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Matt Eats Gympie Blog

  • Rhodavale Pork – Get some pork….on your menu
    Chefs talk a lot these days about using local produce on their menus…….some of them even do. Some do it for the freshness and quality, to save carbon miles and support the local economy. Some use local produce because that’s what their customers want. To know the story behind the food they’re ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2017-02-01By Matt Golinski
  • Camelot Dairies – Milk Fit for a King
    Peoples food prejudices develop for lots of different reasons. A lot have been irreparably mentally scarred by being forced to eat grandmas grey, mushy Brussels sprouts and now run screaming from them even if they’ve been cooked nicely. Some people just have a preconceived idea of what a particular ingredient ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2017-01-10By Matt Golinski
  • To Market, To Market….
    The Gympie Regional Council’s Town Centre Growers Market has come a long way in just over a year of operating as an outlet for farmers and producers to sell their wares direct to the public on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Originally in Mary St, the markets ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2016-12-16By Matt Golinski
  • This Little Piggy Went To Market……..
    Cousins Dean and Mason Mayne and their wives Kate and Krystal have very quickly become farmers market favourites since they began producing free range eggs, chicken, pork and lamb on their farms in Kilkivan in January this year. Both families produce livestock on their respective farms and pool ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2016-11-03By Matt Golinski
  • Lychee Heaven
    As consumers, we’ve all become used to having access to whatever fruit and vegetables we want all year round – we can buy winter vegetables all through summer from the supermarket, and summer fruits all through winter. But there are a few things that are so specifically seasonal that even ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2016-01-13By Matt Golinski
  • My Top 10 Food Highlights in the Gympie Region for 2015
    I thought I’d take the opportunity in my last blog for the year to recap on some of the great products I’ve come across and cooked with throughout 2015. While there’s obviously been far more than just ten, some of these are ones I’ve used for various dinners or events, ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-12-24By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • My Top 10 Food Highlights in the Gympie Region for 2015
    I thought I’d take the opportunity in my last blog for the year to recap on some of the great products I’ve come across and cooked with throughout 2015. While there’s obviously been far more than just ten, some of these are ones I’ve used for various dinners or events, ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-12-24By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • My 5 Favourite Ways to Eat an Eggplant
    Double Creek Farm at Imbil provided the inspiration for this blog. Tony has been growing hydroponic tomatoes and cucumbers on his property for over 12 months and has recently started producing eggplant. His passion for growing hydroponic produce as sustainably and as chemical free as possible, and his background ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-10-31By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • My 5 Favourite Ways to Eat an Eggplant
    Double Creek Farm at Imbil provided the inspiration for this blog. Tony has been growing hydroponic tomatoes and cucumbers on his property for over 12 months and has recently started producing eggplant. His passion for growing hydroponic produce as sustainably and as chemical free as possible, and his background ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-10-31By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • The Native Edible Garden
    As well as having a love of cooking, I’ve always enjoyed gardening, particularly when whatever it is I’m gardening I’ll eventually be able to cook! I also love discovering any native bushfoods that grow in my area and knowing where I can go to forage for interesting bits and pieces. ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-10-07By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • The Native Edible Garden
    As well as having a love of cooking, I’ve always enjoyed gardening, particularly when whatever it is I’m gardening I’ll eventually be able to cook! I also love discovering any native bushfoods that grow in my area and knowing where I can go to forage for interesting bits and pieces. ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-10-07By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • Gympie Gold Regional Produce Lunch
    Over the past couple of years I’ve been lucky enough to have the chance to travel to different parts of Australia and put together dinners using the produce of that region. Pinnaroo in South Australia, Stanthorpe on the Granite Belt and most recently Airlie Beach and Mackay have all been ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-08-24By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • Gympie Gold Regional Produce Lunch
    Over the past couple of years I’ve been lucky enough to have the chance to travel to different parts of Australia and put together dinners using the produce of that region. Pinnaroo in South Australia, Stanthorpe on the Granite Belt and most recently Airlie Beach and Mackay have all been ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-08-24By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • Local Heroes
    There’s a huge buzz everywhere you go these days about locally produced food and supporting local growers. One of the issues often faced by consumers is that sometimes it’s hard to know if the person has truly grown the produce themselves or just driven to the Rocklea Markets and filled ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-07-06By mattgolinski@bigpond.com
  • Local Heroes
    There’s a huge buzz everywhere you go these days about locally produced food and supporting local growers. One of the issues often faced by consumers is that sometimes it’s hard to know if the person has truly grown the produce themselves or just driven to the Rocklea Markets and filled ... read more
    Source: Matt Eats GympiePublished on 2015-07-06By mattgolinski@bigpond.com