Tag: food history

Like a slice of Aussie food history pie Possums?

A new collection of recipes from Australian cookery books from 1868 to 1950 by Victoria Heywood.

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Truffles and Malbec – old black

GrapeRadio’s video about France’s Cahors region, “famous for its black truffles as it is for its Malbec, a wine that exemplifies the scent of black.”

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The Heidi Farm Story

Heidi Farm cheese has been a consistent gold medal winner for many years and their raclette, tilsit and gruyere cheeses are available all around Australia.

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Mrs Perry’s Jam

Picking one representative King Island jam maker proved to be a religious choice. But as I asked around the advice was repeated, “for traditional jam, you have to talk to Mrs Perry. That’s ‘old’ Mrs Perry who makes her jam for the Church of England stall”.

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Answering 12 Assumptions of the Food Inquisition

The full video of the Evening with Joel Salatin on 3 December 2010 where he suggested that we’re now experiencing a Food Inquisition and gives his answers to his Inquisitors.

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Right of reply – Joel Salatin

A short taste of the full video of an evening with Joel Salatin where he suggests that, just like the Religious Inquisition 500 years ago, we’re now experiencing a Food Inquisition.

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Christmas past – excerpt

A full English-style Christmas feast on a broiling hot December day – excerpt from book Me and My Big Mouth

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