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Crabbes Creek Woodfired

Crabbes Creek Woodfired
Jon & Gina Hutton
0415 934 793
Jon and GIna make 13 varieties of delicious sourdough bread, including their popular linseed; pumpkin; stoneground; spelt; macadamia and honey; and dark rye. Pretty good for a pair of self-taught bakers!

Everything is made from the best organic ingredients. Organic flour and linseed comes from the Wholegrain Milling Company in Gunnedah, while extras such as macadamias, olives, honey and rosemary are sourced locally from the farmers’ markets or from Jon and Gina’s own garden.


They bake the bread in a massive wood fired oven at their beautiful property at Crabbes Creek. The oven was built by Jon, a former bricklayer (he's also also built ovens for local cafes including Harvest), and it really is an amazing piece of craftmanship.

Of course, there's also the portable wood fired oven (again made by Jon) which comes along to the market each week to cook their fantastic pizzas.

Jon says when you cook in a woodfired oven, it cooks pizza the way it is meant to - from the base up. The fire in the oven also seasons the pizza and enhances the flavour.

The other secret to their great tasting pizzas is the locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Jon and Gina buy all of their toppings fresh from the farmers market on Friday mornings: mushrooms from Witches' Broomstick, spinach and rocket from Ian Cameron, seafood from J and J Seafood , organic pumpkins from Kate at the Organic Avocado, chillies from Neville Singh and olives from Summerland Olives.

13 types of sourdough bread, including their popular linseed; pumpkin; stoneground; spelt; macadamia and honey; and dark rye.
Woodfired pizza using a mobile food fired oven.
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