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Truffle Kerfuffle | Chef's Road Trip
Truffle Kerfuffle

Truffle Kerfuffle | Chef's Road Trip

Come celebrate the harvest in the heart of Australian truffle country at Truffle Kerfuffle festival in Manjimup, Western Australia. Subscribe for festival news and info: http://www.trufflekerfuffle.com.au For seven years Truffle Kerfuffle has been bringing chefs to Australia's South West to experience Southern Forests produce first hand and share it with visitors to the festival. Many of the relationships built during the festival have lasting impact for our local famers and producers. We thought it would be good to share with you a little more of what happens behind the scenes of the festival and so, with a little help from Renault Australia (for the nice wheels!), we took a camera and asked the chefs to share their Truffle Kerfuffle journey. Thank you to the chefs David Coomer, Amy Hamilton, Jesse Blake and Aaron Carr for your sharing your time and experience at Truffle Kerfuffle. You can see them all in action at Truffle Kerfuffle 2017. And a big thank you Genuinely Southern Forests, the Shire of Manjimup, Tourism Western Australia, Australia's South West and to the producers and businesses that shared their time and produce with the chefs; Fonty's Pool, Australian Truffle Traders, Karri Country Gourmet Potatoes, Bannister Downs, Newton Orchards of Manjimup, Warren Grange, Phil's Vegie Patch, and the Southern Forests Wine Association. ABOUT TRUFFLE KERFUFFLE Truffle Kerfuffle is a weekend festival celebrating local food, wine and community. Unearth fresh truffles, soak up the atmosphere at the Fonty's Pool Festival Village, meet truffle dogs, farmers and winemakers and indulge at exclusive dining events featuring Genuinley Southern Forests produce and wine. Experience it for yourself this winter. BOOK ACCOMODATION Manjimup is a 3.5 hour drive from Perth and 90 minutes from Margaret River. Accomodation is available in Manjimup, Pemberton, Bridgetown, Nannup, Northcliffe, Balingup and more. Video: Produced by Offshoot Creative http://www.offshootcreative.com.au
Taste Master: Coastal Foraging
Western Australia

Taste Master: Coastal Foraging

Rich Keam, winner of 'Best Jobs in the World' is Taste Master Western Australia (http://tastewesternaustralia.com/). Rich meets up with Doc Reynolds, a Senior Aboriginal Cultural Custodian to discover the culinary traditions of Doc's "saltwater people". They meet at Lucky Bay (near Esperance) and Doc's family business, The Lucky Bean Cafe. With a view along some of the whitest sand in Australia, turquoise ocean and the famed kangaroos that drink from freshwater pools, this is a coffee stop that few forget. From this most modern of ventures, Doc demonstrates the foraging that has been passed through generations of his people. Foraging for bush herbs, Rich tastes Bush Grapes and Native Coastal Rosemary. Then Doc teaches Rich the traditional art of stripping layers of paper bark to act as a kind of 'bush aluminium foil'. High in water content, the paper bark is perfect for cooking meat or fish over an open fire as it doesn't burn and helps the meat remain moist. The collecting of the paper bark must be done with care and attention so as to not destroy or damage the tree. It is a technique which takes from the land sustainably, only taking what is needed. As the sun sets, Doc cooks uses the paper bark to cook some freshly caught river bream (local fish) on the Wylie Bay Sand Dunes. He reflects on the personal importance of keeping Aboriginal culture and traditions alive for future generations. Rich Keam is originally from Brighton, UK. He was one of 1000s of entrants to Tourism Australia's Best Jobs in the World campaign. He arrived in Perth in August 2013 to take up his prize job as Taste Master of Western Australia. Eating and drinking his way around the state... Hard job right? You can follow Rich's adventures on www.tastewesternaustralia.com on Twitter @richkeam or Instagram @tastemaster_wa Doc Reynolds is a senior Aboriginal Cultural Custodian, an expert in the coastal land around Esperance. He runs Lucky Bean Cafe with his family ( www.facebook.com/luckybeancafe ) and also offers bespoke cultural and educational tours of the region ( www.kepakurl.com.au ). Esperance is a gateway to the stunning Southern Ocean coast and national parks of the region. Located 720KM from Perth, 481KM from Albany, 391KM from Kalgoorlie and 203KM from Norseman it is easily accessible by daily flights from Perth or by road. It is up to you how adventurous you make your journey. There are plenty of scenic drives and campsites that are accessible via road, however if you want to get off the beaten track and access the more remote areas and isolated beaches there is plenty of beach driving on offer. Fishing, bird watching, hiking, swimming and surfing are just a few of the activities on offer in this region. Tours are also available.
Taste Master: Coastal Road Trip
Western Australia

