This Week @ Harvest | February 27, 2021

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Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes are in house this weekend with their mouth watering selection of tomatoes, eggplants and garlic. The rich, fertile soils of Tasmania’s Meander Valley combined with the organic farming principles and nurturing practice of farmers Annette and Nevil deliver standout flavour, colour, variety and quality. Learn all things garlic and tomatoes, take a tour of the farm and find out what’s been happening at this year’s Tasmanian Garlic & Tomato Festival on Sunday 21st March.

Stallholders attending Harvest this Saturday:

41 Degrees South  
A Pinch of Tasmania
Afghani Bolani
All Things Cherry
Apiece
Avocado Moon
Bioberries
Brady’s Lookout Cider
Coronea Grove
Elgaar Farm & The Grain Family
Elphin Grove
Felds Farm
Fork it Farm
Frank’s Char
George Town Seafoods
Hazelbrae Hazelnuts
Hillwood Fresh Food Co
Honey Tas
Kabul Veggie Delights
Kimchi Me
Laos Fresh Farm
Lentara Grove
Lily Farm
Meat Bread Cheese
Metcalf Distilleries 
Mr B & T Mushroom Garden
Mt Gnomon Farm
One On The Slide
Plants Direct
Provenance Coffee
QUIWE
Real Beef
Red Cow Organics
Ritual Coffee
Sandy’s Sourdough
Seoul Food
Seven Sheds
Seven Springs Farm
Sheffield Berry Gardens
Southern Sky Cheese 
Steve’s Vegies 
Tamar Valley Pastured Eggs
Tas Daffodils
TASG & Oldway Farm
Tassie Hemp Shop
Taste of Tam O’Shanter 
The Tea Equation & Paul’s Hot Sauce
Thirlstane Gardens
Three Peaks Organics  
Tas Natural Garlic & Tomatoes
Wanderers Mead
Wanderlust
West Bee Honey
The sun’s peeping out at Harvest (despite the forecast!) and so are the gorgeous lilies from Lily Farm. @junctionartsfestival has three terrific acts performing on the SOMA Community Stage from 9:30. Pop down and join in the fun 💜

The sun’s peeping out at Harvest (despite the forecast!) and so are the gorgeous lilies from Lily Farm. @junctionartsfestival has three terrific acts performing on the SOMA Community Stage from 9:30. Pop down and join in the fun 💜 ...

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This Week at Harvest | July 31, 2021

Junction Arts Festival returns to Launceston this September with 5 days and nights of art + performance + music. This week at Harvest, Junction will be taking over the SOMA Community stage with three fantastic acts from their Tasmanian music lineup. Stop by to catch Tom Fowkes, Den. and Saree Salter from 9:30am. 

AgriCULTURED is a new event celebrating our rich, diverse agricultural landscapes, fresh seasonal produce, and vibrant food and drink makers.It is a forum for local and interstate farmers, producers, and makers, large and small, to meet, share and discuss significant issues of importance to all.
The event will be delivered on farms, in barns, and across the agricultural landscapes of Northern Tasmania over four days and is designed to be delivered within a unique and curated cultural program. Find out more at: https://www.facebook.com/agriculturedtasmania

And finally, this Saturday we welcome new stallholder Black Barn Hill to the market with their incredible Tasmanian Lamb. They’ll be setting up just opposite the Harvest Information Stall so be sure to pay them a visit and support local! Also, it is unlikely that Georgetown Seafoods will be at the market this weekend due to the inclement weather we have had.

Stallholders at Harvest this week:
41 Degrees South 
Afghani Bolani
All Things Cherry
Apiece
Artisa
Black Barn Hill
Brady’s Lookout Cider
Derwent Distillery
Elgaar Farm & The Grain Family
Felds Farm
Hazelbrae Hazelnuts
Hillwood Fresh Mushrooms
Honey Tas
Kimchi Me
La Cantara Artisan Cheese
Laos Fresh Farm
Lentara Grove
Lily Farm
Metcalf Distillery
Mr B & T Mushroom Garden & Eden Garden Microfarm
Mt Gnomon Farm
Oldway Farm & TASG
One On the Slide
Paul’s Hot Sauce
Provenance Coffee
Real Beef
Red Cow Organics
Ritual Coffee
Sandy’s Sourdough
Seoul Food
Seven Sheds
Smallgrain
Southern Sky Cheese 
Steve’s Vegies
Tamar Valley Pastured Eggs
Tas Juice Press
Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes
Taste of Tam O’Shanter 
Thirlstane Gardens
Three Peaks Organics 
Village Olive Grove
Wanderlust
West Bee Honey
West Tamar Fungi
Windara Orchard
See you at the market!

