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November 2017

  • High Valley Cheese Brie in Filo or Puff

    1 Good sized wedge or wheel of High Valley Brie (or Rouge if you want something stronger)
    3 Sheets of Filo Pastry or 1 of Puff
    50gm Butter, melted (if using Filo) or 20Gm Butter Melted if using Puff
    Preheat Oven to 200 degrees.
    Brush each sheet of Filo with melted butter and layer on top of each other.
    Wrap […]

  • Karrabool Olives Olive Oil Custard

    1/2 Cup of Karrabool Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    3 Large eggs at room temperature
    1/2 cup of sugar
    2 Tablespoons of lime zest
    1/2 Cup lime juice (approx 3 large) (or orange or lemon or a mixture)
    1/4 Teaspoon of vanilla

    Simply blend the eggs and sugar until light and fluffy. Add the zest, juice and vanilla and give it a […]

  • Mudgee: #1 foodie hot spot in Australia

    Mudgee region has been ranked the number one food destination in Australia.

    The travel booking website has uncovered the top local and global food destinations as endorsed by foodie fans.
     In Australia, Mudgee region surpassed renowned food and wine destinations including Orange, Adelaide, Hobart and Daylesford.
    The top 5 cities in Australia endorsed for food:

    In a time where 75% of global travellers […]

  • Top Five “Local Favourite” Foodie Destinations In Australia recently revealed that over 12,000 global travellers ranked Melbourne and Sydney as the best global foodie hotspots. So what local cities Aussies rate as top destinations to indulge? analysts looked at destinations that had the most endorsements for ‘food’ by travellers from Australia, which needed to have over 300 endorsements or more for ‘food’ […]

  • Mudgee’s on a roll

    There are many good reasons to visit Mudgee but I’d never have guessed unearthing the world’s best sausage rolls would be among them.

    On a glorious spring Saturday morning, we stroll into the Mudgee Farmers’ Market in the churchyard of the stately sandstone St Mary’s. The produce here is divine, and ots all local. There’s a […]

  • Mudgee a picture of sophistication

    A couple of weeks ago I previewed the Orange Wine Festival, which will be held in that city and the surrounding district from October 13-22.

    Last weekend I travelled to its smaller, longer established, and arguably slightly slower paced cross-town rival, Mudgee, principally to attend the annual Wine Show dinner — a key component of the […]

  • From Paddock to Plate

    The farmers’ markets of NSW are where local producers come together and sell their goods direct to the public, whether artisan-made or freshly sourced from the earth, paddock or dairy. Enjoy the freshest local produce while supporting the local community.

    NSW is blessed with a large number of local farmers’ markets, where the stallholders sell produce […]

  • Mudgee Farmers Market

    The Mudgee Farmers Markets are an authentic Farmers Market, where you will find all produce sourced from nearby farms, rivers and kitchens. Grab a bacon and egg roll, team it with a freshly brewed coffee, chat to specialist food producers before selecting some great produce to take home. Local wines, baked goods, vegetables, chocolates, meats, […]