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Byron Broth

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Our grandmother’s knew it – a steaming bowl of chicken soup will cure just about anything. Trouble is, most of us don’t have the time to make soup like grandma used to. Instead of leaving the bones to cook for hours and creating a nourishing stock, we […]

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Why local oranges taste better

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Have you ever bought one of those perfect looking oranges at the supermarket, only to find it disappointedly dry and  lacking sweetness? The likely explanation is that it has been picked too early. To be able to stand up to the modern supply chain, fruit has to be […]

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Ginger, turmeric and galangal

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There are a couple of things you notice when you start eating with the seasons. One, things taste better, and two, the right foods seem to come into season exactly when your body craves them. Like cool refreshing watermelon in the middle of summer, or Vitamin C […]

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Our award winning cheesemakers

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It’s a double celebration this week, with the market’s two cheesemakers both winning in the 2018 Delicious Produce Awards. Deb Allard, of Cheeses Loves You, and Paul Wilson, of Nimbin Valley Dairy, were announced as state winners in the awards this week. A team of judges that included […]

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Making the most of Autumn pumpkin

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Pumpkin is a classic autumn vegetable. In America where it originated, it’s a traditional part of the autumn harvest, eaten in soups, puree and the staple of Thanksgiving, the pumpkin pie. While not as wildly popular as it is in the US, pumpkin is still an Aussie favourite, […]

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Good Friday market

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MULLUMBIMBY Farmers Market’s big Easter Friday market is on again, offering super fresh local produce, hand made Easter choccies, freshly baked hot cross buns, flowers and gifts. Along with the usual line up of stalls, great local coffee and delicious breakfast choices, there’ll be live music and […]

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Bountiful bunyas

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Be wary of walking under a Bunya Pine in the summertime. From December to March, these ancient trees that grow up to 45m tall, drop their fruit – football sized spiky cones weighing up to ten kilos that hit the ground with an impressive thud. They have […]

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For the love of pawpaw

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Picking pawpaws is not a job for the faint hearted. Apart from the sheer physical effort involved, there’s the risk of swollen itchy arms from coming into contact with the fruit’s potent sap, and even temporary blindness if the sap gets into your eyes. “They’re very difficult […]

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Go local this Christmas

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This Christmas, do your bit for the environment, the local economy and the health and welfare of animals by choosing locally produced meat. Let’s face it, most of us have no idea how and where supermarket meat is produced, how far it’s traveled to reach us, what […]

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The Japanese Kitchen

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The Byron Shire is spoilt for choice when it comes to good food. Thanks to the bounty of fresh local produce grown by local farmers and a host of talented foodies and chefs, locals and visitors enjoy food that’s right up there with some of the best […]

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Recent news

  • BYO for Plastic Free July

    There’s been a bit of a fuss made recently (by some) about the ‘inconvenience’ or phasing out plastic bags at the big supermarkets. For farmers market shoppers …
  • Byron Broth

    Our grandmother’s knew it – a steaming bowl of chicken soup will cure just about anything. Trouble is, most of us don’t have the time …

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