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Seanne’s recipe for success

A passionate home gardener and cook has turned her flair for food into an award-winning business, taking out three first places in a national competition that recognises the best chilli products in Australia.

Seanne Davis’s Sublime Spices range was initially inspired by a desire to feed her family of seven healthy, tasty, home-prepared food.

Since setting up her stall at the Kalamunda Markets a year ago, Mrs Davis’s gluten free and vegan friendly chilli sauce creations have become a staple for those who appreciate food of a high-gourmet artisan standard.

Over the past five years Mrs Davis has been perfecting the right balance of flavour and heat and last month her talent for taste scored three wins in the Mr Chilli Awards.

Judges, who presided over the competitive, blind-tasted competition awarded first place for three products: zucchini relish, strawberry tsea-nami jam and tempestuous lava chutney.

Mrs Davis said she was thrilled about her wins.

“But really, it’s the feedback I get from my customers who tell me they love the products is what makes it all worthwhile.”

Mrs Davis’s stand can be found at the Kalamunda Village Markets on the first Saturday of the month and Kalamunda Farmer Market.

For more information go to www.sublimespices.com.au

About Rashelle Predovnik

Rashelle has been the senior journalist at Echo News since June 2011. She was a finalist in the WA Media Awards in 2015 and 2013. In 2014 Rashelle took out the whole print category in the Deborah Kirwan Media Awards for a series of stories she wrote that has positively influenced community attitudes towards seniors. In 2013, Rashelle was a finalist in the Consumer Protection Media Awards. Before joining Echo News, Rashelle worked at WA Business News, Media Monitors, she was a freelance journalist and taught journalism units at Murdoch University.

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