Another busy week in the Eucalypt Tree house, so nothing too adventurous made it onto the menu this week.
The growing every minute teenage boy picked his favourite, pad thai. As he is still recovering from major dental surgery who was I not to oblige!
Living in our busy world as we do, I don’t think I would cope without a little forward planning. I’ve always been a person to plan and have things organised.
Doing a weekly menu plan to feed my lot, including a non-stop growing teenage boy, is a must do activity every week. Continue reading
As mentioned in my last post I cooked from a new to me Cookbook. Hubby and I like to browse through one of the op shops near to our property and both seem to always come out with something. have been slowly building up a collect of fiction books, but this cookbook caught my eye as I have been known to buy the odd delicious magazine and have liked their recipes. Fir only $2 how could I resist?
Another working week over. Phew. I work in the education system and had just returned back to work after 2 weeks holiday. It’s always a little shock to the system.
Anyway… I was well organised and it all went smoothly. There was some baking, yummy meals, pretty flowers and even beautiful sunrises.
My crafting project ufo pile just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Oh why do I have to keep on working when there is so much craftiness fun to be had!?
Crochet is certainly high on my list of craftiness fun I’m currently enjoying. Last count I had 4 projects on the go but 1 in particular has my full interest at the moment.
I’m call this blanket The ANZAC. ANZAC being an acronym for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Continue reading
The name for the blog was an easy one to choose. Eucalypt tree has a lot of meaning to me and the future we plan on having.
I might have been born an Aussie city girl but my heart lies in the good old Aussie bush and nothing says the Aussie bush like Eucalpyt Tree. Continue reading
In the Eucalypt Tree house hold we certainly love our food. Food is quite often in our conversations, how, what and when we will be eating. What new ingredients we want to try. The more varied the better.
Lots of inspiration comes from the many cookbooks we own and the different cultures we like to explore. New ingredients in our house are always welcomed. Continue reading
Hi, and welcome to my blog Eucalypt Tree. I’m Annette and I come from the beautiful sunshine state, Queensland, in Australia. Happily married and the mum of two nearly adult children. We are currently planning our escape to live and create on our 6 Acre property on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
I’ve been following blogs for a few years now and have learnt plenty about living simply, cooking, gardening and crafting and thought maybe I too could make a contribution to the online world with my own adventures. Continue reading