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New Delights for the New Year

Posted on February 29th, 2012 by Jess Causley

Hi There Deli Friends, It’s been a while since my fingers have hit the keyboard for this purpose, now that I am logged back in I am starting to realise how much I have missed writing to your unknown eyes. We are hoping to be back blogging again with lots of news from our little [...]

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Turkish Flavours

Posted on January 28th, 2012 by Jess Causley

Our neighbour Sevtap, from Beachwood, has written the most excellent cookbook, called Turkish Flavours. We bought it as soon as it came out, last week and has already tried out of few recipes. Isabella and I made the Flatbread with Causley honey, fried in Bangalow butter. Tahlia and Emma helped as well. Turned out so [...]

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Blue Kitchen

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Posted on November 2nd, 2011 by Jess Causley

                  Blue Kitchen is the next producer booked in forĀ  Tasting Saturday. They are coming the 19th of November. What we do is put the producer outside our shop in Yamba Street and people walking past can have a taste of the products as well as a [...]

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Passion-ate Nights, by Shinae.

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Posted on September 21st, 2011 by Jess Causley

Friday and time to spare, what to do? Eat? Well, if you are me, yes…. Beachwood is closed, down the hill to the deli to see Jess. What haven’t I tried yet? What keeps bugging me when someone asks, ‘What is this like?’ And I have to reply with a dismal, unhelpful- ‘I’m not sure, [...]

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No Hurry For This Curry, by Shinae.

Posted on September 20th, 2011 by Jess Causley

Michael from The Curry Traders came into the shop a few weeks back now, he came with a fabulous little package- There is a rumour going around that the Curry Traders idea came after a dinner party when guests asked Michael how to make a Curry he had made for them, he created small packages [...]

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Two Four Six Four- And surrounding, by Shinae.

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Posted on September 17th, 2011 by Jess Causley

So it’s been a while now since we started to try and get local produce in the shop, since we joined the Northern Rivers Food Links and really started to promote the whole supporting not only local produce, but local product and small business alike. It’s all still a work in progress, finding suppliers we [...]

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Licorice Lovers, by Shinae.

Posted on September 15th, 2011 by Jess Causley

It’s about time I gave a little shout out to Uncle John. Uncle John makes fresh Molasses Licorice, we stock here in the shop and have done for a few months now- This product has gainedĀ a serious following in sleepy little Yamba, every afternoon there is a stream of locals coming in to get their [...]

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Smoked Trout & Spring-time Salad, by Shinae.

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Posted on September 9th, 2011 by Jess Causley

What a Sunny Sunday we had here in out little slice of heaven, I did not feel like Bangas and Mash, I did not feel like Curry- I felt like a fresh burst of flavour, I felt bright, I felt happy- Doesn’t it show a little, a plate filled with Spring? I walked merrily down [...]

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Passage To Thailand- Green Thai Curry, by Shinae.

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Posted on September 6th, 2011 by Jess Causley

Tonight I wanted an easy dinner, something healthy, something tasty and something with a bit of a kick- Looking around the shop all day at the many things to buy I kept going back to the same thing- easy, healthy, tasty and with the right amount of chili- has a bit of a kick. The [...]

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A Deli Regular and her Salumi Solutions, By Shinae.

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Posted on September 3rd, 2011 by Jess Causley

Every shop has it’s regulars and here at the deli we are no different- There are a number of faces we have become used to seeing on a weekly basis, unless they are the licorice locals in which case we see them almost daily. Today I am going to write a little about one of [...]

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