After sweating it out creating a full roast in a steamy kitchen last Christmas, this year it is going to be the simple Aussie seafood BBQ. In Australia the country of origin of the seafood must be displayed but this doesn’t provide much insight into how sustainable the seafood is. What is more confusing is that fish from over exploited and depleted fishstocks regularly grace the shelves of fishmongers. So what should be on and off the Australian BBQ list this Christmas?
Posts Tagged ‘Eco-holiday’
Halloween as a kid was very exciting. Dressing up in scary costumes, staying up late, making lanterns, and gorging on the haul of treats collected. Living in a neighbourhood full of kids its obligatory to get involved again. The shops are full of cheap plastic masks, costumes and accessories at this time of year. But there are great ways of creating a truly green halloween (and also staying on track with the Salvos ‘Buy Nothing New Month’).