Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Francois catches herring.

In our WWOOFing programme at Homeprint, Allison and I are keen to share our knowledge of organic gardening, food gathering as well as teaching creative skills using the large collection of 'Book Art' equipment. Here we have driven the 35 minutes out to Tangimoana, where the Rangitikei River meets the sea. We often catch kahawai or yellow eyed mullet. These two fish are usually around 2 kg and make a wonderful healthy meal. Egg and bread crumb fillets and smoked back bone are the main ways we prepare this sweet, fresh, fish for tea.



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