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A Basket by the Door

SOPHIE HANSEN, MURDOCH BOOKS

“Making and sharing good, simple, seasonal food is an act of love and generosity.” To give and share food with those you love is the sentiment behind , by Sophie Hansen who, originally from Sydney, now lives on a farm just outside of Orange in New South Wales. She shares many

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