The artisan 1910 product, the way food should taste! Before we batch any of the 1910 product we test and taste the whole batch for jarring, and it was the beer onions turn today. A small sample of the onions are decanted out of the French Oak barrels for tasting and testing before jarring. I'd … Continue reading 1910 beer onion tasting today…
Above - Organic white sugar loaf cabbage Sauerkraut. This food is not only delicious but so good for you (it's a pro-biotic live food) and easy to make at home! Don't buy the jarred rubbish, it's dead and just pickled cabbage in commercial vinegar! Find out how to make different Sauerkrauts, sweet and savoury, and Kim Chi, … Continue reading 1910 Preserving & Fermentation Courses
A selection of 1910 product will also be on the menu at Mcvitty's Grove! Such a great spot to work, play and look at the view over lunch - Mcvitty Grove Southern Highlands. The revamped retail area and restaurant at Mcvitty Grove - Southern Highlands. The 1910 product range of pickles, fermented foods, jams, chutneys and … Continue reading 1910 racks the shelves at Mcvitty’s in the Southern Highlands.
The 1910 Bottling Company has moved for the last time to Mcvitty Grove http://www.mcvittygrove.com/ this final move will give us far more room to expand and also offer limited short runs of seasonal jams, chutneys, sauces and a variety of delicious pickles using local produce. these will all be available at the Mcvitty Grove and Eling Forest … Continue reading The 1910 bottling Company moves to Mcvitty Grove to expand its business!
Hi everyone, A great NEW cook book all about food and beverages in the amazing Southern Highlands of NSW is to be launched on the 21st August at Bistro Officina, The Berida Hotel in Bowral. Please join us for the launch of our new publication The Southern Highlands Cookbook Sunday the 21st of August 3:00pm at Bistro Officina, The Berida Hotel 6 David … Continue reading 1910 and the NEW Southern Highlands Cookbook
Tap power and Water Motors A late nineteenth-century water motor with one side of the casing removed. Few people in the western world realise that they have an extra power source available in their household, workshop or factory: tap water. Just before the arrival of electricity at the end of the nineteenth century, water motors were widely … Continue reading Before electricity we had water-powered sowing machines and a water driven egg-beater?
Tucker down-under has launched as a Podcast on Stitcher, Just press on the Stitcher link on this home page and it takes you straight there - easy peasy!! https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/1910lifestyles-podcast/id1098441469 http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/1910-lifestyle/tucker-down-under?refid=stpr Tucker - Australian for Food! iTunes will also be online within the week, there are three episodes to enjoy already, episodes 1 and 2 are … Continue reading Tucker Down Under launches it’s first 3 Podcasts…Tucker, Australian for Food!