Farm to Fork

Farm to Fork

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Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • He has set up a self sustainable farm
  • I try to find a lot of hippie chefs
  • With two restaurants on the property and a lodge
  • How is it going?
  • Beautiful surroundings
  • I know everything that’s happened to these plants from day one
  • We are not certified yet
  • When I first came here as a customer
  • I was just blown away
  • One of the best days in my life
  • I planted strawberries
  • Pick strawberries
  • We pick in the morning, because everything has more flavor in the morning
  • A veggie patch
  • You don’t need to stock pile
  • I think the whole concept is awesome
  • One of the newest dishes on the menu
  • A side salad
  • It’s good, it’s tasty, it’s fresh
  • Caring so much about what they’re doing
  • Congratulations, I wish you all the best for the future 

Jovi explores the Hunter Valley in Australia  and talks to an amazing chef George Francisco. George has a unique approach to sustainability and the restaurant game. [foraged]

Read more about Farm to Fork Dining @ Peppers Covent Hunter Valley    Talk & Spoon

Jovi explores the Hunter Valley and talks to an amazing chef George Francisco. Who has a unique approach to sustainability and the restaurant game!
Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #5

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #5

Rooster
           

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Roosters are symbolic of aggressiveness and a warning of impending danger, it is also reflective of the shimmering aspects of personality.
 
Read more at Buzzle: Roosters
 

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symbol”

Another interesting post on this symbol  : The Gallic Rooster

Weekly Photo Challenge || Door

Weekly Photo Challenge || Door

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“Door” Idioms and Proverbs 

A golden key can open any door

Prov. Sufficient money can accomplish anything.  Jill:  I’m amazed that Sally got into a good university;  her grades were so poor.   Jane: Well, she comes from a wealthy family, and a golden key can open any door.

When one door shuts, another opens

Prov. When you lose one opportunity, you often find a different one.   Jane: I just found out I’m failing two classes. I’ll never get intocollege with grades like this. Jill:   Well, maybe you’ll find something better than college.   When one door shuts, another opens.

Behind closed doors

in secret; away from observers, reporters, or intruders, usually in a closed room.  They held the meeting behind closed doors, as the law allowed.  Every important issue was decided behind closed doors.
 
(source : thefreedictionary.com)

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Doors”

Weekly Photo Challenge || Early Bird

Weekly Photo Challenge || Early Bird

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If someone calls you an early bird, it means that you tend to get up very early in the morning. It’s usually a compliment to be called an early bird.

Early birds are people with a natural habit of waking early, and often also going to bed before it gets too late. You can also call someone who arrives early to events, movies, the airport, or appointments as an early bird. Early bird comes from a seventeenth century English proverb, “The early bird catches the worm,” which means that people who are well prepared are usually the most successful.

(source : vocabulary.com)

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “The Early Bird”