safe!) without him suggesting it ….Lisa

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