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Foodie tour through Tasmania – what a treat

12 April 2012 No Comment

Salamanca Market food - The Pickled Cumquat
We’re sure you have heard it all before.

Tasmania is a food lovers paradise.

There, we have said it again.

Fresh, wonderful, locally produced, tasty, delightful, scrumptious. The superlatives are never ending.

But, is it true?

Well, we are biased, as we love anything Tasmanian and especially the, well let’s say in an understated way, the yummy food.

But what do others think? What about someone who loves great food, loves taking food photographs and loves writing about her foodie adventures?

Let us introduce The Pickled Cumquat.  Melinda is her “real” name and her site is all about food.  Food she has tasted, places she has visited,  food lovers she has met and  food she has created. See what we mean, she loves food!

Recently she and Mr Pickled Cumquat visited Tasmania and basically ate their way around the Island. She then wrote it up with lots and lots of great pictures.  It is a terrific article -  Tasmania – Through my hungry eyes.

Please check it out, the Pickled Cumquat team visited many places on their Tasmanian holiday including:

  • Ashgove Cheese
  • Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm and café
  • The Cherry Shed
  • Turners Beach Berry Patch
  • Boags Brewery
  • Fish ‘n Chips – Seaport, Launceston
  • The Pantry – Launceston
  • Tasmania Flour Mills
  • Velo Wines, Legana
  • Van Diemens Land Creamery,  Deloraine
  • Salamanca Market
  • Da Angelo – Battery Point
  • Jackman & McRoss – Battery Point,
  • Mures Upper Deck -  Hobart
  • Bruny Island Premium Wines
  • Bruny Island Berry Farm
  • Bruny Island Cheese Co
  • Salvete -  Battery Point

See what we mean, these guys love food!

The link to the article again?

Tasmania – Through my hungry eyes.

Enjoy.

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