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  • Woolworths - Flourless orange cake with orange syrup
    You are here Home Fresh Food Inspiration Delicious Recipes Browse Recipes Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Browse Recipes My Woolies Fresh Family Meals Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Send to a friend Print Recipes Flourless orange cake with orange syrup Preparation time 45 mins Cooking time 1 hr Serves 8 Created by Ingredients 2 Valencia oranges 3 eggs 1 cup caster sugar 300g almond meal 1 tsp baking powder Orange Syrup 1 Valencia orange extra 3 4 cup caster sugar extra Method Preheat oven to 170 degrees celcius Grease a 22cm cake pan Place whole oranges into a saucepan and cover with cold water Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 mins until tender Drain Repeat Refresh under cold water and drain Coarsely chop warm oranges and remove and discard and pips Place into food processor and process until smooth Using electric beaters whisk eggs and sugar until thick and creamy Add processed orange mixture almond meal and baking powder and gently fold until combined Pour into pan and bake for 1 hr Cool For syrup remove peel from orange and cut peel into thin strips Place into a saucepan cover with water and boil for 5 mins Drain returning water to pan and set aside peel Squeeze juice from the peeled orange and add to pan with sugar Stir over low heat until sugar dissolves and syrup thickens Spoon over cake Sprinkle with orange strips and serve Tip Nutritional Information Per Serve N A Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or

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  • Woolworths - Lemon meringue tarts
    are here Home Fresh Food Inspiration Delicious Recipes Browse Recipes Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Browse Recipes My Woolies Fresh Family Meals Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Send to a friend Print Recipes Lemon meringue tarts Preparation time 15 minutes Cooking time 18 minutes Serves 6 Created by Ingredients 1 2 cup caster sugar 2 tbs cornflour finely grated rind and juice 1 lemon 1 3 cup water 2 eggs separated 40g butter 6 Woolworths Select Shortcrust Pastry Tartlet Cases 1 2 cup caster sugar extra Method 1 Combine sugar and cornflour in a small saucepan Gradually add lemon juice and water stirring until smooth Place over a medium heat and cook for 3 minutes or until mixture comes to the boil and thickens Reduce heat to low and stir for 30 seconds or until mixture is very thick Remove from heat add lemon rind egg yolks and butter and stir until butter has melted Cool 2 Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius Place tartlet cases onto a baking tray and fill with lemon mixture Using an electric hand beater beat egg whites and a pinch of salt until soft peaks form Add extra sugar 1 tbs at a time beating well after each addition until thick and glossy 3 Spoon meringue into a piping bag fitted with a open star nozzle Pipe onto tartlets Bake for 8 10 minutes or until meringue is lightly browned Stand for 5 minutes before serving Tip Nutritional Information Per Serve Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh

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  • Woolworths - Glenorie Hydroponics
    Inspiration Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Send to a friend Print Glenorie Hydroponics Joe D Anastasi has been growing fancy lettuce varieties on his farm Glenorie Hydroponics for 23 years so he knows a thing or two about lettuce These fancy lettuces are grown hydroponically under glasshouses at his farm in Glenorie NSW meaning the crops are consistently great quality all year round These lettuces have a nice mild flavour Joe s fresh tips When shopping for lettuce look for crisp leaves with a vibrant colour These fancy lettuce varieties break up to form lovely baby salad leaves simple wash and serve Store lettuce in the crisper section of your fridge Wrap loosely in plastic to prevent evaporation of moisture and help keep your leaves crisp View our roast Sweet Potato and Macadamia Nut salad Search for more grower stories Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh

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  • Woolworths - Harvest Moon Farms
    tons of quality fresh vegetables every year including broccoli beans onions potatoes lettuce leeks and swedes by far the most significant of these by volume is carrots Harvest Moon has been growing carrots in the fertile red volcanic soils on Tasmania s north west coast since 1991 When you consider the temperate climate long growing season and beautifully clean water it s no surprise they re sweet juicy and keep well Tasmanian carrots take between 115 and 150 days to grow from seed to maturity depending on the time of planting For example carrots planted in July are ready in 150 days while carrots planted in September and October are ready in 115 days I love working out how to overcome challenges mother nature throws at us to produce quality vegetables that exceed consumers expectations for taste quality and shelf life Mark Kable In addition to being a good source of fibre and rich in beta carotene carrots are an excellent source of Vitamin A B3 C and E They are at their most nourishing when eaten raw in salads juices and sandwiches and are delicious steamed boiled or roasted As carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body deep orange carrots contain more beneficial health properties Mark Kable When selecting carrots Mark maintains you should choose ones that are smooth and firm with a bright appearance To maintain freshness at home carrots should be kept refrigerated and are best left inside a plastic bag Provided they are kept cold they can be stored for several weeks However never store carrots with apples bananas pears or other ripe fruit As these fruits ripen they let off a gas called ethylene which can causes carrots to develop a bitter aftertaste Mark is the first to admit he s made his

