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A guide for the passionate cook and gardener

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<i>Australian Native Food Harvest</i> by Julie Weatherwood

Australian Native Food Harvest by Julie Weatherwood [©Peppermint Ridge Farm]

<i>Australian Native Food Harvest</i> Author Julie Weatherwood
Finger Lime and Lemon Myrtle Cheesecakes - from Australian Native Food Harvest
Mountain Pepper Berries ready for harvest - from Austrailan Native Food Harvest
A basket of Cold Fermented Sourdough with Native Thyme from Australian Native Food Harvest


Chefs are discovering Australian native foods, they have amazing flavours and grow in our backyards so why don't we use them more ourselves? Is it simply that we don't know how to? Julie Weatherhead shows us how to embrace them with her comprehensive book Australian Native Food Harvest: a guide for the passionate cook and gardener.

What's needed is practical advice on how to grow and harvest Australian native plants and then how to use them in the ktichen and this is just what you get with this guide and we have two copies to be won!

Julie and her husband, Anthony Hooper, have developed Peppermint Ridge Farm over three decades, studying and working with native plants and now they are sharing that deep knowledge in this book.

It includes:

  • a top 20 list of foods for the garden and table, each with planting notes, propagation, harvesting, culinary and health benefits.
  • how to design and grow a native garden with planting maps
  • how to cook with native foods with a range of recipes from starters, roast chicken, pizzas, desserts, butters, preserves and more
  • a section on agriculture in Aboriginal Australia and how some native foods were first recognised overseas.

Australian Native Food Harvest is easy to read and the format makes it easy to follow and pick up information.

It also won the 2017 Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Food Heritage in Australia and is now a finalist for the international awards to be announced in May so whether you're into growing or cooking our native plants, this book should be on your bookshelf.

 Enter now to win one of two copies.

Read the press release for Australian Native Food Harvest by Julie Weatherwood here »


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Prizes are one of two copies of Australian Native Food Harvest by Julie Weatherhead (valued at A$29.95 each plus postage)  These prizes can be posted around Australia and overseas. The competition is open to all subscribers and Members over the age of 18. Entries open 1st April 2017 and close midnight 5th June 2017. Winners drawn 6th June 2017 and names posted on our winners page.  See our competition terms and conditions here

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