Author: Maude Farrugia

Growing onions

Growing onions

Growing onions is easy, and they are one of the few things you can plant through winter in cooler areas. While they take quite a bit of time to mature, onions take very little work to grow and are a very satisfying addition to a home harvest-basket. Here we take you through a few simple… View more

Banana Oat Bars Recipe

Banana Oat Bars Recipe

Banana oat bars are the perfect sugar and plastic free lunch box treat! They’re quick to make and kids love them. You’ll find that the honey makes them sweet without having to add any sugar. Our banana oat bars are a great alternative to packaged muesli bars and they are quick to make. These were… View more

Cucumber Pickles

Cucumber Pickles

As cucumber season peaks in our parts, Pip Mag’s own Advertising Manager extraordinaire Peta-Pippa Picked a Peck of Pickles and came up with this delicious recipe for cucumber pickles for you to twist your tongue around. Salting overnight helps these cucumber pickles keep their crunch, making them extra delicious. 7 cucumber large 2 onion large 5 cup white… View more

Pip Issue 10 has arrived!

Pip Issue 10 has arrived!

Introducing Pip Issue 10 – our “Retrosuburbia” issue! Our latest offering – issue 10 – is inspired by David Holmgren’s new book hence the gorgeous teapot cover. You’ll find it jam packed with hacks for turning your backyard into a permaculture oasis. The issue is illustrated with gorgeous drawings, thoughtful words and wonderful photos from… View more

Pip Podcast #9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia

Pip Podcast #9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia

Our latest Pip Permaculture Podcast is a cracker, featuring permaculture co-originator David Holmgren talking about his latest book Retrosuburbia, which will be launched this week at the Sustainable Living Festival.   The forthcoming issue of Pip Magazine (released in mid-February 2018) – is our “retrosuburbia” issue – dedicated to delving deep into David’s ideas explored… View more