Last of the summer’s tasty wild greens

Three kinds of tasty, nutritious leafy green vegetables have survived in my Mudgee garden despite the harshest summer ever. They’re all “wild” greens- chicory and sorrel, which also grow on local roadsides and river banks, and Warrigal Greens, an Australian native plant which grows on sand dunes close to coastal rivers and beaches. With winter…

Wild greens harvest on the Goulburn

Last week I went on a camping trip to the Goulburn River, about 60km from Mudgee, with friends from the north coast who were passing through on their way south. This river, with its broad bed of white quartz sand and rounded basalt cobbles, and crystal clear, shallow water, flows through the pagoda formations of…