Easier than imagined-Pillar Valley Organic Eggs Everyday, by Shinae.


Posted on September 1st, 2011 by Jess Causley

I could say I’m a breakfast gal, I love and tend to eat a cooked breakfast every day of the week- It’s the most important meal of the day right? By saying I’m a breakfast gal I feel like I am taking away from every other meal of the day though- To be honest I [...]

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That Nicholson POP! by Shinae.

Posted on August 31st, 2011 by Jess Causley

I know Jess has already written for you a wonderful post about Nicholson Fine Foods and how fabulous they are but I can’t not share my words about them because I just love them so! I love them because they make any meal POP, burst and bounce with flavour. The whole range is so great [...]

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Old Favourites with New Products, by Shinae.


Posted on August 29th, 2011 by Jess Causley

The weather here in Yamba on Saturday was dismal, there was a constant flow of rain streaming from the sky all day and it continued into the night- it was weather that made you crave one of those old favourites, a hearty traditional meal was just what I felt like so I found myself wandering [...]

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Gulmarrad Goodie Basket! By Shinae.


Posted on August 23rd, 2011 by Jess Causley

This morning we received our first bunch of goodies from our new gardener friend at Gulmarrad. He dropped us some lovely looking Mustard Leaf, Spinach, Rocket, Flat Leaf Parsley, Curly Parsley and Bok Choy. The shop looks wonderful with the great array of greeness filling the store. Come down and grab some of the goodies [...]

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Local in the Deli, By Shinae.


Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by Jess Causley

As most of you would have noticed we are making a big effort in the Deli to stock local produce, in the last couple of months we have been getting a lot of produce from Don & Lyn’s farm at Chatsworth and finding people in the area growing citrus and other goodies they want to [...]

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When desperation calls for a chocolate lover, by Shinae.

Posted on August 18th, 2011 by Jess Causley

    The fridge was empty last night, we scraped together a dinner from the bottom on the fridge left overs and made something half edible, sadly almost straight after this small but surprisingly tasty feast we became hungry once more. We scoured the shelves of the fridge and cupboard searching for something naughty. What [...]

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Causley Fresh Gate to Plate

Posted on August 15th, 2011 by Jess Causley

Once again Causley Fresh is the major sponsor of Gate to Plate. Here at Causley Fresh we believe that Gate to Plate is one of the best celebrations of food and community in Australia. Gate to Plate is now in its fifth year and is bigger and better than ever before. In essence Gate to [...]

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Lunchbox treats – Almond Biscuits with Lime and Rosewater Icing

Tahlia and Emma's lunchboxes

Posted on August 8th, 2011 by Jess Causley

          I find lunchboxes for the kids very challenging.  I admit I sometimes go to school at lunchtime to spy at what other kids are eating. Being Swedish I didn’t grow up with lunchboxes, we got free home-style meals for lunch in school. After 2,5 years and 14 lunchboxes a week [...]

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Nicholson Fine Foods

Vinegar Beetroot

Posted on August 3rd, 2011 by Jess Causley

A few years ago we didn’t have shops, we only did a bit of wholesaling of fruit and veg. That’s when we  became friends with Peter Nicholson. He needed rosellas and he needed tons of it, so I started growing them myself. Hard work, but fun! When we bought the shops it soon became clear [...]

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Moroccan Jam

moroccan jam

Posted on July 24th, 2011 by Jess Causley

        Spice Girlz’s Moroccan jam is one of our favourite products. It was one of the first really good selling products we ever had and it is still going strong. The flavour is just amazing. Whenever we have it on the taste table we sell heaps. The Moroccan Jam is a mild [...]

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