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Choosing the state’s best steak sandwich

The Mundaring Hotel’s well-loved steak sandwich is yet again headed for a cook-off in the WA’s Best Steak Sandwich competition next month. Now in it’s ninth year, the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) Annual Steak Sandwich Competition recognises Western Australia’s best ...

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Asian fruit a new industry

PERTH Hills, Gidgegannup and York growers are producing a popular Asian fruit, which can be eaten fresh, dried or processed and used in confectionery such as breads, cake, candy, compote and jam. Called jujubes or Chinese dates the small apple-like ...

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Tomatoes put to the taste test

TOMATO growers will have the chance to vie for the “Best Tasting Tomato” award in a competition being run this month by The Green Life Soil Co in Midvale. Owner Linda Mitchener said she wanted to encourage people to try ...

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Fruit and veg store signs long lease

THE green army behind a successful community campaign to stop an independent fruit and veg store being replaced with a major liquor retailer, are celebrating another success with the Swan View Fruit and Veg shop granted a seven-year lease. Swan ...

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Gold Plate winners praise staff

By Anita McInnes CHESTERS of Heafod Glen, Caversham House, Sandalford Winery and The Coffee Club all picked up gongs at the annual Gold Plate Awards on the weekend. For the third year in a row Chesters of Heafod Glen won ...

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A matter of principal

By Sarah Brookes Principal in Midland hoping for good pub food. In fact we got very, very good food. And a decent glass of red. With the head chef’s recommendation we delved into an entree of duck rillette. It was an ...

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Wasteless shopping

By Sarah Brookes TWO Mundaring mothers’ dream of a life with zero waste is a step closer after opening the doors to their bulk grocery food store The Wasteless Pantry this month. Business partners Amanda Welschbillig and Jeannie Richardson said it ...

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Endearingly good..

PADBURY’S Café Restaurant is like stepping back in time as you walk into the rustic, roomy interior of the heritage building, faithfully restored in the historic suburb of Guildford. And the service has plenty of olde world charm too. It’s ...

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Valley & Vines

GOURMET food and wine lovers are in for a treat next month with the debut of a new wine festival set to showcase the Swan Valley. Perth has not seen a Swan Valley wine festival since Spring in the Valley ...

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