We’re all about creating truly delicious food.

The kind of food you reach for first, without even knowing that it’s 100% plant-based and whole. Nutrient dense, essential nourishment of a particular kind that ticks all the boxes. It’s all the things because it’s All The Things.


‘I’m thrilled by this beautiful book. Cherie’s recipes are bursting with flavour and creativity. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.’ Maggie Beer
A Plant-Based Farmhouse celebrates exactly that timelessness, with more than 80 wholefood, dairy- and sometimes gluten-free recipes based on traditional plant-based country foods and cooking methods, along with veg-centric riffs on familiar homestead favourites. Whether it’s inspiration for hearty salads, roasts and brunches, magnificent cakes and tarts, or go-to staples, there’s so much deliciousness within these pages. Plant-based or otherwise, no one need miss out.


With a full pendulum swing from our small beginnings at the local Farmer’s Market, to volume-driven commercial food production for national supermarkets and gourmet food stores, we’ve found our happy place in bespoke workshops and tailored food experiences. After our big picture commercial experience, we have returned to what really excites us about food; connecting with small gatherings of like-minded souls who are keen to learn, share and eat in a more nourishing way.


Creator and presenter, Cherie Hausler is the real deal. She lives a plant based life in the most visually beautiful way – no preaching, just an authentic connection with the food she grows, the people she introduces us to and the experiences she shares. Foraging wild asparagus with a fellow small producer, building a recycled glasshouse from salvaged windows, or chatting to local prize winning preserves experts  – it’s all part and parcel of a shift towards new traditions that have nothing to do with doilies and country twee, and everything to do with the simple beauty than can be found in self sufficiency.


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