This Week at Harvest | July 31, 2021

Junction Arts Festival returns to Launceston this September with 5 days and nights of art + performance + music. This week at Harvest, Junction will be taking over the SOMA Community stage with three fantastic acts from their Tasmanian music lineup. Stop by to catch Tom Fowkes, Den. and Saree Salter from 9:30am.

AgriCULTURED is a new event celebrating our rich, diverse agricultural landscapes, fresh seasonal produce, and vibrant food and drink makers.It is a forum for local and interstate farmers, producers, and makers, large and small, to meet, share and discuss significant issues of importance to all.
The event will be delivered on farms, in barns, and across the agricultural landscapes of Northern Tasmania over four days and is designed to be delivered within a unique and curated cultural program. Find out more at: https://www.facebook.com/agriculturedtasmania

And finally, this Saturday we welcome new stallholder Black Barn Hill to the market with their incredible Tasmanian Lamb. They’ll be setting up just opposite the Harvest Information Stall so be sure to pay them a visit and support local! Also, it is unlikely that Georgetown Seafoods will be at the market this weekend due to the inclement weather we have had.

Stallholders at Harvest this week:
41 Degrees South
Afghani Bolani
All Things Cherry
Apiece
Artisa
Black Barn Hill
Brady’s Lookout Cider
Derwent Distillery
Elgaar Farm & The Grain Family
Felds Farm
Hazelbrae Hazelnuts
Hillwood Fresh Mushrooms
Honey Tas
Kimchi Me
La Cantara Artisan Cheese
Laos Fresh Farm
Lentara Grove
Lily Farm
Metcalf Distillery
Mr B & T Mushroom Garden & Eden Garden Microfarm
Mt Gnomon Farm
Oldway Farm & TASG
One On the Slide
Paul’s Hot Sauce
Provenance Coffee
Real Beef
Red Cow Organics
Ritual Coffee
Sandy’s Sourdough
Seoul Food
Seven Sheds
Smallgrain
Southern Sky Cheese
Steve’s Vegies
Tamar Valley Pastured Eggs
Tas Juice Press
Tasmanian Natural Garlic & Tomatoes
Taste of Tam O’Shanter
Thirlstane Gardens
Three Peaks Organics
Village Olive Grove
Wanderlust
West Bee Honey
West Tamar Fungi
Windara Orchard
See you at the market!
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Recipe - whisky bacon and mixed mushroom pasta from our Chef de Mission @chefrhyshannan. 

Featuring @tamarsmallgoods 'whiskey week' streaky bacon, @btmushrooms specialty mushrooms and Thirlstane Gardens herbs. So good!
 
This recipe can be hyper-local. You can grab most of what you need from local producers, from Harvest, on any given Saturday. 
 
Making use of the bacon fat is a no-brainer in terms of flavour and adds a richness of texture that enhances the silky mushrooms. A combo that contrasts perfectly with the zesty freshness of the herbs and lemon. Belissimo!
 
6 rashes of @tamarsmallgoods “whiskey week” streaky bacon
1 punnet of mixed mushrooms @btmushrooms 
‘a dash’ (apx ¼ cup) of your favourite Tassie dry white wine
½ a leek and 2 garlic cloves
1 tbsp EV olive Oil @lentaragrove @coroneagrove @thevillageolivegrove 
Thyme (Thirlstane Gardens) – or from your home garden!
4 sprigs of chervil (Thirlstane Gardens)
2 stems of watergress (Thirlstane Gardens)
½ lemon zest, tiny squeeze juice
 
-In a large, heavy-based frying pan, fry the bacon until crispy, remove, drain on paper towel and set aside.
-Bring a large pot of seasoned water to the boil.
-Slice the leek and garlic, slice all the mushrooms to about 1cm thickness, chop the watercress and chervil, zest the ½ lemon.
-Turn the pan of bacon fat down to medium, add the leek and garlic to the bacon fat, sauté until soft and translucent.
-Cook the pasta in the boiling water, drain, drizzle with a tiny touch of EV olive oil (to stop it sticking together) and set aside.
-Add the sliced mushrooms, EV olive oil and thyme sprig to the leek mix. Sauté until silky and tender.
-Add the white wine, turn the heat to high and reduce until the mix is a saucy consistency – not watery, not sticky - you want enough liquid to coat the pasta properly.
-Add the chopped chervil and watercress, and lemon zest. Check the seasoning, correct the acid balance with a few drops of lemon juice if necessary.
-Add the cooked pasta back to the mushrooms, toss to combine.
-Serve and Enjoy!

Recipe - whisky bacon and mixed mushroom pasta from our Chef de Mission @chefrhyshannan.

Featuring @tamarsmallgoods 'whiskey week' streaky bacon, @btmushrooms specialty mushrooms and Thirlstane Gardens herbs. So good!

This recipe can be hyper-local. You can grab most of what you need from local producers, from Harvest, on any given Saturday.

