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baby cos lettuce and ruby chard
are this weeks greens for veg boxes
baby cos lettuce and ruby chard
are this weeks greens for veg boxes
Masterchef at Home!

Masterchef at Home!

A couple of customers from Bendigo dreamed up this fun night, by recreating Masterchef at home.

They’ve shared the guidelines below. Sounds like a fun night. Here’s a description of the night in Harry’s words.

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We started at about 7:30pm and wrapped it all up at about 11:30!
We had four delicious dishes in the end (M & F were very clever and threw two dishes together!) and we had loads of fun.
We even ended with a clean kitchen!
Each couple supplied 6 items in their mystery box and we could use all or some of the items along with any pantry items necessary to complete the dish. We did not set a time limit but just tried to work as quickly as we could and clean up to allow the next couple to begin.   Mystery Box No.1 (supplied by Laura & Harry) Prawns Tomatoes Coriander Fetta Limes Wonton Wrappers

 

Meg and Fraser created prawn dumplings in a broth & fresh pasta with tomato & fetta.

Mystery Box No.2 (supplied by Brenda & Alastair) Pork Fillet Vermicelli Noodles Rice Paper sheets Coriander Mushrooms – enoki & Swiss brown Snow peas

Laura & Harry created a savoury pancake with seared pork fillet, mushrooms in butter with a vermicellin noodle salad.

Mystery Box No.3 (supplied by Meg & Fraser) Cream Dark chocolate Vanilla beans Butter Pears Eggs

Brenda & Alastair created a rich chocolate mousse, with sautéed pears and vanilla bean cream.

 

We thoroughly recommend this way to have a dinner party!

Hope we have inspired you to have a go too!

 

Love Harry & Laura xo

 

 

 

 

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Guidelines for Mystery Box Dinner Party

Two entrees and a dessert

· Please bring no more than six food items to make up your mystery box. (these items need to feed six people as part of a three course meal).

· All the items in the mystery box do NOT need to be used in order to prepare a dish.

· We will provide pantry items. (flour, butter, oil etc)

· You will have a time limit to prepare, cook and plate up your meal.

· You need to allow time to return the kitchen to a reasonable state ready for the next couple.

· You can bring your own cook books if you feel that will help or use ours.

· The box could contain the major ingredients that you know as a dish ( you could be very surprised what is presented to you.)

· If you have a favourite knife of fry pan feel free to bring it but you are more than welcome to use ours.

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