Better Homes & Gardens Meets Wymah

Recently, I was very excited to be approached by the team behind Better Homes & Gardens Australia.  They were planning a special focused on the mighty Murray River, and were looking for farms in the area to include.

I was happy to have them (naturally!) and hosted host Johanna Griggs and chef Karen Martini at the farm shortly afterwards.

They were very complimentary about the farm and loved tasting the olives in the brining room, at different stages of fermentation.  Karen Martini even created a beautiful recipe using my lamb and olives, which tasted as good as it looks.

To view the segment and to download Karen’s recipe, please click the image below.

To shop the olives used in the recipe, please head to our SHOP.

 

 

Succulent Organic Lamb

Why do people love our succulent lamb? Because it just tastes so delicious. Organic farming practices bring out the best. It’s all to do with our care for our animals. And you enjoy the benefits!

Have you ever noticed that very yummy things are also often good for you? I have also noted they need less embellishment and allow a simpler cooking experience.

Organic farming practices bring out the best of complex flavours in anything grown, be it plant or animal. The organisms in the soil provide more complex flavours to the food.  Pasture fed also means there of heaps of good fats (rather than others) in the meat.  This is marked when you compare grass fed and feed lot lamb, but can also be noted in grain ‘finished’ stock.

It’s all to do with care for our animals. And we all enjoy the benefits!  It’s a pleasure to see the stock in good health as it is a pleasure to observe the meat they provide us with, and to taste it of course.

Mary Done

Wymah Organics Owner and Certified Organic Farmer