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  • Woolworths - Houstons
    her family s farm she realised that Houston s Farm was a successful business She used to stroll around the farm at Cambridge clad in gumboots and flannel feeling right at home and not shy of getting into a bit of bother either I remember in my mid teens a friend of mine came out to our farm with her little red Mini Whilst our fathers were catching up on the good old times we took the Mini for a drive around our farm We had a fantastic time driving over the irrigation pipes and doing laps in a grass paddock The grass was grown for hay and was taller than the Mini and so we couldn t see a thing driving around and around in circles After crashing into a creek we decided to make our way back home only to discover Dad fuming that we had flattened all of the grass and could no longer cut it for hay I still haven t told Dad today that we were also the cause of a few split irrigation pipes Rosie Houston But it s not all fun and broken pipes Houston s Farm sponsors a few farms in Africa through World Vision and Rosie loves the charitable side of the business Indeed if she weren t a farmer she would work for Aid projects in Africa On a family holiday she visited two of the sponsored farms in Kenya and Tanzania This was an eye opener for Rosie who saw the real difference her family was making to these farmers Thanks to aid organisations farmers are able to become more independent and the hands on approach to helping people appeals to Rosie Being hands on explains why Rosie is such a perfect fit for salad farming There are tough years and sometimes long hours but giving up is not something Rosie is fond of She studied Agriculture at the University of Tasmania which is when she became really interested in vegetables and her family business but learnt the majority of her skills on the farm working with the Senior Agronomist Ricky Munnings The best piece of advice she has ever been given was to always communicate ask questions make suggestions listen to others and find ways to make her job more efficient This advice enabled Rosie to strive to do the best she could in her work Her advice for parents struggling to get their kids to eat fruit and veg is to turn them into a snack A platter of raw fruits and vegetables cut up into little pieces like carrot sticks makes healthy food seem fun and also gives kids a choice of what to snack on They love it So why salad In the late 80s Rosie s father had an old friend Denis who used to grow lettuce for Woolworths He was always on at them about switching to lettuce Rosie s dad s only excuse was a limited access to water But when the

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  • Woolworths - Howe Farming
    Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Send to a friend Print Howe Farming The tropical climate of far north Queensland isn t just good for holiday goers it s also perfect for growing fruit including one of Australia s favourites bananas This is the location Dennis Howe s family chose when they started farming 60 years ago and it is where Howe Farming continues to grow today In addition to producing a range of other fresh produce Dennis and his team harvest bananas 52 weeks of the year Their two main varieties are the ever popular Cavendish and the sweet flavoured Lady Finger Despite having its ups and downs Dennis admits that growing bananas has been rewarding and credits Woolworths for helping them continually expand production We started growing bananas 16 years ago and Woolworths has been an important part of that business Without them we wouldn t be growing as many as we are today Dennis Fresh Tip To help ripen green bananas put them in a brown paper bag with a kiwi fruit overnight Search for more grower stories Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on

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  • Woolworths - Hydro Produce
    Our Growers Growers Stories Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Send to a friend Print Hydro Produce Out on Peats Ridge the farmers wives know when their husbands have been out on the farm checking on the herb crop They pick off leaves and scrunch them up to smell the aroma John and Charlie Cordina tell us that that when they re out among the herb crops the aroma stays with us long after we leave the farm Their Hydro Produce Farm has been supplying Rosemary Thyme Oregano Marjoram Parsley Sage Tarragon Chives to Woolworths supermarkets for 5 years They arrive in store super fresh and full of that aroma and flavour The herbs can be cut and in your local Woolworths within 48 hours Fresh Tip Look for firm crisp or stiff stems and leaves View a delicious recipe using fresh herbs Search for more grower stories Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides

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  • Woolworths - J Mark
    Latest News Our Story Our People Our Stores Environmental Commitment Our Community Product Recalls Contact Us You are here Home Fresh Food Inspiration Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Growers Stories Send to a friend Print J Mark For over 17 years Geoff Goddard and the team at J Mark have been making life a whole lot easier for salad lovers by being one of the suppliers who grow and pack Woolworths Fresh Cuts range of fresh pre packed greens Their farms produce eight different varieties of baby lettuce that make up a variety of mixes Great planning goes into ensuring only the freshest produce reaches the shelves as Geoff notes We harvest the produce in the morning it s delivered to the factory and is on it s way to Woolies the next day Geoff says that Woolworths play a big role in ensuring the quality of their product so that what they grow on the field reaches consumers in the best condition Ongoing improvements in Woolworths quality assurance program ensures the customer gets the best possible product Geoff s Fresh Tip I enjoy spinach because it s so versatile You can use it in stir fries risottos or just put it in your salads to enhance the flavours View delicious fresh spinach recipe here Search for more grower stories Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Fresh Living Health Wellbeing Baby Toddler Club Fresh Food

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