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Rock Wallabies, Magnetic Island, travelling, and setting up the OzPig, all this and more on Damo's All Day Breakfast

Hi Everyone.

For various reasons it has been a few weeks since I've been able to do a live show, however, this week, I'm once again comfortably set up in the Soundproof Booth, and ready to bring you two hours of great music and friendly chat.

Among other things, I'll fill you in on my trip to Magnetic Island, where we met some very cute and interesting Rock Walabies. My OzPig finally arrived this week, so I'll be able to tell you more about it, and how easy it was to set up.

The Crew from Free-Range Sailing joins Damo on Mushroom FM.

Hi Everyone.

This week, on Damo's All Day Breakfast, I'm really excited to bring you an interview with Troy and Pascale from www.freerangesailing.com

This fascinating couple have spent the last 4 years circumnavigating Australia in their 50 year old, 30 foot fiberglass sailing boat, proving that you really can have the adventure of a lifetime on a very modest budget.

It's truffles, and old telephones for Breakfast this week on Damo's All Day Breakfast

Last weekend, Marion and I took a trip out to a little town called Stanthorpe. While there, we checked out the Truffle Discovery Centre, and learned more about truffles than we'd ever thought to ask, so I'd like to tell you about the trip and share what we learned. We also visited the herritage museum and found lots of cool stuff from days gone by.

Sailing Ships, Sailing Men, and Mike's Green Chicken Curry on this week's All Day Breakfast

this week, as the title suggests, we're talking sailing ships and sailing men on the all day breakfast. That's because Marion and I had a tour of a working sailing ship last weekend, and because my latest project is to find a way to skipper my own fishing boat eyes-free. I'll tell you all about both of these things during the show. I also share a recipe which I'm calling Mike's Green Chicken Curry, and there's the usual mix of great music and friendly chat.

there's Pea and Ham Soup on the menu this week on Damo's All Day Breakfast.

This week has been a little cold in my part of the world, so I thought it'd be a good opportunity to try experimenting with cooking pea and ham soup n the pressure cooker.

As it turned out, this was the easiest pea and ham soup I've ever made, so I thought I'd share it with you this week on the show.
there's lots of other things I'd like to talk with you about, including a tandem bike update, a new Braille gadget I'm playing with, a story about portable boats that inspired me, and then of course there's string.

Winter Warmers on Damo's All Day Breakfast.

As I write this, Winter is fast approaching here in Australia, and in this part of the country we've just had our first cold snap of the year. That made me start thinking about winter food, so this week, I have a great winter warmer recipe to share with you. I'd also like to hear from you if you'd be interested in a series on recipes that you can make in the slow cooker, pressure cooker, or crockpot.

the All Day Breakfast returns after a short break.

Just a quick reminder to join me (Damo) at 4 PM Eastern for the All Day Breakfast. For two hours I'll share some of my favourite Aussie and Kiwi music, there's some comedy in there as well, and I've got lots to talk to you about, in terms of my recent camping trip, some new tech toys, and my latest cooking experiments.

If you'd like to get in touch you can email damo@mushroomfm.com, either with an email or a voice clip, or you can tweet @damoonair using the #Mushroomfm hashtag.

I hope you'll join me soon.

Something Fishy on the Easter edition of Damo's All Day Breakfast.

G'day, and happy easter to those who celebrate it.

As a Catholic child, we always ate fish on Good Friday when I was growing up, so since we have my mum, sister, and brother-in-law coming over for lunch on Good Friday, I thought I'd have a go at making something fishy, in order to revisit the old family traidition. So this week on the show, I'll share with you my version of Seafood Chouder.

It's quick, easy, and tastes great, and there's not much you could do with it to make it go wrong.


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