Taste Master: Coastal Road Trip

Rich Keam, winner of 'Best Jobs in the World' is Taste Master Western Australia (http://tastewesternaustralia.com/). Dan Paris, local landscape photographer takes Rich on a coastal road trip around Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park. They set out to discover the rugged coastline, breathtaking beaches and local landmarks. Along the way Dan shows Rich some of the whitest beaches in Australia and shares some of his landscape and beach photography tips. Driving the scenic coastal route around Esperance Dan discusses life in Esperance and the importance of the varied landscape to him as a photographer. They go off-road driving the 22km stretch along the beach from the Wylie Bay Sand Dunes to Cape Le Grand (4WD required). At Lucky Bay, famed for Australia's whitest sand, turquoise water and beach loving kangaroos Dan gives Rich a photography master class. At Frenchman's Peak they walk up the 262m granite slopes for a breathtaking view across the national park and islands of the Recherche Archipelago. Dan dons his wet suit to collect Abalone followed by a beachside BBQ at Cape Le Grand. He cooks up an Asian inspired dish and Paris family favourite, Abalone with Oyster Sauce, Flour, Salt and Pepper. Then it's some beers overlooking the ocean sunset. At Cape Le Grand, the camping is basic, but just 50 metres from such pristine beaches you can't go wrong. What a road trip! Rich Keam is originally from Brighton, UK. He was one of 1000s of entrants to Tourism Australia's Best Jobs in the World campaign. He arrived in Perth in August 2013 to take up his prize job as Taste Master of Western Australia. Eating and drinking his way around the state... Hard job right? You can follow Rich's adventures on www.tastewesternaustralia.com on Twitter @richkeam or Instagram @tastemaster_wa Dan Paris lives and works in Esperance. He is a renowned landscape photographer working throughout Western Australia ( http://www.danparis.com.au/ ) . He is also known for his acting career, appearing in Neighbours (1998-2002 as Drew Kirk) and more recently in presenting roles on prOgrammes such as Postcards WA. Esperance is a gateway to the stunning Southern Ocean coast and national parks of the region. Located 720KM from Perth, 481KM from Albany, 391KM from Kalgoorlie and 203KM from Norseman it is easily accessible by daily flights from Perth or by road. It is up to you how adventurous you make your journey. There are plenty of scenic drives and campsites that are accessible via road, however if you want to get off the beaten track and access the more remote areas and isolated beaches there is plenty of beach driving on offer. Fishing, bird watching, hiking, swimming and surfing are just a few of the activities on offer in this region. Tours are also available.
Taste Master: Eat Perth
Western Australia

Taste Master: Eat Perth

Rich Keam, Taste Master Western Australia (http://tastewesternaustralia.com/) is taken on a roving food tour of the city by Perth local, Laura Moseley. Right in the heart of Perth's summer festival season this is the right time to be exploring food in the city. #EATPERTH In recent years Perth has seen fresh spark enter it's streets. Historic buildings, spaces, corners, and laneways are being reactivated by passionate and creative entrepreneurs. Small bars, cosy bistros and restaurants, late night dining, pop up shops, street food and farmers markets are at the very heart of this change. It has never been a better time to taste what the city has on offer. Better still, many of these new haunts are showcasing Western Australia's best fresh, local and seasonal produce. Established festivals like Perth International Arts Festival have held strong, but many new ones have popped up including Fringe World Festival and a multitude of hyper-local street festivals. Together Laura and Rich explore where old meets new in the city. From Perth's King Street and Barrack Street, to Northbridge's William Street and Cultural Centre; it's a busy day of eating, drinking and relaxing in the sun. Along the way they meet some of the people at the heart of Perth's vibrant food scene. Stop One: Uncle Joes Mess Hall. A repurposed space, fitted out with reused and recycled materials is one of the best places to get a coffee in the city. It also happens to be a Barbers shop as well. A trim and a coffee - what more do you need? Whilst there, Laura and Rich meet up with Dan Ash of Micrology Coffee Roasters, one of the city's many micro roastaries. He provides all of Uncle Joe's coffee and is also behind their latest offering: cold drip coffee. Stop Two: Toastface Grillah. Mike O'Hanlon is part of the team behind Toastface Grillah. On a laneway between Wellington Street and Barrack Street they are serving up grilled cheese that will change the way you look at the humble toatie. Stop Three: Delish Ice Katie Earl is the owner of Delish Ice. From a batch of homemade ice pops sold from a vintage caravan she's now opened a Pop-Up shop on William Street. She also has two vintage vans, carts and a growing range of artisan ice pops - Salted Malted Caramel using brewing wort (the sweet mixture that goes into creating beer) as well as Basil and Elderflower (in which she uses botanicals found in Gin). From kids to adults to grannies, this summer she's had people lining up to get a taste of her ice pops. Stop Four: Kakulus Bros. Evan Kakulas is the owner of one of Perth's food and cultural icons. Evan's grandfather started Kakulas Bros. back in 1929. They started off importing olives from Alexandria and now sell all manner of spices, coffees, flours, nuts, dried fruits, teas, cheeses, meets, sweets. The shelves contain a mix of local and international ingredients, with an emphasis on the family's Greek heritage. A visit to Northbridge isn't complete without picking something up here. Stop Five: Mechanics Institute Cocktails (Beach Bums) on the rooftop terrace overlooking the city. Famed for its mixology, hip bartenders and daily changing drinks menu, it is a key a player in the small bar scene. Order a burger from the downstairs Flipside and your night is complete. Stop Six: Bivouac Canteen & Bar In setting up Bivouac with his wife, Anthony Princi was at the start of a new movement of small restaurants on William Street. Much of the produce on the menu comes from their family farm. Top tip here is the gnocchi and the Gingin goat chops. Stop Seven: Urban Orchard An orchard right in the middle of the city, in front of the West Australian Art Gallery and on top of a car park. Aside from picking some vegetables you can also grab a beer and watch the sun go down. Perfect before catching a show or performance in the cultural centre. Rich Keam is originally from Portsmouth, UK. He was one of 1000s of entrants to Tourism Australia's Best Jobs in the World campaign. He arrived in Perth in August 2013 to take up his prize job as Taste Master of Western Australia. Eating and drinking his way around the state... Hard job right? You can follow Rich's adventures on www.tastewesternaustralia.com on Twitter @richkeam or Instagram @tastemaster_wa By day Laura Moseley works at Thermomix Australia, where she is kept busy in the creative marketing team. By night she moonlights as Food Curator for various street fairs, including Perth's biggest ... The Beaufort Street Festival. Laura is well known as the go to girl for all things food. You can follow Laura on Twitter and Instagram @lauramoseley82
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