Craig Squire explores the benefits of supporting local producers
Handy guide to local produce
Craig Squire picks up ideas from the Australian Tropical Foods website
Support our local growers
Stimulate your tastebuds – and the local economy – with these delicious meals
The best catch is local
Support local seafood by serving these delicious dishes at your next dinner party.
Madness & Mangoes
Get into summer mode with some of these tasty mango recipes
Local flavour unsurpassed
Using fresh local produce has far more benefits than just better flavour
Get True Taste of Australia
Bush food has great nutritional properties
Potential For Food Tourism
Promoting local produce can boost our economy and keep tourists coming back
The waters of the tropics have an abundance of healthy, fresh produce
Eating local produce means a drastic reduction in transportation costs and leaves a smaller carbon footprint
The Far North has an abundance of mouth-watering food
Promoting Australian Tropical Cuisine
The role of a guest chef is an ideal opportunity to espouse the virtues of Aussie produce
Real Taste of Home
Supporting local producers has multiple benefits, especially flavour
Hosting the perfect Christmas dinner party?
Make Christmas dinner easy this year
Flavours of the North
Fill your festive table with an abundance of local produce
Enjoy local products and embrace tropical cuisine
Taste of the Tropics
Embrace the region you live in by using local produce…
Tradition states that Australians love nothing better than a Sunday barbecue. So why not celebrate the arrival of spring with some early season sensations?
Dressings & Salsas
Have you every wondered how they make “no fat” or “low cal” salad dressings?
Well I certainly have. A salad dressing without oil is an oxymoron in my book … I mean isn’t Paul Newman an actor?
The quality of sauces, salsas and dressings are the telltale sign between an average chef and a great chef – a distinguishing feature between the norm and the best…
Stir – fries
The difference between a professional chef and a home cook is understanding why some things are done and not others…