Harvest Recipes

Truffled Three-Cheeseburger

Truffled Three-Cheeseburger

When most people think of truffles, they think of a special occasion, highly seasonal, highly expensive pure indulgence food. Fair enough. When chefs think of Truffles, they think of intense flavours, evocative dishes, and small profit margins! In our world, truffles...

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Confit Duck Marylands

Confit Duck Marylands

Confit duck marylands are a sure-fire winner on a Christmas lunch table, but they can feel intimidating and time-consuming to prepare. While they do take some time, mostly that time is passive (salting, cooking) which allows you to prepare other dishes alongside it,...

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Hazelnut, apple, and olive oil cake

Hazelnut, apple, and olive oil cake

Featuring:Lentara Grove EV olive oilHazelbrae HazelnutsThe Dales apple flour (available through Brady's Lookout)Windara Apples This gluten-free, dairy-free cake is as delicious as it is simple. With a cup of Earl Grey and a drizzle of pouring cream (if you please)...

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Daikon Relish

Daikon Relish

Featured Producers/Products - Laos Fresh Farm - Thirlstane Gardens What does one do with 90cms and 3kg of daikon? There are only so many salads and pickles one can eat! This Asian staple veg can be daunting, and if ill-prepared can taste dirty and vaguely sulphurous....

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Mushroom Ragu and Tilsit Omelette

Mushroom Ragu and Tilsit Omelette

Featuring Produce/Products From: Mr. Brown and Town’s, West Tamar Fungi, Hillwood Fresh Food Co. Red Cow Organics Tamar Valley Pasteurised EggsEden Garden Microfarm I love omelette. Love it. I’ve served literally thousands and still love it. The French say omelette is...

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Sherry Berry Sauce

Sherry Berry Sauce

Featuring Ranui berries from Sheffield Berry Gardens Similar to boysenberries or blackberries, Ranui berries are rich and sweet, with a mild tannin that lends itself to savoury condiments. Quick, easy, fruity, and aromatic, this sauce is the perfect...

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Shallot Dressing

Shallot Dressing

This dressing is so versatile it's comical. I’ve used it to dress salads, grains, meats, fish, eggs, even savoury danishes! The shallots deliver an umami punch in a way that’s unexpected, into dishes where it might be lacking. Using good local olive oil delivers a...

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