Wednesday, 23 March 2011

The Agrarian Kitchen




On monday (which now feels like a lifetime ago) I was lucky enough to have the day off and attend a class with friends at the Agrarian Kitchen. We booked almost six months ago but it was definitely worth the wait, we did the agrarian experience class and I would highly recommend it. Seriously nothing better than spending a monday walking around a veggie garden, milking a goat and then cooking up beautiful food in an amazing kitchen. I went a bit crazy taking pictures but nevermind (!), like I say if you get the chance definitely book in a class.

20 comments:

Sarah B said...

Catherine, your photos are absolutely fantastic. The light in them is marvelous x

Bluesistheteacher said...

oh goshh... why are we so far?!!

Siobhan said...

Wonderful pictures Catherine! I am so jealous of you being able to take part in a class. I continue to hatch plans to get myself to Hobart and surrounds....

Jane Flanagan said...

This sounds amazing. I adore your pictures!!

P.K said...

Fabulous photos, it must have been a heavenly day.

LolO-vIvi said...

OOOOOOOOhHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh this is so cute,you remmember me about the time i had spent at my grandmother. :)

Lucent Imagery said...

I'm so glad you took lots of pictures, these are gorgeous. My Mum and I have intentions to do a cooking class together at an organic school this year. What an inspiring day that must have been.

Jayne said...

Ahhh I'm so jealous- I've always wanted to visit there!! It must have been such a rewarding experience. I love all the photos you took- especially the one of the little sheepy :)

Hazel said...

I'm so envious, would love to go some time!

Pip said...

I want to go too! Let's all go! Yes! (Lovely photos, Miss C) x

Same Length Pinkies said...

sounds like such a cool experience. i wish i were closer to australia...

Tereza said...

I've been looking through your blog and it's very lovely :)

Anna said...

That looks like such an amazing day and your photos are beautiful! I think I might need to book myself in and have a holiday for a few days down there...

bianca said...

Wow! I'm going to have to add this to my list also!!! Maybe I should just move to Tas :)

Amanda said...

Stunning photos! That must have been such a fun filled day.

Sara said...

Wonderful photos! The food looks amazing.

Marfio said...

Oh yum. Thank you for sharing this - I will put it on my sub-to-do list when I accomplish my bigger goal of actually visiting Tasmania!

Michelle said...

Stunning photos Catherine! I'm going to Tomato Gluttony in a couple of weeks and can't wait!

Sally said...

Catherine your foodie photos, as always, are wonderful :)

MissK said...

I want to go too but am bad at planning so far ahead