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Australian cooks are some of the most adventurous in the world. Herbie’s spice kits have the freshness and charm to spice up your cooking and make sure your dishes are full of flavour and interest.
Herbie spent his childhood surrounded by herbs and spices, when his parents, John and Rosemary Hemphill, were pioneering the herb and spice scene in the 1950s.
Fifty years of working in the industry, including face-to-face lectures to groups from the general public, industrial brokering, manufacturing and marketing, has made Herbie a well-respected and popular figure amongst his peers, in Australia and overseas.
He now enjoys sharing his extensive experience and knowledge with his customers at Herbie’s Spices.
Home Made Pizza Like so many Australians, we have had plenty of lock-down time during winter. Our fabulous local pizzeria closed for a time, and we had to make our own pizza – not so difficult, really. Here’s a simple dough recipe: mix 400g white bread flour with 1½ teaspoons of dry yeast and 1 teaspoon Italian Herbs. Dissolve ½ teaspoon of salt in
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Following through on our gradual revision of the Spice Kits, we’ve had a look at the Al Fresco kit. At our place, outdoor meals often include big sharing platters, which enable those who are hungry to really dig in, and those with bird-like appetites to pick gently at morsels, without any embarrassment about how much is put on, or left on, the plate. So we’ve
Braised Black Pepper Beef, with Chef Manoj at Spice Village, Kumily, Kerala, India Serves 4-6 1kg beef tenderloin, trimmed Masala Marinade 1 tablespoon extra virgin coconut oil ½ cup grated fresh coconut 2 shallots, peeled and sliced 2 teaspoons coriander seeds 5 small dried red chillies, seeds removed and chopped 3 sprigs curry leaves 1 tablespoon crushed black pepper Braising Curry Sauce 1 tablespoon extra virgin coconut