Monday, November 30, 2009
Last walk along the railway lines
love the freedom of kalgoorlie
no fences around the railway lines
will miss walking down them
Saturday, November 28, 2009
time to say goodbye, slightly emotional
No phone for about a month and exams --> no pictures for a while
Here is my catch up
Kalgoorlie is beautiful - a very large sky
I will miss the sky most
And the spring storms - one week of 38C heat with thunderstorms and pouring rain each night for two weeks - lovely!
and giant hail stones
Wake up again and beautiful clear blue skies
Cooking with Sarah:
How to get this amazing result?
1. Get a rolled loin of pork from your butcher and make sure they score the rind for you.
2. Rub it all over with olive oil - lots of olive oil. Massage it right in. We also stuffed the middle with fennel seeds and sage.
3. Pile about 1/4 cup salt onto your hand and massage it into the rind. It sounds like a lot but you need it
4. Squeeze over the juice of half a small lemon
5. Put into an extremely hot oven - try 250C if you can
6. Roast for 30 mins at this hot temp - the skin should blister and bubble and turn crackly already
7. Turn down the oven and roast for the rest of the time at 180C
Roast for 1 hour per kg - perfect!
We served it with roasted apples - delicious
Nigella's old fashioned chocolate cake