OUR BEST SELLER
BETTY'S TOMATO RELISH - TWIN PACK $25 (delivered)
WHO IS BETTY?
Betty Barnier's Tomato Relish has been causing friction in her family for years.
Full of the goodness of local Clarence Valley tomatoes and a hint of spices, this relish is fought over by Betty's kids and grandchildren while it's still hot off the stove.
A true versatile relish. We serve with toasties, scrambled eggs and burgers, but try with a bit of sour cream for a quick tomato dip.
VERY SMALL BATCH SMALL ORDERS AVAILABLE
MR + MRS FAHEY'S SEVILLE ORANGES MARMALADE PACK - $25 (delivered)
ONE JAR MARMALADE
ONE JAR BETTY'S TOMATO RELISH
ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT
But by jove they are really great right at the beginning of winter when they come in fresh from a local backyard tree. Our marmalade is sweet and jammy with very little in the way of chunks of orange peels. There's just a hint of traditional marmalade bitterness to keep things honest.
Morning toast is great, but so is a smear on crackers with a bitey vintage cheddar.
HOT AS BUT NOT ENOUGH TO STRIP PAINT
CHILLI + TOMATO RELISH - $25 (delivered)
1 X CHILLI + TOMATO RELISH
1 X BETTY'S TOMATO RELISH
HOW HOT IS IT?
When the garden gives us this many chillis, we have to make this relish. It has a kick that's for sure, but it's not exactly going to strip paint.Just a warning though, we're not shy when it comes to adding the chillis.
If you like it spicy, give this stuff a crack - with your eggs at breakfast, smeared on your sandwich at lunch, stirred into noodles, or added to marinades.
NEW SEASON GRANNY SMITH APPLE SAUCE - $25 (delivered)
1 x APPLE SAUCE
1 X BETTY'S RELISH
APPLES FOR JAM
One of our favourite food writers is Tessa Kiros. Her book 'Apples for Jam' has been really inspirational.
This sauce is inspired by delicious, tart new season Granny Smith apples and warming ginger from our very own garden.
There's a splash of vinegar for added depth and interests and to balance the locally grown sunshine sugar in this recipe.
FRESH AND NEW
TIM'S MUM + DAD'S MULBERRIES SPREAD - $25 (delivered)
ONE JAR MULBERRIES SPREAD
ONE JAR BETTY'S TOMATO RELISH
PURPLE FINGERS AND TUMMY ACHE
Mulberries are more dangerous than you'd suspect. In full season, those dark purple berries stain fingers and cause happy tummy aches especially when the picking routine goes something like - "one for me, one for the bucket."
This spread is all about the goodness of early spring, and picking those berries before the birds or fruit bats get to them.
Slather your toast, but watch carefully for purple dribbles down your chin.
ALL OUR PRODUCTS
We source our raw ingredients locally from local farmers, growers and fruit trees in local backyards. We even trade coffees in our cafe for special home-grown goodies to use in our recipes.
We deliver to anywhere in Australia (almost). We can reach most homes. Prices include delivery costs.
What's in the jar?
All the good things. No chemicals or preservatives. We make everything with fresh ingredients just like Nana used to make it.
Why twin packs?
It's better value for you. When we send two jars it makes the most of the delivery charge. And anyway, you'll need to top up your Betty's Tomato Relish stock every time you order.
Can I mix and match?
Not at this point. We're working on that and will bring in this option soon.
Why is there a limited supply?
We work with small suppliers and make small batches when ingredients are at their best.
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