Category: Still Tasty (archives)

Would sir like to try the pin nott?

India is set to see a second consecutive year of record grape exports, with its crop in particular demand in Russia and throughout Europe, the Economic Times reports. This is a source of some concern for Indian exporters, as record shipments in 2012 resulted in a severe oversupply in Europe, with prices dropping by 50…

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The Conservatory launches – a new Canberra restaurant

Janet Jeffs is a regional food hero and you’ll find her mentioned often in and around our website. Her Ginger Catering enterprises are very popular with Canberra foodies. And she’s very particular about the produce she uses. She’s started breeding Wessex Saddleback pigs at her weekend farm in Redesdale, NSW and has worked with, and…

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Corella Pears

Corella Pears are named after the colourful Australian Corella parrot and were developed by German settlers in the Barossa Valley.

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Limited edition ham?

We all know there’s a limit to the number of legs on a pig that will provide good hams, but we really liked the way that Fiona and Nicholas Chambers at Fernleigh Free-Range made their Christmas hams release special (for me, they’re always¬† special quality). They added a tag that tells buyers how many hams…

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Meat app clicks in New York

Australian developed MLA iPhone app wins a Webby Award.

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Truffled apps

Gourmet iPad app leads to Patricia Wells and she does truffles.

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Saveur’s Best Food Blogs 2012

Nope, we didn’t enter but you’ll find lots of stimulation in Saveur’s 2012 picks of the top food blogs. Remember to vote!

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Eight times two

Contributing Editor Russell Smith returns to Auckland’s Langahm Hotel concept restaurant, ‘Eight’

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It’s all about the milk

We’re always prompt to announce the results of the Sydney RAS Cheese and Dairy Awards. That’s because we’re fanatical card carrying cheese lovers. Now we’re turning milk fanatical.

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The new Victorian Country Stores (RACV article)

A new generation of storekeepers are rebuilding the tradition of small town general stores.

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Camp-oven Cookoff 2011

Once more Vince Skeehan’s Bungendore Camp-oven Cookoff kicks ash!

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2012 Australian Grand Dairy Awards Judging

You will have to wait until March next year for the announcement of the results but the judging is finished for the 2012 Grand Dairy Awards.

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