Brussels sprouts are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making them a nutritious addition to your diet. Brussels sprouts are delicious when cut in half and oven roasted which brings out a balancing sweetness - they should have a few little burned leaves for best flavour!
Spruce up Brussels sprouts with the addition of garlic, lemon and chilli. The result is a flavourful vegan side dish that's healthy too. Click here for recipe.
Now is the time to enjoy fresh picked Albany asparagus. This premium asparagus is grown in the Torbay region, near Albany. The flavour is sweet and intense. Enjoy fresh asparagus grilled, drizzled with olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Broad beans offer one of spring's best seasonal flavours! Our Broad Bean pods are firm and crisp. They're a great source of protein and carbohydrates, as well as vitamins A, B1 and B2. In the US, they're known as fava beans. For wonder recipie ideas visit BBC's Good Food guide on "what to do with broad beans".
The tantalising, tropical taste of summer! These locally grown rockmelon are sweet and refreshing. They are delicious on their own or paired with prosciutto as an elegant canapé!
Our baby carrots have their leafy green tops and have been farmed by local, WA farmers just for us! They are freshly picked just at the right time making them sweet and tender, with a much slimmer core than the standard size carrot. Now available from our produce department.
Currently In season and locally grown in Bindoon, we now have these delicious and exotic Blood Oranges in store. Blood oranges have a sweet yet a sour tang with a hint of raspberry or blackberry, they're about the same size as a navel orange but with a slightly red tint on portions of the fruit's skin. This Citrus fruit can be used in many ways, popular chef Yotam Ottolenghi who's books we carry here in store had a delicious recipe for sea bass with a blood orange sauce and side salad that sounds divine. They're also great for baked goods as a substitute to lemon, like cookies, panna cotta or in a cupcake. They're delicious in Campari and Sweet Vermouth cocktails or just as a garnish in your favourite gin.
We have a wide selection of reaper chillies now available from our produce department! Included in the range are the Carolina Reaper, the Ghost Pepper and the Chocolate Reaper.
The Carolina Reaper (2,200,000 SHU) is once again the Worlds Hottest Pepper. The Carolina Reaper has a unique stinger tail that is unlike any other pepper. It gets this insane heat from being a cross between a Ghost Pepper and a Red Habanero. The Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia) measures 1,041,427 scovilles and originates from Assam, India. The Chocolate Reaper is the Chocolate variant of the Carolina Reaper. It is close to the same heat level depending on growing conditions. They have that Reaper shape and texture, although a lower percentage have reaper tails. The Chocolate Reaper chilli plants grow close to 4 feet tall, with more pods than the red reaper variety.
Proceed with caution!
Nutritionists celebrate artichokes for a long list of reasons. They're packed with fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients, and have long been known to support the liver. Whether steamed, grilled, roast d, or sautéed, artichokes are one of winter’s most delectable treats. To get an idea on how to prepare and cook - Jamie Oliver has a step-by-step guide which can be found here.
We now have stock of Oxheart Heirloom Tomatoes! These are firm, meaty, with heart shaped fruit that have thick walls, few seeds and a mild flavour. Serve in salads, sandwiches or on dry biscuits as a healthy lunch. It makes a full flavored tomato sauce or relish and the rich red flesh is excellent for home made salsa blend in 6 tomatoes, half an onion, two cloves of garlic, splash of vinegar and cup of fresh coriander – blend and serve. Chilli can be added; quantities and variety will depend on desired heat level.
Moora Citrus is based in the WA Wheatbelt. The orchard is producing oranges and mandarins, with a focus on delivering fresh eating citrus into the local market. We now have stock of new season Navel oranges. Boost your immune system and Vitamin C intake through those chilly Winter months. These fascinating fruit are some of the most popular and common oranges around.
Arriving directly from world famous cherry growers, Stemilt are these delicious Chelan Cherries! These cherries are dark red to mahogany in color with a flavour explosion in every bite. You’ll love the crunch when you bite into one and the incredible sweetness, acids, and juicy experience that follow. These cherries can be used for just about everything. Whether you are grabbing straight from the bag to enjoy or adding into a delicious baked dessert, dark-sweet cherries taste great in salads, cooked dishes, and for juicing and freezing.
We are coming into apple season, and we do love our Australian apples! We have new season Sundowner apples in our produce department, that have been grown in WA orchards. The texture of a Sundowner is firm and crisp, though not hard, and the yellow flesh is fine grained. This is a very sweet apple, but balanced by some tartness and notes of berries and spices. The sweetness of this apple intensifies with storage, changing the flavor somewhat. They are absolutely delicious in this Apple & Raspberry Crumble
$1.99 per bunch. Broccolini is mild with a subtly peppery finish that sweetens when cooked. It is natural cross between broccoli and Chinese broccoli (gaai lan). It is entirely edible – nothing to cut, nothing to waste! Try this Garlic Butter Sauteed Broccolini recipe!
Just arrived in our Produce Department - the newest vegetable on the market: Caulilini! This baby cauliflower is an Asian-style variety rarely seen in the United States – until now. With its long edible stems and blonde, open florets it could be one of the most striking members of the brassica family. Sweetly succulent in flavor, its “perfectly imperfect” shape adds both flavor and texture to side dishes, crudité platters, or entrée builds. Use it in this Hot Caulilini Baby Cauliflower with Shaved Goat Cheese recipe.
- Entirely edible – from flower to stem
- Sweet, tender stalk turns bright green when cooked
- Fresh, never frozen
- No additives or preservatives
Stemilt is family-owned and centered around ultivating people and growing fruit that delights consumers. Our first shipment of cherries have arrived from their orchards! The Coral variety is a low-acid, very sweet, large-sized cherry that excels in the desert-like, breezy climate of the Patterson district, along with other California cherry districts. Try using them in this Gluten Free Cherry Oat Bar recipe - these oat bars are rich and decadent with a crisp, buttery crumb that will have you making seconds in no time!
Chat or baby potatoes are ideal for steaming or boiling and are usually eaten whole with their skins on. We source our baby Chat potatoes from Mandogalup in WA. These potatoes are great for roasting, steaming or boiling. Try this delicious Paprika Baked Chat Potatoes recipe from Taste or these Cheesy Chat Jacket Potatoes by Donna Hay.