The Urban Farmhouse

Hannah. Australian. City Kid my geographic location, country kid at heart

To me, a farmhouse is a place of safety. It’s where people come and automatically feel at home. It’s shared meals, full bellies, wholesome food and a dining room table that can always fit ‘just one more person’. It’s the sound of rain on the tin roof, copious cups of tea and a constant chatter. It’s late night card games on the verandah and shared beers on the front steps. It’s pristine sunrises and a hard-earnt sunset after a dusty day in the yards. It’s home – but not merely for its physical setting, but what and who it holds within its four walls. 

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Basil Pesto

If there’s one food to epitomize my childhood, its Basil Pesto. My Nana used to make it and we looked forward to her visits where she’d always bring us a little jar.  The recipe was then passed onto my mum and then onto me. We eat pesto with pasta, slather it onto fresh white bread and …

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