Making use of the bacon fat is a no-brainer in terms of flavour and adds a richness of texture that enhances the silky mushrooms. A combo that contrasts perfectly with the zesty freshness of the herbs and lemon. Belissimo!

6 rashes of @tamarsmallgoods “whiskey week” streaky bacon
1 punnet of mixed mushrooms @btmushrooms
‘a dash’ (apx ¼ cup) of your favourite Tassie dry white wine
½ a leek and 2 garlic cloves
1 tbsp EV olive Oil @lentaragrove @coroneagrove @thevillageolivegrove
Thyme (Thirlstane Gardens) – or from your home garden!
4 sprigs of chervil (Thirlstane Gardens)
2 stems of watergress (Thirlstane Gardens)
½ lemon zest, tiny squeeze juice

-In a large, heavy-based frying pan, fry the bacon until crispy, remove, drain on paper towel and set aside.
-Bring a large pot of seasoned water to the boil.
-Slice the leek and garlic, slice all the mushrooms to about 1cm thickness, chop the watercress and chervil, zest the ½ lemon.
-Turn the pan of bacon fat down to medium, add the leek and garlic to the bacon fat, sauté until soft and translucent.
-Cook the pasta in the boiling water, drain, drizzle with a tiny touch of EV olive oil (to stop it sticking together) and set aside.
-Add the sliced mushrooms, EV olive oil and thyme sprig to the leek mix. Sauté until silky and tender.
-Add the white wine, turn the heat to high and reduce until the mix is a saucy consistency – not watery, not sticky - you want enough liquid to coat the pasta properly.
-Add the chopped chervil and watercress, and lemon zest. Check the seasoning, correct the acid balance with a few drops of lemon juice if necessary.
-Add the cooked pasta back to the mushrooms, toss to combine.
-Serve and Enjoy!
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The team at @seoulfoodlst are already flat out cooking their awesome #koreanpancakes 🤤

The team at @seoulfoodlst are already flat out cooking their awesome #koreanpancakes 🤤 ...

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Hello Sunday Lamb roast from @hazelbraehazelnuts 😋😋

Hello Sunday Lamb roast from @hazelbraehazelnuts 😋😋 ...

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She’s back this week! Be quick to grab some @avocadomoonkombucha 🫐 🌱 😋

She’s back this week! Be quick to grab some @avocadomoonkombucha 🫐 🌱 😋 ...

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A beautiful short film by @launceston_college Media student Leo Dubuc, celebrating our fabulous@harvest_launceston 💛

#launcestontasmania #launcestoncollege #harvestmarket #launceston #tasmania #farmersmarket #discovertasmania #supportlocal

A beautiful short film by @launceston_college Media student Leo Dubuc, celebrating our fabulous@harvest_launceston 💛

#launcestontasmania #launcestoncollege #harvestmarket #launceston #tasmania #farmersmarket #discovertasmania #supportlocal
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Have you ever considered volunteering at the market? It is a fabulous way to make connections in the community while having a bunch of fun. There are many roles you can contribute throughout the market - we would love to hear from you! ☀️🌿🌼

#harvestlaunceston #volunteer #launceston #tasmania #discovertasmania #tastetasmania #visitnortherntasmania

Have you ever considered volunteering at the market? It is a fabulous way to make connections in the community while having a bunch of fun. There are many roles you can contribute throughout the market - we would love to hear from you! ☀️🌿🌼

#harvestlaunceston #volunteer #launceston #tasmania #discovertasmania #tastetasmania #visitnortherntasmania
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Don’t forget to check in when you visit the Harvest Market. There are multiple QR codes at each entrance as well as at the Harvest Information Stall. ❤️

For those who don’t have phones compatible with the Check in Tas app, you can check in electronically by visiting the Harvest Information Stall in the center of the market.

Don’t forget to check in when you visit the Harvest Market. There are multiple QR codes at each entrance as well as at the Harvest Information Stall. ❤️

For those who don’t have phones compatible with the Check in Tas app, you can check in electronically by visiting the Harvest Information Stall in the center of the market.
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With fermented food and beverages said to be the No. 1 superfood trend in 2021, come down to Harvest this weekend and get your fermentation fix with a bottle of kombucha from Avocado Moon. Kombucha is a fermented tea drink full of beneficial probiotics shown to improve digestion, heal the gut and deliver a myriad of other health benefits. Not only is it good for you, Avocado Moon make it taste great with a range of delicious flavours to choose including Blackberry, Lemon Myrtle and Passionfruit.

This weekend on the SOMA Community Stage we are going to be absolutely wowed by Grace Iris from 8:30am followed by Oscar O’Shea from 10:30am. The weather is looking to be typically Tasmanian – wonderful as soon as we have returned to school!!

See you at the market!

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