A shared table. A rambling kitchen garden. A hilltop farmhouse, and 113 acres.
Hands on cooking workshops and joyous seasonal lunches.
Hello and welcome
Thirteen years ago I committed myself to eating with our Gippsland seasons and from our own land, a hilly but fertile 113 acres, knowing nothing more than that I wanted to live simply and well and play my own tiny part in ‘fixin’ things’. More than a decade later we have the deep satisfaction of knowing where all our food comes from, because it all comes from…here. So what will you find at Tamsin’s Table? Cooking workshops that get your hands back into the soil, harvesting and preparing ingredients you’ll cook just minutes later. Masterclasses that spring from family and community traditions, all that good stuff you can’t learn from books. And regular long table lunches to celebrate good company and the food we grow here. You can see what we’re up to here .
There really is nothing better than opening the pantry to see rows of gleaming glass botttles filled with glowing fruit. Bottling is much easier than it looks, and is by far the most effective and efficient way of storing large quantities of fruit through the winter, not to mention a wonderful path to eating more independently,
Menus change from day to day to reflect what is best and most bountiful in the garden - see what we've been eating recently.More +
Bottled preserves, black radishes, stored pumpkins, bitter greens, freshly dug potatoes, pancetta, sausages and smoked meats