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Unearthed. Co Mushrooms

More Exotic Mushrooms

I am happy to say that locally produced exotic mushrooms are becoming more widely available. Varieties such king, shimeji, nameko, lions mane, enoki, chestnut, snowflake and shiitaki, just to name a few, are being grown in the Yarra Valley and even in suburban Melbourne for sale at farmers markets and select grocery stores, so hopefully…

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dried red mullet roe

Bottarga

While strolling along the beach in Sardinia I stumbled upon a very humble taverna, with plastic tables and chairs nestled under the trees, it seemed to be serving only spaghetti bottarga. The combination of bright sunshine, golden sand and turquoise water and this deliciously simple pasta was quite intoxicating. What was it? Dried mullet roe….

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black star pastry

Rain Cake Homage to Art

Black Star Pastry of Acland St, St. Kilda have made a limited edition cake in celebration of the Rain Room art installation by Random International at the Jackalope Art Collection, St Kilda. After walking through the torrential rain room further delight your senses with the specially devised Rain Cake from Black Star Pastry, which includes…

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hole in the wall monforte

Bakers Still On The Rise

Melbourne’s love affair with bread and pastries continues with two new premises recently opened in inner city locations. Baker Bleu has extended its reach to the North side of the river with a full line up of their bread and pastries on sale at Andrew McConnell’s new providore, Morning Market, at 59 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy….

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Support Local Click For Vic

Support local businesses and get the best of small artisan producers in Melbourne and country Victoria with your online searches and purchases with the CLICK FOR VIC initiative. Check out the extensive list of produce, cooked meals, meal ingredients, alcoholic drinks, coffee, gifts and fashion on the CLICK FOR VIC website. Don’t forget that Melbourne…

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