Foggydale Farm Jam Sessions: Homegrown & Homemade Seasonal Preserves
Gardening guru Lynda Hallinan's new book takes seasonal, organic fruit from the orchard to the pantry with oodles of practical gardening advice, a fair bit of humour and loads of easy harvest recipes for homegrown, homemade preserves. A 50:50 mix of gardening know-how and recipes, Foggydale Farm Jam Sessions covers the basics of making jams and jellies just like our grandmothers used to, but without the hassle of slaving over a hot stove all summer. This beautiful hardcover book, with original watercolour illustrations by artist Lindsay Eller and photography by Sally Tagg, is packed with honest growing information and hundreds of fruit tree variety recommendations for New Zealand gardens, delivered with authority but in Lynda's signature entertaining style.
This beautiful 256-page hardcover book, with original watercolour illustrations by artist Lindsay Eller and gorgeous photography by Sally Tagg, is packed with honest growing information and hundreds of fruit tree variety recommendations for New Zealand gardens, delivered with authority but in Lynda’s signature entertaining style.
Lynda Hallinan is a New Zealand gardening writer, broadcaster, columnist and television presenter. The editor-at-large of NZ Gardener magazine, she also writes a weekly column in the Sunday Star-Times and chats to Jack Tame every Saturday at 10.40am on NewstalkZB.Lynda lives at Foggydale Farm in the Hunua Ranges, south-east of Auckland, with her husband, Jason, and two young boys, Lucas and Lachie, plus 14 free-range (as in somewhat wild-eyed) Limousin cattle, three dozen sheep, eight chooks, two kunekune pigs, four cats and two dogs. Her expansive (and ever growing) spray-free garden boasts more than 300 fruit trees, 40 vege beds and enough flowers to fill a small florist shop. This is her fourth book.
Introduction, Back to Basics, Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Savoury Condiments