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Broad Bean Dip by Annie Smithers & Alice Oehr

Broad Bean Dip by Annie Smithers & Alice Oehr

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This recipe poster is labour of love, both from chef Annie Smithers and artist Alice Oehr.

A recipe that may seem simple in its composition, is complex in taste and also in its journey to the plate. From planting and tending the plants, to picking the pods, to podding them, blanching them, skinning them, then crushing them, which Annie undertakes on her farm in Trentham, Victoria.

Alice has heroed the broad bean pods and their flowers in a positively verdant palette.

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • One poster provides 10 meals
  • Available in: A2 format 42 x 59 cm | A3 format 29.7 x 42cm
  • Printed on 130gsm Extract paper, made entirely from 100% recycled coffee cups
  • Unframed

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Annie Smithers & Alice Oehr

Annie Smithers was an early adopter to the kitchen garden movement and for over 12 years now she has cooked from her vegetable gardens. Her restaurant du Fermier in Trentham, Victoria serves classic French Farmhouse style food, where Annie grows most of the produce and selects her proteins and dairy products from farmers with the highest regenerative and animal husbandry ethics.

Annie writes for The Saturday Paper, has a regular segment on Blueprint for Living on Radio National and has written 3 books. Her most recent book, Recipes For A Kinder Life, blends memoir, recipes and practical tips on how to walk the earth a little more gently.

Alice Oehr is an artist and designer from Melbourne. Her distinct, colourful style incorporates a love of food, pattern, collage and drawing. Alongside illustration and design, Oehr teaches still-life classes.
Her work has appeared in numerous books as well as on textiles, homewares and large-scale installations.
She has author-illustrated several of her own books; The Art of Cake (Thames & Hudson 2020), Still Life Drawing (Hardie Grant, 2021), Pretend You’re in Paris (Pan Macmillan, 2022), and most recently Off To The Market (Scribble, 2022).