This delicious passionfruit mousse dessert recipe is easy to make and bound to impress with its light texture and superb flavour.
I’m really excited to share this quick recipe with you because it really is the perfect tropical summer dessert.
I made this recently for family members and they absolutely loved the flavour and the way it just dissolves in your mouth.
I’ve already been asked when I am making it again and it hasn’t even been a week yet!
Forty years ago Innot Hot Springs farmer Bill Godden planted one of the few pecan nut orchards in the Far North.
Each winter, the nuts are harvested and sold mostly through word-of-mouth and local markets, providing top-quality produce for those who are lucky enough to be in the know.
I visited Bill at his property recently and found not only a first-class product, but also a true character of the Australian bush.
To tell you the truth, up until about a week ago, I didn’t know much about pecan nuts. Sure, I had heard of them – even used them from time to time – but they were always just something I’d bought off the supermarket shelf, with no idea of where they came from.
I just assumed they were something I couldn’t source locally . . .
Looking for the perfect treat for your guests next time you invite them over for morning tea? Try serving up a delicious star fruit upside down cake – I guarantee it will surprise and impress them . . .
At least a couple of times a week, I try to go for a walk in the afternoons. Partly because I need the exercise and partly because I live near a river and it’s relaxing to walk along the bank and enjoy the view.
I usually take my two English staffies with me (they enjoy getting out of the backyard), and occasionally my teenage kids join us.
I follow a footpath which runs along its eastern bank, flanked by houses, then under a bridge and up alongside the town’s high school. The high school hasn’t always been a high school though.
For a long time it was a TAFE College; a place where adults went to further their studies through courses aimed at improving their job prospects.
I was teenager myself when it first kicked off and it was a roaring success. It had all sorts of subjects on offer and in its heyday, had a lot of really cool infrastructure in place.
One of these was an orchard.