I came home from Xmas shopping on Sunday to the smell of this. The big Bowerbird daughter had been in the kitchen whipping up not just one, but two raspberry and apple pies. I think she found the recipe on Taste.com. Would you believe there are about 5 punnets of raspberries in these, only a dish for the home grower with a bumper crop.
It disappeared pretty fast.
Strangely the little one didn't want hers, not that that posed much of a problem.
We had our first burst of really hot weather last week. After intending to make Gado Gado Thursday then napping on the couch instead, it was the perfect cool dinner for a hot Friday night.
Home grown potatoes, the first of the bandicooted spuds. It's the satay sauce that really makes the dish. We mixed up peanut butter, water, fish sauce, shrimp paste, brown sugar, soy sauce, and lime juice - the result was a tasty salty sweet sour concoction to drizzle on fresh crunchy salad, boiled eggs and home grown potatoes. it's a great harvest dish as you can just use whatever's growing in the garden. Most of our meals are served up like this - smorgasbord style - to cater for all the different taste buds in our house.
More raspberry jam made by that clever daughter of mine, this time using our home made apple pectin as we didn't have any lemons. Sooo good and quick to disappear.