Table Under a Tree

Byron Bay gourmet food experiences

What to find at the markets in April

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Corona or not, one thing is for sure. Local growers are starting to get back on their feet after a horror period of drought, fire and flood. That’s happy news because it means we’re going to be packing our new Produce Pods with some great local fruit and veggies, and…

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Market Produce Pods

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Connecting people with real food, from real people at real places has always been our thing at Table Under a Tree. Until a few weeks ago, we did that by offering food and farm tours, through delivering ready-to-cook meal pods across the Hinterland and we rocked a cracking good provedore…

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Let’s share some dinner inspiration!

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Socially distancing doesn’t mean we can’t engage and explore the world of food. It just means we need to do it a little differently! We always tell people to play with your food. Have fun with it and don’t take cooking too seriously. We’re not on MasterChef here! Food is…

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A symphony of drought and fire

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Ewen and the team at Symphony Hill Wines have been our vino-friends since we started Table. We’ve always loved using their wines, knowing there is such a great back-story to what they’re doing. And now we find lots of people asking us about whose wine they should drink if they…

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Beat the winter blues

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Time to get ready for some unusual winter months in the Hinterland! To help us all plan for the winter months ahead, we’ve compiled a list of what’s on, what’s not and what’s changed. We’ll keep this updated on a rolling basis so please share this widely and let us…

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The ingenuity of a farmer

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Farmers are a resourceful bunch, constantly adapting to weather, the economy, the animals and more. MacGyver has nothing on these folks! Over the last few weeks, the inventiveness and resilience of the local small-scale producers we work was at front of mind. I was talking with Warren Wiggins at Boorabee…

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Coffee, pizza, pubs and more

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Even with an extra day, February seemed to pass by in a blur this year! Not that I’m complaining, but it did cramp my style when it comes to exploring the cafes, restaurants and watering holes of the Northern Rivers! There’s always news and views to be shared though –…

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What to buy at the markets in March

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What to look out for at the farmer’s markets in March After a hot dry end to 2019, it is incredible to see things really starting to pump at the markets, with fresh produce looking fantastic. The veggies are abundant and there’s some great options to be had. We posted…

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The bees and the coffee

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There’s a lot going on over at Zentveld’s single estate organic coffee plantation right now and it is sweet and delicious. Coffee and honey, two of my favourite things… At Zentveld’s, their plantation is home to a collection of happy bees. Housed in an array of traditional stacked hives, as…

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What’s on in March

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March is a busy month in the Northern Rivers, with something to suit sunny days, rainy days and even the in-between days! Leading the charge for those who, like us, are tragic Kasey Chambers fans, definitely put Saturday 29 February in your diary for the Northern Rivers Bright Futures tour. Yes,…

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