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Watch Your Fingers

Marion is a pastry chef – extraordinaire, everything is homemade. To name a few of the delights – macaroons, whoopee pies, cookies, banana bread, brownies, jams, lemon curd rocky road and the best chocolate eclairs ever! Then you can have some of her lemonade or iced tea. You just have to be careful of your […]

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Jaggards Dressings

The dressings are made By Michael & Heidi Jaggard at the Apple bar restaurant in Bilpin. They use all the products in their menu. The ingredients are sourced from local farmers. Honey Moroccan … Continue Reading


Why eat local?

We're lucky to live in the Hawkesbury region. The region is home to some of the finest farms and food producers in the country. With such a proud farming, agricultural and food community right on our … Continue Reading

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How to Cook the Perfect Steak

In Australia, it's pretty important to know how to cook a decent steak. A good piece of grilled steak is one of the simplest meals you can make, yet many people worry and fuss over how to cook it properly. Here are some tips on how to cook the perfect steak. … Continue Reading


Watermelon Refresher

There's nothing better than a cool slice of watermelon to help you get through the long hot days of summer we have coming up. Juiced watermelon also makes a fabulous base for an assortment of drinks. Try this refreshing little recipe which, with the diet ginger ale, has a real zing to it. … Continue Reading

coconut shop

The Coconut Shop

Most our products are sourced from overseas and all certified organic,with the current trends in palio and whole foods we have been well received.Our Coconut range is extensive and includes healthy natural coconut based body products,and health books. Coconut oil.coconut … Continue Reading


Are you eating slowly enough?

Slow food is a resistance movement founded in 1986 by Carlo Petrini in response to the opening of a McDonald's in the Piazza di Spagna in Rome. A nonprofit organization, Slow Food now counts members in more than 50 countries. Local chapters in many Australian cities hold events such as picnics … Continue Reading