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Chili peppers, wattleseed and ancient cultures

Chili peppers, wattleseed™ and ancient culturesHere’s something indirectly related to Australian food which amazes me. I often refer to the creation of a unique Australian food style using the food resources of Australian Aborigines as a modern trend of using the newest ingredients from the oldest living culture on Earth. However, most of the world, including Read More …

Energy without Calories – Rainforest Mist

Energy without Calories – Rainforest MistI have been told that there is nothing like my new product on the market. Nothing legal anyway. Rainforest Mist by Vic Cherikoff is a totally new, natural functional lifestyle product designed to remind you that you are alive! Just like taking a deep breath in a pristine rainforest, your senses Read More …

Paperbark smoke oil

Paperbark smoke oil Flavour – delicate smoke flavour of paperbark cooking Colour and Appearance – Transparent yellow oil Typical uses – as for infusion oils Helpful hints – Best used as a flavouring oil as for sesame seed or truffle oil. Storage and Packaging Sizes – Dry, 200ml stand up spouted pouches Paperbark smoke oil Read More ...

Wattleseed extract

Wattleseed extract Flavour – Coffee-chocolate-hazelnut Colour and Appearance – Dark brown, liquid Typical Uses – As for Wattleseed™ but just use with simple addition. Use as a flavouring for sweet or savoury sauces or in batters, desserts and baked foods. Use at 2-4% addition. Simply dilute with hot water and top with frothed milk to Read More ...

Lemon Aspen Syrup

Lemon Aspen Syrup Flavour – Sweet citrusy flavour similar to a blend of grapefruit and lime with a hint of menthol Colour and Appearance – Pale yellow, thick but flowing syrup. Typical uses – Use as a dessert flavouring or topping or as a meat glaze. Add white wine vinegar (around 25%) and then your Read More ...

Mountain Pepper Sauce

Mountain Pepper Sauce Flavour – hot pepper and spice with a fruity finish Colour and Appearance – thick brown sauce colour Typical uses – for all BBQ and grilled meats, stir-fry dishes, eggs, sausages and as a marinade; use as a base adding tomato paste, paperbark or bluegum smoke oils; great with sour cream over Read More ...

Bush Tomato Chutney

Bush Tomato Chutney Flavour – Akudjura (ground bush tomato) used in a tomato and apple base. Colour and Appearance – Orange/red chutney with some ingredients diced for texture. Typical uses – Accompanies red meat, pies or vegetables. Embellish with chopped tomato and basil for ‘Bushetta’. Use as a pizza or pasta sauce. Helpful hints – Read More ...

Lemon Myrtle Oil

Lemon Myrtle Oil Flavour – Lemon and lime oil and lemon grass flavour. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow oil. Typical uses – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings and soups. Helpful hints – Flavour dissipates on heating so best used as a post-cooking flavouring at 2 to 4 Read More ...

Native Peppermint Oil

Native Peppermint Oil Flavour – Primary peppermint flavour with a woody eucalyptus note. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical uses – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings. Helpful hints – Use at 2 to 4 drops per litre of product. Storage and Packaging Sizes – Dry, 125ml Read More ...