Harvest Blog

Friday Feast| 18 May, 2024

Friday Feast| 18 May, 2024

Introducing the Friday Feast! Crispy broccoli leaves w/ coriander and fermenty dressing. Beef + radicchio salad. Quinces in bay leaf syrup w/ basic anglaise. The good cooking just keeps coming at the moment, and it's not slowing down any time soon. Thus, we're...

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At Harvest | 11 May 2024

At Harvest | 11 May 2024

It's Mother's Day Weekend! Plus, Castelfranco radicchio, roast fennel, and parsley salad; and roast beetroot with caraway, chives and mascarpone. Mother's Day is upon us! Short of a villa in the south of France, cooking for your Mum after having presented a bunch of...

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At Harvest | 4 May, 2024

At Harvest | 4 May, 2024

Venison kielbasa pizza, trout with lentils and hazelnuts, delicata squash and sage soup, roast carrots, cumin and coriander. Another food edition! We're seeing a trend emerging. With more great food and cooking behind the scenes than ever, this long-form blog should...

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At Harvest | 27 April, 2024

At Harvest | 27 April, 2024

Hot smoked salmon with puntarelle and apple salad. Pork chops with grilled mixed brassicas. Brisket with braised butter beans. Sausages, eggs, and mushrooms. It's a cooking edition! It's important for us that the Harvest community knows that the Operations Team walks...

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At Harvest | 20 April, 2024

At Harvest | 20 April, 2024

Moby Dick, smoked salmon, some weekend reading, and a brief musing on venison. Unfortunately, it behoves us to once again notify you of the absence of Georgetown Seafoods. Chris isn't doing his best impersonation of Ahab, chasing Moby about the straits. Though he is...

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At Harvest | 13 April 2024

At Harvest | 13 April 2024

The Kraken, Autumn's strong showing, some weekend reading, and a brief musing on canning. Before we begin today's 'At Harvest' newsletter, we'd like to take this opportunity to put our patrons' grave concerns to bed. We loathe to think you're losing sleep. We speak...

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At Harvest | 6 April, 2024

At Harvest | 6 April, 2024

New Beginnings: Fresh hops, new cheeses, fixed freezers and a welcome to our new vegetable purveyors. Autumn isn't usually associated with 'new beginnings' per se, but we can assure you that this little post-summer and pre-post-autumn is the best time of the year for...

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At Harvest | 30 March, 2024

At Harvest | 30 March, 2024

The End of an Era Let's make one thing clear from the outset: Mai is alive and well. We'd hate for this to read like an obituary. Further, Harvest is not losing a primary produce supplier; Mai has ensured the continuation of her business. Her parting gift to Harvest....

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At Harvest | 23 March, 2024

At Harvest | 23 March, 2024

The Community Engagement Edition: Tasmania Reads Week and the Low Carbon Launceston Survey. Plus, Cox's Orange Pippins (the quintessential Tasmanian apple) and some long-awaited returns. We love our community. However you choose to define the community you belong to,...

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At Harvest | 16 March, 2024

At Harvest | 16 March, 2024

10 Years of the Tomato and Garlic Festival! Plus, A new stallholder, the long weekend bounce back, Female innovation in farming and Tasmania Reads Week. If we thought February wouldn't quit, March is backing it up hard. This week, it's the turn of the Tasmanian Tomato...

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At Harvest | 9 March, 2024

At Harvest | 9 March, 2024

The long weekend, autumnal vibes, pumpkins and squash, and a PSA. It's the March long weekend! With the forecast looking finer than fine (spare a thought for the farmers) there is just heaps to enjoy around the state, but it all starts at Harvest. This Long Weekend at...

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At Harvest | 2 March, 2024

At Harvest | 2 March, 2024

Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaamb! Lamb. Plus, knowing farmers, daffodils, and The Sustainable Living Festival We haven't seen lamb for some time at the market, Which is why we're delighted to welcome new stallholder to to the Harvest family. Please put your hooves together and join...

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