A young mum has been the toast of the town with her incredible collection of summer fruit and vegs and chicken breast.
Lynds Fruit Farm, which sells fruit, vegetables and meats, is also a major supplier of meat and fish to Australian restaurants.
“I’m really proud of my mum, she is my most beautiful mother,” one of the farm’s founders, Julie, told ABC Rural.
“We love it, it’s so good.” “
Julie’s husband, Matt, is a meat and poultry specialist who has been working on the farm since 2008. “
We love it, it’s so good.”
Julie’s husband, Matt, is a meat and poultry specialist who has been working on the farm since 2008.
“It’s been really tough in the last few years, but she’s really doing it and she has a lot of great ideas,” he said.
The farm’s owner and founder Julie Lyndson says her mother has a collection of about 20,000 items of fruit and vegetables from around the world.
She has a ‘favourite’ from China, she said.
“From a chicken breast to a plum to a banana, it would be ridiculous not to have a chicken on hand.”
Ms Lyndsen, who has lived at the farm for the past 10 years, is proud of her daughter and grandson.
Julie said the farm has had a huge impact on her family’s life. “
Now she does all her own chicken and she cooks all her dishes, so we get to enjoy a different flavour and we can all enjoy our favourite fruit.”
Julie said the farm has had a huge impact on her family’s life.
“”They’re really happy and they love it here, it really is a miracle for us,” she said of the Lyndses. “
“They’re just so excited about being here.” “
Julie, who is from Woori, Western Australia, said she had never cooked before but had learned quickly from her mother. “
They’re just so excited about being here.”
Julie, who is from Woori, Western Australia, said she had never cooked before but had learned quickly from her mother.
“A lot of the recipes come from my mother, she’s the best cook I’ve ever met, she makes everything from scratch and she makes all her recipes from scratch,” she explained.
“My mum is so talented, so I really am just taking it on.”
Ms Lynds said the family were also looking forward to getting back to work on the farms next season.
“The family are so excited, we’ll be back, we’re excited to be back here,” she told ABC Radio Rural.
Ms Lydeys daughter, Olivia, who also works at the farms, said the planters’ community was very important to her.
“Everybody here knows each other so they’re very close-knit,” she added.
“Everyone here is so excited for the season.”
My mum has her own food, her food is her favourites, she has the best recipes.
It’s always nice to have something here. “
No, no, no.
It doesn’t matter what year it is, we always have it here.””
That’s our life here.
It doesn’t matter what year it is, we always have it here.”