In his second cookbook, Rodney Dunn, founder of The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania, celebrates the natural wonder that is the truffle.
In addition to more than 60 recipes, Rodney gives a fascinating insight into the Australian truffle industry and practical advice on buying, storing and (most importantly) cooking with truffles.
Harvested in winter, truffles have an intense earthy flavour that works particularly well with indulgent ingredients such as cream, butter and cheese.
The Produce Book showcases the most progressive and respected producers at the heart of Australia’s vibrant food industry. Interviews with leading chefs and food heroes accompany 100 profiles on the most important artisanal growers and producers on the land today.With stunning commissioned photography, illustrations, maps...
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The tattoo parlours and carnivals of a bygone era have inspired this cast iron anchor shaped bottle opener.: 9cm in length.
Our Brass Atticus knob is a 32mm wide chunk of solid brass has a matte finish and smooth lines. Ergonomically perfect, the concave nature of the knob is like a little seat for your thumb. Both practical and beautiful. Width: 32mm Projection: 29mm Back drilled....
Our range of Bamboo Ecoware is an eco-friendly, long lasting dinnerware collection made from a fine blend of mechanically ground Bamboo Powder and bonded vegetable resin and coloured with vegetable dye., which is completely non-toxic, as well as being antibacterial. It is very durable,...