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WIN one of 15 online store gift vouchers (ended)

This competition has now ended. Thank you to everyone that entered. Congratulations to the winners:  C. Au, Sydney N. Mohebbi, Sunshine Coast G. Cheung, Melbourne K. Allen, East Malvern M. Blackmon, Brisbane D. Cooper, Melbourne J. Evans, Brisbane G. Holland, Melbourne K. Power, Brisbane O. Soomro, Werribee C. Golz, Epping E. Royall, Melbourne B. Lowe-Ruska, Melbourne D. Deluca, Melbourne N. Jovanovski, Melbourne   Pure Foods Tasmania Online Store Giveaway

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Subscribe to get Tasmania delivered to your door every month!

We now offer the opportunity to subscribe to one of our many hampers and packs.   What could be better than having a delivery of delicious Tasmanian smoked salmon, plant-based cheese and pate arrive to your door automatically?    We are offering the option to subscribe fortnightly, monthly or bi-monthly on all our hampers and packs.  Plus, if you subscribe, you can SAVE!   You can also subscribe to receive our changing limited offer pack every month. This means you will never miss out on trying our wide array of products ever month!   By subscribing, your selected payment method will be automatically charged on the recurring date and we will send out your delivery on the next available day. ...

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How to shuck a Tasmanian Pacific Oyster

Buying oysters un-shucked can help to ensure you have the freshest oysters available. Plus once you know how, shucking is a great little activity to add to the experience.      Follow our steps here, or watch the video below! What you need – A shucking knife and a tea towel. 1. Fold the tea towel four times to create a long thin strip, then fold it over. Place the oyster flat side facing up on the tea towel and fold the end of the tea towel over your thumb to protect it. 2. Hold firmly and insert the blade of the knife a small way into the hinge where the top and bottom shells meet. 3. Use a rocking...

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Tassie Twist Oysters Rockerfeller

The uniquely Tasmanian addition of a pinch of locally grown tea in the crumb on these delicious oysters lends a subtle earthiness which plays perfectly against the fresh oysters and the richness of the finished dish. Serves 2   INGREDIENTS 12 oysters in shells 2 teaspoons of finely chopped red onion 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh parsley 1 tablespoon melted butter Salt, black pepper, and paprika to taste ½ cup baby spinach leaves 3 tablespoons panko crumbs 1 teaspoon of Launceston Breakfast tea ¼ cup cold butter, cut into small cubes   METHOD: Preheat your oven to 220° C Remove the oysters from their shells and pat dry.  Lay a layer of rock salt onto a shallow baking tray, wash the...

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How do you have your oyster?

There is nothing more luxurious than a serving of oysters. We are bringing this luxury, straight from the waters of Tasmania, direct to your door. Order here. Enjoy the plump and juicy flesh natural or cooked, with lemon or topped with one of our four serving suggestions below: 1. Lemon + Tabasco Simple with a squeeze of lemon + a few drops of tabasco   2. Cucumber and Mint 1 Lebanese cucumber finely diced, handful on mint leaves finely sliced roughly and juice of half a lime.  Mix together and spoon over the freshly shucked oysters 3. Ginger and Chilli 1 tbsp fresh ginger, finely grated 120ml rice wine vinegar 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely diced a sprig or...

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