brazilian moqueca fish soup

Brazilian Moqueca Fish Soup

Join in this year’s Olympic Games festivities with some deliciously inspired Brazilian cuisine! Source: By Samantha Ferraro A vibrant fish stew that is made with your local seafood, coconut milk, and peppers. Serve with lime juice and rice for a gorgeous meal. Ingredients Fish Stew: 2 tablespoons coconut oil Olive oil, for drizzling (Coronea Grove… Read more

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Buck Rarebit with Cider-Braised Leeks

Cheese melted in ale, leeks braised in cider. This recipe brings all the elements of comfort food together to savour during the cooler months. Source: Ingredients 50g butter, coarsely chopped 50g (1/3 cup) plain flour 200ml dark ale (Little Rivers Brewing Company, Seven Sheds) 250g strong cheddar, finely grated (Southern Sky Cheese Company) 2 tablespoons crème fraîche 2… Read more

Caramelized Apple and Fennel, Pork Sausage Rolls

Source: Juicy, slightly sweet, slightly spicy and well seasoned ground pork filling mixed with deliciously caramelized apple and roasted fennel spice, wrapped in a golden brown, buttery, flaky puff pastry. Ingredients Caramelized Apple: 2 tablespoons butter (Tasmanian Butter Co.) 7-8 oz Granny Smith apples, cored and cut into 1 cm thick batons and sliced… Read more

cauliflower cheese whisky

Cauliflower Cheese and Whisky

Source: Cheese was often made in individual farmhouses and was combined with cauliflowers grown either in the fields or in the kitchen garden. Adding a few ounces of whisky adds an extra flavour to this popular dish. Ingredients 1 medium cauliflower (Mooreville Gardens, Old School Farm) 6 ounces (170g) finely chopped mushrooms (Old School… Read more

Coffee recipes

GRILLED COFFEE-RUBBED STEAK WITH BLACK PEPPER AND CORIANDER Source: Ground coffee adds a nice complex flavour to meats, especially beef. The stout bitterness of the coffee beans is an excellent choice to stand up to the heartiness of the beef. This grilled coffee-rubbed steak has great bold flavour that pairs very well with roasted… Read more

Honey Child’s Baked Beans

Here is the baked beans recipe that Toni Burnett-Rands (Honey Child’s Creole Corner) teaches in her BBQ Basics class. Oven Baked beans 1 lb of navy beans (alternative-use borlotti or cannellini) 1 large onion (Mooreville Gardens, Steve’s Vegies, Laos Farm Fresh, Seven Springs, Old School Farm) 4 garlic cloves (Tas Natural Garlic & Tomatoes, Old… Read more


Honey Roasted Yams

A simple but delicious way to cook yams. Source: Ingredients 1/3 pound oca potatoes (yams), rinsed (Mooreville Gardens) 1 tablespoon olive oil (Coronea Grove Olives, Mt Direction Olives) 1 tablespoon honey (Honey Tasmania) 1/2 tablespoon balsamic vinegar salt and pepper to taste (optional) Instructions Preheat oven to 350F (180C). In a small baking dish,… Read more

lamb kleftiko - rick stein

Lamb Kleftiko

Source: Recipe by Rick Stein, from Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul “… I think it was the combination of tomatoes, red pepper and waxy potatoes and a whole bulb of garlic that did it, plus the slow cooking. Any leftover lamb is delicious wrapped in a warm flatbread with lettuce, tomatoes and finely… Read more

Overnight Pork Shoulder with Fennel

Source: There’s something super-comforting about cooking overnight – you wake up in the morning to the fragrant dish, ready for a long lazy lunch ahead. Some bread, mustard and a leafy salad are all you need to serve with this beautiful cut, which is ideal for slow-cooking, but a potato or cauliflower purée would… Read more

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Savoury Bread and Butter Pudding

Source: Try this savoury bread and butter pudding as a side for your next roast dinner. Ingredients 500ml (2 cups) milk 1 bay leaf 3 brown onions, peeled (Laos Fresh Farm, Mooreville Gardens, Steve’s Vegies) 2 cloves 25g unsalted butter (alternatively use salted cultured butter from Tasmanian Butter Co.) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh thyme… Read more


Steak, Dark Ale and Stilton Pie

Source: This winter-warming recipe comes from chef Ben O’Donoghue, who says secondary cuts of beef such as chuck, blade, gravy beef and osso bucco are ideal for slow cooking during the colder months. Ingredients 1kg of chuck steak (cut into 3cm cubes) (Mount Gnomon Farm, Real Beef) 1 cup plain flour 6 cloves of garlic… Read more


Super Greens Soup with Truffle Oil

Source: “Super greens aren’t just for smoothies. Turn nourishing veg into a rich, creamy soup loaded with plant-based iron and vitamins A and C, and with an extra boost thanks to the addition of chickpeas” – Shannon Harley. Ingredients 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil (Coronea Grove Olives, Mt Direction Olives) 1 onion, finely… Read more

filets mignons truffle butter

Thick-cut Filets Mignons with Truffled Butter

Tender beef fillets matched with truffled butter are the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of winter and truffle season. Complement this simple but rich dish with crispy roasted potatoes, a green salad or steamed vegetables, and a bottle of Tasmanian Pinot Noir. Recipe adapted from Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Roasting: Recipes and techniques for delicious… Read more

lentil soup

Turkish Lentil Soup

Source: Ingredients 1/2 red onion, chopped finely (Laos Fresh Farm, Steve’s Vegies) 1 red bell pepper, seeds removed and chopped (or capsicum from Tamar Valley Hydroponics) 2 garlic cloves, chopped (Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes) 2 tablespoon butter (Tasmanian Butter Co.) 2 tablespoons olive oil + more for garnish (Coronea Grove Olives, Mt Direction… Read more

Winter comfort food

Classic comfort food for you to share and enjoy. ED’S MOTHER’S MEATLOAF Source: Recipe adapted from Nigella Lawson Ingredients 4 eggs (Mooreville Gardens, Mt Roland Free Range Eggs) 2-3 tablespoons duck fat – you can use butter and a drop of oil instead (Tasmanian Butter Co., Coronea Grove Olives, Mt Direction Olives) 4 white… Read more