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Seasonal Produce – November

Cherries Lusciously juicy cherries conjure the flavours of summer picnics and Christmas feasts. These plump ruby red gems are in fact not a berry as they are commonly known, but a stone fruit. Cherries are a good source of free radical fighting antioxidants and dietary fibre. Eating cherries fresh is the best way to make […]

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bush tucker

Bush Tucker

What would you say is Australia’s national dish? Thanks to our diverse multicultural population Australia has a rich culinary scene that incorporates cuisines from all over the world, from Italian, Indian, Chinese, and beyond. But we have long struggled to identify with a definitive ‘Australian’ cuisine. However, this might be about to change as leading […]

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Seasonal Produce – October

  Red Papaya Native to the tropics of America, Red Papayas are generally about the size of a pineapple with smooth yellow green skin. The bright orange flesh has a buttery sweet flavour that is similar to rockmelon. Papaya is a great source of vitamin C and beta carotene, which helps to protect and regenerate […]

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boozy desserts

Boozy Desserts

Whoever said that you can have too much of a good thing, obviously had never combined the decadent pleasures of dessert and alcohol. Wine, beer and spirits encompass such a diverse range of flavours that it is almost impossible not to find a delectable dessert to match. Dark ale and chocolate, cream and liqueur, champagne […]

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Seasonal Produce – September

Spring has sprung and that means its time to start enjoying beautiful fresh spring produce. Cantaloupe Also known as rockmelon, cantaloupe has a hard textured skin and sunny pastel orange flesh and seeds. The flesh is juicy but has an almost creamy texture and sweet taste. This low calorie fruit is a great source of […]

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blue cheese mould

Good Mould Bad Mould

Why is it that the blue veins through your stilton cheese make you tremble with delight, but a fuzzy spot on a pear makes you shriek and want to have the fruit bowl fumigated? Mould is something that we are all very aware of in the kitchen but without necessarily knowing that much about it. So […]

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truffles

Tempting Truffles

The complex and alluring nature of truffles has captivated civilisations for centuries. Revered by the Egyptians, coveted by the Greeks and Romans, and favoured by French aristocracy, truffles have long been a luxurious delicacy reserved for the rich and powerful. Even today where they are more accessible, the intensive hands-on nature of the growing process and […]

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Seasonal Produce – August

Nashi This crisp, juicy fruit is an Asian variety of pear but has the appearance of an apple with pale light yellow skin. Often referred to as ‘Nashi Pear’, the word ‘Nashi’ is actually Japanese for pear. Nashi are a great low calorie snack and a good source of soluble fibre, antioxidants, vitamin C and […]

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