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Paddock Paella

Paddock Paella
by Chef Karen Johnston of Minniribbie PaddockA wonderful dish making the most of our local produce and seafood. Minniribbie Paddock Beef Sausages, Eyre Peninsula Blue Mussles and Spencer Gulf Prawns are combined to make this popular dish.Serves: 6- 8Ingredients:4- 6 Minniribbie Paddock "Country Kicker" beef sausages (cut in 1cm thin pieces)16 live ...
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Seared Sashimi Tuna

Seared Sashimi Tuna
Recipe by Tony Ford of Boston Bay WinesIngredients:The quality of the tuna will make or break this recipe. Inferior cuts are not suitable. Akami is preferred for this recipe.1/2 cup light soya sau let (500 grams), cut into desired length/ shape1/2 cup light soya 1/4 honey200g sesame seeds Knob of butterWasabi pasteMethod:Marinate the tuna pieces fo...
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Lemon Pepper Calamari

Lemon Pepper Calamari
Recipe by Damien Mrdjen- Damien Mrdjen CateringIngredients:500 g local calamari, cleaned and cut into strips300 g wholemeal flour100 g lemon pepper seasoning500 ml canola oilMethod:Mix wholemeal flour with lemon pepper seasoning until combined. Add oil to pan and heat until hot. Coat calamari pieces in wholemeal flour mix. Shallow fry for approx 30...
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Spencer Gulf King Prawns Salad

Spencer Gulf King Prawns Salad
with fresh peas, grilled asparagus, blood orange, balsamic onions and almond dressingBy Dennis Leslie, Chef at Adelaide OvalIndredients800 g Spencer Gulf King Prawns1 bunch asparagus400 g fresh peas6 blood oranges3 red onions100 ml balsamic200 g fresh rocket leaf6 tbsp Harding's Almonds PasteExtra Virgin olive oilSea salt and pepperMethodPreheat ov...
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Take in all the beauty & history along the Parnkalla Trail

Take in all the beauty & history along the Parnkalla Trail
Boston Bay is one of South Australia's most beautiful bays and deep water harbors, it is three times the size of Sydney Harbour. Sitting on the edge of the Bay is the township of Port Lincoln, and sitting in between the town and the Bay is a walking trail known as Parnkalla Trail.Photo: Di Dennis- Sign near Shelley BeachThe trail was named aft...
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Get to know our Seafood!

Get to know our Seafood!
The SnapperAlthough actually a bream, the common name 'snapper' was given to this fish by Captain James Cook on his voyage through Australia in 1770.He mistook it for a member of the true snapper family Lutjanidae, a group of fish with which he had become familiar in American waters. Although he mistook the fish, he spelled the name correctly, in S...

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