Made Pho with Barber Benny last night. Used this as a guideline.
Already had premade pork stock from our pig heads.
Prepare the onions and ginger.
Char the onions and ginger.
Toast the spices.
Combine the broth ingredients.
Cover and simmer the broth.
Freeze the beef for 15 minutes.
Slice the beef into thin slices.
Cook the rice noodles.
The one nice thing about being your own client in the branding and marketing world is that you don’t have to be precious about protocol. Well at least that’s how we roll.
Have a look at the new look that Jules Goodwin has on a roll for us.
Serendipitously this new look has a familiar look to it.
Brock Oliver Cromwell
Gregory Brock Cromwell
Waiting for Aubrey Davis Cromwell signature with a 3rd generation style.
Lucky us. Look who is going to dig in and help us with our websites. Meet Digby Hildreth, a local boy who is pretty good at writing and taking pictures.
Here are some links to some articles Digby has written about our farm and we are looking forward to him following us around and writing more stories and to help us find a focus for our website.
Times are a changing. After a review of our telecommunication needs Alison and I decided landlines are not for us.
You can no longer, not that we ever answered it, reach us on the landline in the farm house, house shed or top shed. At this point, we are going to keep our mobile phones. But maybe one day…
With much anticipation, it has finally begun. It won’t be as pretty and posh as this but this gives you a good idea of how to make marmalade from scratch. As per usual we will follow no specific recipe. Instead we will blaze our own trail with trial and error. Ooops too much Scotch. Better save that for putting on things after lunch.
Read before you sign and support of course. Thanks for taking the time to pass this on Johno. Cromwell Farms loves the sound of this and are keen to do what we can to keep our families farming in the Byron Shire.
the recent farming forum and workshops have been really interesting and it has been refreshing to have the agribusiness sector recognised as a valuable industry for the region.
These sessions have again highlighted the one Read More
Pop Up Pork-Monday April 30 – May 3
Heads On Spit Pigs Available. $12 / kg
17.7 kg-sold Jay O’Harae
18.6 kg-sold Jeremy Burn
24.5 kg-sold Graeme Stockdale-Stock Pot Kitchen
25.8 kg – sold Matthew Bleakley-Office Accountants
26.7 kg – sold Bella Cromwell
27.1 kg – sold Morley Cromwell
27.9 kg – sold Aubrey Cromwell
31.1 kg -sold Alison Cromwell
What are we going to do with our Big 4? It’s a bit indulgent but we are going to get as much bacon and ham out of the little pigs as possible. We oversold at our last Pop Up Pork Sale and were left with very little bacon and Read More