Farmers’ Markets

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Popping up more and more commonly across the suburbs, how is the current popularity of farmers’ markets and agricultural shows influencing Australia’s eating habits?

Q&A with Chef Damien Styles

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine Chef Styles believes that Australian chefs are free to be creative when cooking as ‘we [Australian chefs] have access to almost every ingredient available worldwide, and due to us not being steeped in tradition like say either the French or Italians, we can pretty much do whatever we like, [...]

Q&A with Chef Pierre Khodja

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine Chef Khodja believes that produce plays an important role in the development of Australian cuisine: ‘produce is paramount to what we know as Australian cuisine. Freshness and quality is a definite priority for customers who are prepared to spend money on dining out, as they want the best. People [...]

Q&A with Chef Ashraf Saleh

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine ‘My Middle-Eastern heritage has played a big part in the dishes that I have created. The memory from my childhood of running through bazaars and spice markets with my parents was remarkable! The flavours of those markets were never far from my plate’, muses Chef Saleh. Chefs tend to [...]

Farmers’ Markets, the way forward

Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine The Supermarket duopoly engaged in a long running price war, in the battle for market share, placed some producers in an impossible financial predicament through their pricing demands. Increased public awareness about the provenance of their produce has been a major factor in the growth of Farmers’ Markets. [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|Farmers' Markets|0 Comments