Want to know where the produce we use comes from? In this series of ‘Meet the Producer’ posts, we’ll introduce you to some of our favourite local suppliers… Plus, we’ll be showcasing Tintenbar Distillery at our upcoming Producer’s Plate dinner on Friday 16th August. CLICK HERE FOR MORE. Ask Rob and Bek what they [...]
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Coming up on Friday 19th July, Ducks chef Mark LaBrooy will be heading to the Carriageworks Winter Night Market for a cooking demo close to his heart – how to make wild deer salami. A passionate subsistence hunter, Mark largely hunts wild animals that are considered pests, such as deer – and everything he hunts, he eats. [...]
If you've got a mini sous chef, who likes to help out in the kitchen, they're gonna need their own Ducks apron. That's why we teamed up with our talented friends at Mopchook Makes Byron Bay, to create a new collection of aprons, designed just for kiddos. Each one is handmade from organic linen, with a handy [...]
Owner and head chef Mark LaBrooy recently headed down south to the Flinders Island Food and Crayfish Festival to cook up a seafood feast, that now you can make at home... Last month, I was lucky enough to be invited back to one of my favourite places in the world... Flinders Island. This small island [...]
What do you get when you send Three Blue Ducks chef, Andy Allen, to Peru? A banging new recipe for ceviche that you can make at home... It was obvious in my recent trip to Peru, that ceviche was their national dish. Not only is it on EVERY menu, but it's bloody delicious. The thing that [...]
When it comes to sourcing produce, there's nothing quite like the practice of gathering wild food. This month, Ducks trio, Andy Allen, Darren Robertson and Mark La Brooy joined fellow chef James Viles, and headed down south into pine forest country to forage for wild pine mushrooms. What they came back with was a very impressive [...]