Just arrived in our produce department, the first of the season, Australian grown Cherries. Royal Tioga is an early-ripening variety that is bright red in colour, firm, tastes sweet and aromatic. Snack on them right out the box, or add them to your breakfast or desserts.
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The succulent mango speaks of an Aussie summer. Perfect eaten on their own, mangoes are also delicious in salads, paired with chicken, in desserts or grilled on the barbecue. Our Kensington Pride mangoes are at their eating best! They are sweet, juicy and are most certainly the taste of summer. Now available in our produce department.
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We now have stock of the most delicious and aromatic Heavenly Strawberries! Fresh strawberries rank in the top ten for fruit antioxidant properties. Grown on the Lieu family farm north of Perth, Heavenly strawberries are carefully selected from his Albion variety plants, brix tested for high sugar levels then hand packed for you to enjoy.Heavenly strawberries guarantee sweetness along with outstanding flavour and aroma.
The first of the season, freshly picked Torbay Asparagus has arrived in our produce department. This premium asparagus is grown in the Torbay region, near Albany WA. The flavour is sweet and intense. Enjoy fresh asparagus grilled, drizzled with olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Currently in season and locally grown - 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. They're 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.
Our flower department have received a large delivery of locally grown, fresh tulips in an array of beautiful colours. Tulips are sturdy flowers that can last up to 10 days after cutting if you know how to care for them correctly. When shopping for tulips, you may be tempted to buy the tulips with fully-opened, vibrant colored petals. If you prefer them to last a long time, choose tulips that are still tightly closed with some green buds that aren't fully coloured yet. The flowers will open over the course of a few days, giving you more time to enjoy them.
The Trandos family have been farming in Wanneroo for 80 plus years with four generations of the Trandos family involved in the farms. The Neerabup growers created three varieties of tomatoes - Honey Bunch, Tomberry, Truss Tomatoes and so many more. These tomatoes are ripened on the vine & grown locally in Neerabup. We are proud to stock a full range of these locally grown, WA tomatoes which are all of premium quality!
Our Fishco now has stock of the most delicious Swordfish caught off the northern coast of New South Wales - you do not get fresher than this! Swordfish has a moist, meaty flesh that is sweet and delicate, mild yet flavoursome. It is versatile and can be cooked in numerous different ways: bbq, pan fry, use in a curry or simply eat raw as sashimi!
Persimmons are very versatile in the kitchen and their unassuming sweetness marries brilliantly with flavours like smoked poultry, cured meats, cheese, nuts and bitter salad leaves. They also go very well in South-east Asian style salads, as the ‘sweet’ element, together with hot, sour and salty. Now available in our produce section. For some amazing recipe ideas head here.
Pomegranate arils (fleshy seeds) and juice contain high levels of antioxidants resulting in the promotion of pomegranates as a health food in recent years. We have premium, No.1 pomegranates which we have sourced from a local farmer in Gin Gin, WA.
Now available from our produce department! Corn is a versatile and nutritious vegetable that can be enjoyed right off the cob, cooked on a barbecue, or as part of a salad. Corn should taste the way corn smells and ours certainly does! Try this delicious Grilled Corn with Herbed Butter recipe from Bon Appetit!
Kanzi® is not just any apple, it is an apple of quality. The luxurious appearance is an alluring promise of the crunchy bite and deliciously well-balanced sweet and sour flavour. Our Kanzi apples are grown right here in WA! Now available from our produce department.
New season Autumn Crisp grapes of a very high quality! The beautiful climate, rich soil and talented locals are the Swan Valley’s secret to growing beautiful produce! These Autumn Crisp grapes offer large clusters that perfect for sharing. You'll be pleasantly surprised at this grape's firm and crisp texture bursting with mild sweet flavor and subtle hints of Muscat. Great as a snack or part of your grazing board.
These new apricots were bred for New Zealand growing conditions. They're colourful, firm, sweet and full of flavour – their bright colour is perfect. It's an opportunity to produce an outstanding flavoured fruit - it's what a true apricot should be. Now is the time to make the most of Apricots! They can be used in a myriad of desserts - head to the Women's Weekly page to see how you can use them in your baking!
Now available from our Produce Department! Pimientos de Padron, the Padron chilli is most commonly consumed when small and green, when it has a fresh and sweet flavour. It is traditionally sauteed in olive oil and sea salt, and served in tapas bars across their hometown of Spain. When fully mature, they are red in colour and much spicier than their green counterparts. Whilst generally a mild chilli, measuring in between 500 to 2500 Scoville Heat Units, the occasional rogue Padron has earned this chilli the nickname of the 'spanish roulette' as some individual pods are significantly hotter.
There's nothing quite like the taste of fresh-picked, locally WA raspberries! We are now at the height of the season and they are rich in colour, a perfect balance between sweet and tart. They are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Try this decadent White Chocolate and Raspberry Trifle Cake by Donna Hay.