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Jul 20 2022

Carl Willuweit & Jess Dressler, Byron Bush Food

Byron Bush Food comes from our family farm nestled in the Byron Hinterland – home to the Bundjalung nation. As caretakers of this beautiful land we’ve dedicated ourselves to continuing the natural practices undertaken before us, and honouring mother nature for what she provides. Our land is made up of a beautiful one acre Davidson plum orchard, surrounded by lemon myrtle trees, aniseed myrtle, native citrus, atherton almonds and a regenerated rainforest - a project we are passionate about.   We're Jess & Carl and together with our two boys Van and...

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Jul 20 2022

Paddock to Plate. By Yvonne Adams, The Farm at Byron Bay

Think of the last bad coffee you had. You remember where and when it happened, we know you do. Let’s be honest, we all remember. Your best friend, your ex-lover, and the guy you sit next to at work still remember. You were shocked, outraged. Even scared. You had to tell them. WARN them. It was a big day for everyone. You felt violated. It was unspeakable. (Yet you told everyone). You’re ok now, but it was uncertain terrain for a while there. We get it. Failings of the caffeinated...

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Jul 07 2022

Northern Rivers Food Harvest Food Trail Returns in 2022

After a postponement from their usual schedule in May due to the floods, it is fantastic to see that Northern Rivers Food (NRF) have announced the return of their annual Harvest Food Trail in 2022, allowing locals and visitors the much needed opportunity to come together to experience, celebrate and enjoy our amazing food & beverage offerings in the Northern Rivers NSW region. Held over the weekend of July 30 and 31 this year, the event is guaranteed to be a very Northern Rivers experience, reflecting on and celebrating the distinctive...

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Mar 21 2022

Two Northern Rivers chefs raise over $170,000 and deliver over 200,000 meals to communities cut off by floods.

The Northern Rivers community answered the calls from open fire chef Pip Sumbak of Pip’s Plate and Wal Foster of Natural Ice-cream Australia, and came together to cook and feed those who lost everything from the floods.   Nearly every restaurant and chef in the Northern Rivers contributed their time and energy to the cause, including Three Blue Ducks, Bread Social, Bay Leaf, Fleet, Eltham Hotel, Paper Daisy, Frida’s Field, Barrio Eatery & Bar, The Diner Lennox, Harvest Newrybar, Salumi Australia, Lightyears and many more.   Byron was flooding and there were rumours that...

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