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Recent Newsletter Posts
Market Day and Lunch at Wickedfood Earth - Saturday 24 August Hi Join the Wickedfood Earth Country Cooking School team this coming Saturday, 24 August for our Market Morning and/or our Country Mezze Lunch. This will be a unique opportunity for you to come see where your food comes from, taste [more]
Hi all, This has to be the most challenging time of the year on Wickedfood Earth Farm. It’s always a gamble managing grazing and second guessing when the first rains will come. With climate change it’s already a lot hotter than it should be. This has confused the growing cycle in nature. [more]
Hi all, The cycle of the seasons keeps us busy as always at Wickedfood Earth Farm and Country Cooking School. With winter, we are once again making our popular bacon and other cold meats. Our first 3 charcuterie workshops for the year were all fully subscribed. We are putting on one more [more]
Hi all, Well winter is finally here, nearly a month late. That means Charcuterie Workshop time. Every year over winter we run a series of meat curing workshops, each one dedicated to different skills of meat curing and processing. The cycle of seasons is very important to us as an organic [more]
Hi Now that the elections are over and the President sworn in, we are hopeful that we can get on again with getting the economy back into motion. To celebrate the election of a new government and the dawn of a new, more positive future for the beautiful country we call home, Wickedfood Earth [more]
Hi all, Although it does not feel like it, the Wickedfood Earth Country Cooking School food gardens are telling us that autumn is on its way. We are in full harvest with all our different beans, aubergines, tomatoes, potatoes, pumpkins, tomatillos, and pomegranates. It’s also now a race [more]