Tag: condiments

Heidi Farm Cheeses

To make a Swiss cheese in Australia you are going to want to go about as far South as you can. Heidi Farm is nestled in the North of Tasmania where the fertile soil is free of contaminants. So why does this matter? Well, as the founding Heidis discovered the milk produced on these pastures is similar in fat content to that found in dairies in the S...

Olsson’s Salt

The Olsson family have been making solar sea salt since the 1960's and are the oldest family owned and operated sea salt maker in Australia. To make their sea salt, Olsson's use the method called "solar evaporation". Solar salt is produced by the action of sun and wind on seawater In large ponds. The seawater evaporates in successive ponds until t...

Glacé Fruits

Our range of glacé fruits are prepared using a traditional Italian method that maintains the structure of the fruit for perfect presentation and is lower in sweetness than fruits that are readily available in supermarkets. Experience the difference that our glacé fruits can make to your recipes. The range: ...

Essential Nut Oils

When it comes to selecting an oil for your cooking, nut oils are one of the healthiest choices you can make. All contain omega 3 fatty acids that are essential to well-being and most are low in saturated fats, but perhaps the most important quality that nut oils bring to your recipe is flavour. The importance of ‘Cold Pressing’: All our nut ...

We Rub You Korean Sauces

Sisters Ann and Janet Chung love sharing a Korean meal with family and friends at home. It's what inspired them to start We Rub You. An affectionate play on words for ‘we love you’, We Rub You is what Ann and Janet’s parents used to say. We Rub You sauces and condiments support survivors of human trafficking by employing survivors and by don...

The Prehistoric Origins of Salt

At the sprightly young age of 250 million years, salt remains at the foundation of flavour. From low lying marsh, to desert lakes, subterranean striations and mountaintop mines, salt is sourced from a host of exotic locations, each adding its own unique flavour. In this article we explore 4 of our favourite prehistoric salts and take a look at thei...

Andrew Cope Handmade Ceramics

Working out of a repurposed dairy on his family’s farm in Beechworth, Victoria, Andrew Cope produces some of the highest quality ceramics in Australia. The recipient of several industry accolades, Andrew works tirelessly to produce beautiful kitchenware that is as much about form as it is about function. Each piece is handmade and finished in a s...

Simple Fermenting at Home

Fermentation requires very few ingredients. All you need to get started is a clean jar, some vegetables, a pack of non-iodised table salt and a warm, dark place to store it all. Fermenting becomes a little more complex if you use whey and starter culture, but this article will focus on the simple approach. Choose a vessel Your fermenting vessel c...

McClure’s Pickles

In 2006, using their great grandmother Lala's recipe, 2 boys from Michigan began making small batches of classic American pickles in their tiny Michigan kitchen. They learned how to make the pickles from their grandfather and parents and now continue the tradition with a bit more room. The pickles, relish, bloody mary mix and other McClure's prod...

Maya Sunny Honey

Maya Sunny Honey is a 100% raw honey range, handcrafted wholly by Andrew Wyszynski and his hard working bees. He believes that honey should be enjoyed in its most pure properties. By working closely with his hives, Andrew is excited to share his beliefs through his very own range of honey that is natrually sweet and preservative free. The Maya Sunn...