Tag Archives: Tasmania

Tasmanian produce set to star at Taste of Sydney

After visiting the Apple Isle twice last year, I gained a huge appreciation for Tasmanian produce, grown in its world-renowned cool climate, clean air, fertile soils and pristine waters. I was able to meet many of the producers and sample some truly fantastic food and wine. I was pleased to read that some of the best [...]

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Recipe: Smoked trout, scrambled eggs and tarragon made with award winning Petuna Ocean Trout

Earlier in the year, I had the pleasure of travelling to Tasmania and visiting the Petuna Ocean Trout farm outside of Strahan. The fish is favoured by leading chefs such as Tetsuya Wakuda and Peter Kuruvita so it’s no surprise that the fish won Gold medal and overall Champion Fresh Fish medal for excellence in [...]

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Tantalising Tasmania Part Two

After our fantastic first day in Launceston we rose early, had breakfast in the Links Restaurant at the Country Club Launceston where we had been staying and hit the road. We were on our way to Tasmania’s rugged West Coast, home of the picturesque village of Strahan. Rugged is far too often used to describe [...]

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Tantalising Tasmania, Part One

There is something magical about the journey from mainland Australia to Tasmania. The dusty plains of the mainland give way to the dusky grey Bass Straight, and before you know it, the rocky shores of Tasmania come into view and give way to lush green fields. Tasmania has a reputation for amazing scenery, with small [...]

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