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Seasonal – Best Recipe – September

September 2, 2010

The winners of our August Monthly Seasonal – Best Recipe challenge are Ella from Manly for her Beetroot recipe and Dan from Castle Hill with his Orange recipe.  The recipes will be added to our site next week and will be able to be viewed in the ‘Gotta Go Cook’ section of our blog.

Think you can do better? Why not enter your own recipe in our September challenge for your chance to win a box of fresh fruit and vegetables (worth $50+). 

This challenge is not only for those who attend our market stalls but for anyone!! You must however be able to collect your prize from one of our markets in Sydney or from Orange.

August’s seasonal ingredients are *drumroll*…… Swiss Brown MUSHROOMS and GLOBE ARTICHOKES .

Fresh Swiss Brown Mushrooms and Globe Artichokes can be bought from The Farm Gate by Nashdale Fruit Co’s weekly farmers’ markets stalls.

The only rules are that the recipe should utilise seasonal Australian ingredients as much as possible (ingredients sourced from your local farmers’ market are especially encouraged) and be an original recipe.

We will then post the recipe on our blog for all to see and try.

Send your tried and tested recipe and pictures (if possible) to: the.farm.gate@optusnet.com.au. The winners will be announced at the end of September and will be able to collect their prize from any of our markets or if you are from the Orange region we can arrange a pick up/drop off option.

Have fun and get cooking! We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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