Which is precisely what I am going to do now...
In February we had Chinese New Year at the house in Geeveston, and invited a few people round to join us and Coreen's family for a bit of a meal. And as anyone who has been to a Chinese New Year celebration knows, a bit of a meal is one hell of a feast! We put one of our pigs on the spit, and the taste of it was absolutely sensational, completely unadorned by spices or herbs. Three of our aunties were here, along with Cor's parents, and we had an amazing time.
|People start to come out to see the pig|
|Yours truly plus the trained chef (and Zak) keep a close eye on proceedings|
|Time for everyone to get in and toss the yee sang salad for long life and a prosperous year!|
|Julian loved having his family here, he was really lost when they left!|
|Loves Aunty Kim|
|Aunty Bee giving Julian some advice over lunch at Peppermint Bay|
|Aunties See, Bee and Kim with the lad|
|Matt showing Justin, Fumi and Dan how to tag the sheep before separating the new ones|
|Cosmos and Fumi help us release the seven new Muscovies we have been looking after at the house in Geeveston|
|A normal week night and a neighbour drops round with an Atlantic salmon that he gets for free from his job at the fish farm. Sushi on the menu!|
|We went to the launch of Nick, Ross and Matthew's new book in Hobart, catering done by our good mates Kelly and Cassy|
|Another clutch of Muscovy ducklings, this time 11 hatched!|
|He's a Wee Willie Smiths lad for sure. A great day at the Taste of the Huon.|