Emma’s Christmas Recipes

Friday, December 23, 2016

Fresh oysters with easy sauce Oysters are classified as a sustainable choice when selecting seafood, although they are usually my first and preferred choice! I just LOVE them! 2 Dozen or more of fresh oysters! Zesty Citrus 1 long …

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Lynton’s Christmas Recipes

Heirloom Tomato Carpaccio Ingredients 500g mixed heirloom tomatoes 1 meyer lemon, frozen 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil 1 tsp salt Freeze the meyer lemon a day ahead of making the dish. Thinly slice the tomatoes crossways into 3mm thick rounds, …

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Open 3 Days Before Christmas!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

In the three days before Christmas, head to Queen Victoria Market for your last-minute groceries and Christmas gifts. To make your visit stress free we’re open longer.

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Giuseppe Celebrates 70 Years at Queen Vic Market

Monday, November 21, 2016

Giuseppe (Joseph) Pontelandolfo celebrates 70 years of trade at Queen Vic Market. Arrived in Australia from Italy at the age of 14. Times were changing in Australia where there was a desperate shortage of labour and population …

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Get your fruit on!

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Written, cooked and eaten by Andrew Richardson (and friends) Meat lovers look away now! In this edition of the BBQ Workshop blog we explore the vast world of grilled and roasted fruit. If there’s one thing that …

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Peter Russell-Clarke Knows Brussels Sprouts!

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

When I started on television, I was called ‘Peter Brussels Sprout’. Maybe my head looked like a tightly leafed cabbage. Anyway, the name stuck so it was natural I looked into the history of the …

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It’s A Fish Frenzy

Friday, September 2, 2016

Spring is upon us and in the world of barbecue, it’s time for seafood, salads, fresh fruit and veg. Apart from all the other great stalls and chatty traders, the Queen Victoria Market is renowned …

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Peter Russell-Clarke Knows Leeks!

We have many and varied attitudes to Budget leaks, WikiLeaks, roof leaks and other forms of porous things which let escape items which may or may not be beneficial to the human race. Well, folks, edible …

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Queen Victoria Market Faces by Fiona Storey

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere. It is both a simple yet complex space - one that proudly wears its fascinating 130+ year history on its sleeve, whilst …

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From the Belly to the Ribs

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

In the last few years in Melbourne, most of another or us at one time have queued up for some of that deliciously moist, slow-cooked, smoked beef brisket, pulled pork and/or pork/beef ribs. Slathered in …

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