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Tasmanian rare foods join culinary boom

Black garlic and berries, purple spuds, wildlife and more on the menu

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Native pepper berries, mussel spat, multi-hued potatoes, fermented black garlic, and even possum pies are among a smorgasbord of rare or unusual foods hitching a ride on Tasmania’s culinary boom »

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Demand for Tasmanian wines changes landscape for family vineyards »

Tyson Stelzer presents TV series 'People of the Vines'

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Tyson Stelzer's 'People in the Vines' TV series gives an insight into the people behind Tasmania's cool climate wines. He discovers how the state's phenomenal growth in the wine industry is changing the landscape for some of the country’s smallest vineyards »

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Beef Cheek Bourguinon from Book of Tripe by French Chef Stéphane Reynaud »

An easy and delicious intro to cooking 'offal'

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Beef cheeks are so hot right now. This Beef Cheek Bourguinon recipe from the Book of Tripe by French Chef Stéphane Reynaud ticks all the boxes and is a great intro to cooking a lesser-utilised cut – with red wine of course »

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