Cheeses Loves You
Cheeses Loves You
Deb Allard
0404 812 011

A cheese maker for more than a decade, Deb Allard is well known for her cheese making classes and has travelled widely to learn her craft, spending time with expert cheese makers from all over the world.

Deb says because her cheeses are small batch and additive free, they vary in flavour throughout the year and are quite different from the stock standard cheeses sold at the supermarket. Mass produced cheeses usually contain some form of preservatives or additives to extend their shelf life, but the long use-by date often comes at the gives at the expense of character and flavour.

Deb’s cheeses are created on farm, using fresh milk from the dairy she operates with husband Jim.

Their herd of Jersey cows are milked daily, supplying fresh milk for Deb’s artisan farmhouse cheese.

Deb says most dairy farmers choose Friesians because they produce a greater volume of milk, but the quality of Jersey milk is superior for making cheese. It’s higher in fat and protein, and full of healthy bacteria.

“Jersey milk is outstanding. It has a really great PH. It’s already full of activity and the bacterias I add to it just enhance it,” she said.

Deb’s cheese range includes cottage cheese, ricotta, haloumi, feta, brie, camembert, blue and romano, as well as other dairy products like kefir, cultured butter and yoghurt.


Jarlsberg, Romano, cheddar, ash whitey’s, mozzarella, haloumi, whey ricotta, brie,
chaource, reblochon, chili feta, blue.
Church Farm
Church Farm
Andrew Morris and Amanda Callan
0422 494 429 / 0409 493 778
Billinudgel/The Pocket
Mixed salad and asian greens, bokchoy, rocket, beans, peas, beets, kale, cucumbers, zucchini, pumpkins, okra, garlic, shallots, radish, turnips, chillies, beetroot, cherry tomatoes(red tommie toe, tiny tim, yelllow pear, cherry cocktail, yellow tommie toe), mixed fresh herbs and fresh spices including parsley, dill, mint, coriander, basil, chervil, chives, lemon balm, galangal, ginger, turmeric, citrus (tangelo, lemons, limes, oranges, lemonades, mandarins), longans, fejoia, passionfruit, dragonfruit, mangoes, melons, rosella, kiwifruit, pomelos, chinese grapefruit.
VALUE ADDED: VALUE ADDED pesto from farm produce, worm juice and castings, bottled ginger and turmeric juice, pickled ginger, lilly pilly pickled in ginger, turmeric paste, Billinudgel Smoked Hot Sauce,Billinudgel Brown Sauce, Thai style curry pastes, Handmade Soaps, Vegetables preserved in jars with brine
Coopers Shoot Tomatoes
Coopers Shoot Tomatoes
Heather & Hugh Armstrong
02 6687 2631
298/300 Coopers Shoot Rd Coopers Shoot via Bangalow Bangalow NSW, 2479

The Coopers Shoot Tomatoes stall is always bursting with bright red glossy tomatoes that
taste just as good as they look. Heather says allowing her tomatoes to ripen on the vine is
the secret to the flavour. Tomatoes you’ll find in the supermarket are often picked green,
and then gassed to set off the ripening process. This results in a poorer taste and mealy
texture. Mass produced tomatoes are also stored in coolrooms, which diminishes their
flavour. Heather says tomatoes should never go into the fridge.

The Coopers Shoot property has been in the Armstrong family since 1882, nestled in the hills between Byron Bay and Bangalow in northern New South Wales, Australia.

● Tomatoes (Dried)
● Sauce (Tomato)
● Capsicum
● Cucumber (Chinese))
● Cucumber (Lebanese)
● Eggplant (Black)
● Silverbeet
● Tomatoes
Costanzo Apples
Costanzo Apples
Michelle & Roberto Costanzo
Stanthorpe QLD

Crisp juicy apples pears, grapes and stonefruit, grown on the Costanzo family farm at Stanthorpe

Apples (gala, high early, mitzus, pink lady, fuji, granny, dell),
pears, grapes, cherries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines,
bottled apple juice and quinces
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.

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.
Denise Latham
Denise Latham
02 66878587
North Teven Road 2478 Teven NSW Australia
Denise Latham

Denise Latham has been growing lettuces for close to 25 years, so she has it down to a fine art. Her organically lettuces are prized for their freshness and sweetness.

• Produce
• Lettuces
• Celery
Edens Landing
Edens Landing
Amir Zikhron
6684 1007
Shop 4, 97 Stuart St, Mullumbimby, New South Wales

Eden’s Landing is a local business that provides organic and traditional vegetables to the market that local farmers cannot provide. This arrangement enables shoppers to fulfil all their weekly shop requirements whilst continuing to support small local businesses.

We supply fruit and veg organic and traditional that cannot be sourced from the farmers at the markets.
Energetic Greens
Energetic Greens
Jonathon Flantz
02 6684 0000
PO Box 767 Mullumbimby NSW, 2480

Energetic Greens are growers of organic sprouts and microgreens, specializing in soil-grown sprouts. Our methods of growing follow strict organic guidelines where only the purest and cleanest, seeds, soil and water, are used. Our exciting variety pleases the palate with its excellent taste while being of the highest nutritional value.

● Wheatgrass Juice
● Sprouts (Broccoli)
● Sprouts (buckwheat)
● Sprouts (Radish)
● Sprouts (Sunflower)
● Sprouts (Wheatgrass)
● Sprouts (Barley)
● Sprouts (Salad Mix)
At our unique farm, we grow our sprouts and microgreens in organic soil
(as distinct from sprouting in water, which is the more common way).

We grow only the sprouts and microgreens that are most highly regarded
for their nutritional and health-boosting value:
Broccoli and Radish Sprouts, the unusual, crunchy and tasty Sunflower Sprouts,
the rare Buckwheat Sprouts, Wheatgrass, and Barley Grass.
02 6684 0036
Everest Farms
Everest Farms
Matt Everest
02 6679 3052/ 0402 320 784
Tyalgum Rd Euengella NSW, 2484

The Everest farm is located at Eungella, west of Murwillumbah. The family has been farming here for five generations.

Corn, beans, eggplant, tomatoes, beetroot, leeks, potatoes, broccoli, shallots, silverbeet,watermelon, melons, peas, snowpeas, cabbage, cauliflower, watercress, capsicum, zucchini, squash, pumpkin, free range eggs
Forrest Farms
Forrest Farms
Sue Mangan & David Forrest
6688 4346

Sue Mangan and her partner Dave Forrest have been organic farmers for 33 years and grow a whole host of organic fruit and veggies for their popular stall at the market.
They also have home made kombucha and jamu

ALL ORGANIC: ginger, broccoli, oranges, whole mixes, macadamia oil, shallots, snake beans, coloured (red, green, yellow) beans, cucumber, basil, cabbage, gourmet
potatoes, winged beans, spring onions, mizuna, bok choy, dandelion, bekana (tokyo cabbage),
chinese cabbage, tatsoi, kang kong, pak choy, mibuna, sweet potato vine (green leaves), amaranth, green mangoes, long capsicum, chilli, bunya nuts, chokos, jaboticaba, tomatoes, lemons, mandarins, grumichama (South American cherry), lemon myrtle leaves, leeks, radish, corn, rocket, kale, edible flowers, silverbeet, chard, fennel, pumpkin, coriander, cauliflower, fennel, carrots, celery, edamame, broad beans, herbs in pots (coriander, rocket, baby silverbeet), turmeric, turnips, garlic
VALUE ADDED davidson plum products (sauce, coulis, paste, jam), coffee, organic macadamia butter, organic macadamia oil, kombucha, jamu tea, pickled sushi ginger

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