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Dining Downunder Cookbook by Vic Cherikoff and Benjamin Christie

Dining Downunder Cookbook by Vic Cherikoff and Benjamin ChristieAccompanying the popular Australian TV series, Dining Downunder, The Dining Downunder Cookbook is a journey of three chefs across Australia, cooking with indigenous ingredients and sharing their passion of an authentic Australian cuisine. With recipes and stories from the show, chefs Vic Cherikoff, Benjamin Christie and Mark McCluskey 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 ...

Sugarbag (Native Australian honeybee)

Sugarbag (Native Australian honeybee)Flavour– Honey and mellow port flavour. Thin consistency. Typical uses– Enhanced with cream or in ice-cream or simply use as a drizzle. Helpful hints– Use cold to maximise the flavour which disappears with heat. Sugarbag is made by native Australian, stingless, black bees which are about 5mm in size. Primarily due to habitat destruction, 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 ...

Macadamia Nut Oil

Macadamia Nut OilFlavour– World famous rich oily nut. Colour and Appearance– Transparent yellow oil. Typical uses– Salad oil, dressings, pasta flavouring. Helpful hints– Best used as a flavouring oil as for sesame seed oil. Storage and Packaging Sizes– Dry 2 litre bottlesDiscover the functional (nutritional, antimicrobial, culinary or cosmetic) uses of the wild resources of the world’s longest living Read More …

Aniseed Myrtle Oil

Aniseed Myrtle OilFlavour – Subtle pernod-like aniseed flavour with a sweet after taste. Colour and Appearance – Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical Use – Flavour cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings. Suits apricot and pear flavours. Particularly good in ice-cream. Helpful hints – Flavour dissipates on heating so best used as a post-cooking flavouring at 2 to 4 Read More …

Native Pepperberry (ground)

Native Pepperberry (ground)Flavour – A bushy spice with a very hot peppery zing. Colour and Appearance – Dark free-flowing powder which bleeds burgundy in sauces esp. cream. Typical uses – As an Australian substitute for pepper but with a distinctive unique flavour. Helpful hints – Use sparingly at around 0.1% (1g/kg) or less. Suitable for table use as for black pepper. Storage and Read More …

Pepperberries (frozen – whole)

Pepperberries (frozen – whole)Flavour – A bushy flavour with a hot peppery zing from the seeds. Colour and Appearance – Smaller than a pea and larger than a peppercorn. Round and deep purple. Typical uses – As a flavour or garnish, add to sauces, butter, bread, pasta, game meats. Helpful hints – Bleeds a light burgundy colour into cream sauces. Contrasts well Read More …

Wylde Thyme

Wylde ThymeFlavour – similar to a combination of tarragon, thyme and rosemary Colour and Appearance – a fine, free-flowing, light green powder Typical uses – soups, stuffings, herb bread, quiches, omelettes and vegetable seasonings Helpful hints – Suggested use rate is around 0.5% (5g/1kg) as for traditional thyme. Storage and *Packaging – store cool and dark or refrigerate, 100g PET jar and 160g Food Read More …