Diggings 30 March 2022

Pic: Paul van Reyk A bumper edition starting off with more on Indigenous water sovereignty and the exclusions of Indigenous voices from discussions on climate change amelioration; a delightful article by Jacqui Newling on coming to literal grips with discomforting food; more on the appalling conditions in aged care; perspectives on food scarcity and more. …

Diggings 28 June 2020

. How blending teas helped a young Indigenous woman connect to her culture "I'd made a lemon myrtle and ginger tea, and Sharlee started thinking a little bit more deeply that you can get lemon myrtle tea anywhere. So Sharlee thought maybe strawberry gum might be an interesting addition. "So we popped some strawberry gum …

Bitter Bread and Sour

An essay written for the module ‘Principles of Gastronomy’ in the Masters in Gastronomy delivered by Cordon Bleu and Adelaide University. ‘For dole bread is bitter bread, bitter bread and sourThere’s grief in the taste of it, there’s weevils in the flour.’ Dorothy Hewitt, Weevils in the Flour For on the day he died he …