Island Harvest – celebrating the seasons in a Tasmanian kitchen

By Karen Goodwin-Roberts

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Island Harvest - Celebrating the seasons in a Tasmanian Kitchen, by Karen Goodwin-Roberts

Island Harvest - Celebrating the seasons in a Tasmanian Kitchen, by Karen Goodwin-Roberts


Four seasons

Four feasts

For friends

In Tasmania talented and passionate producers grow, breed and harvest world-recognised produce from its unpolluted waters and rich, fertile soils. It's no surprise therefore Tasmania has become a special food-lovers’ island paradise.

In this delicious new book and with fresh seasonal produce at her finger tips, Karen Goodwin-Roberts, one of the island’s most passionate teacher chefs, shares her cooking experience with friends in some of Tasmania’s most enticing settings, celebrating over four seasons with four fabulous feasts.

Steve Solomon, vegetable growing expert and author of the best selling book Growing Vegetables South of Australia, also provides a growing, harvesting or storing tip.

Karen and Steve are convinced Tasmania’s distinct seasons allow for diverse quality produce and that we should know where our food comes from, how it is grown and harvested and this in the end contributes to us eating a healthy, seasonally, sustainable, well balanced diet.

Published by Tas Food Books, Island Harvest  was officially launched by Tasmania's Premier, Lara Giddings on 14th December 2012. The Premier congratulated Karen on the book saying "Tasmania's clean air, pure water, great climate and rich, fertile soils have made Tasmania a mecca for people from across Australia and around the world who appreciate fine food and wine,"

She went on "I also like the way Karen has made use of indigenous foods that were known and eaten by the Aboriginal people who knew all about the abundance that this island had to offer tens of thousands of years before white settlement."

Full review by coming soon


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