Fresh, seasonal produce not only tastes better, but offers more nutrition, costs less and is more environmentally sustainable. 

Nature knows best and when you eat in season you are; eating foods that have higher nutritional value, reducing how far your produce needs to travel therefore reducing the number of food miles on the environment, supporting local farmers and growers which is something to feel good about.

What's in Season

Broccolini

Beetroot

Parsnip

Lime

Rhubarb

Eggplant

Fennel

Mushroom

Pumpkin

Leek

Passionfruit

Feijoa

Cooking in Season

Steak & Broccolini Salad

Serves 2

Spruce up your standard salad with this delicious broccolini and steak salad with peanut sauce.

Eggplant & Halloumi Burgers

Serves 6

Wonderful layers of flavour and texture make this burger divine. Easy to make, devoured in seconds.

Mushroom Burnt Butter Pasta

Serves 4

Speedy mushroom burnt butter pasta for busy weeknights.

Beetroot, Lentil & Feta Salad

Serves 4

Delicious earthy flavours with creamy feta make this beetroot, lentil and feta salad irresistible.

Parsnip & Garlic Soup

Serves 4

Deliciously rich in flavour, our parsnip and garlic soup is the perfect dish for cooler Autumn nights.

Mushroom, Leek & Ricotta Frittata

Serves 2

Packed full of flavour this frittata is quick to make and simply delicious!

Lime & Sriracha Chicken Skewers

Serves 4

Tasty chicken skewers that pack a punch!


Baked Fish with Fennel & Lemon

Serves 4

A great mid-week meal made in under 30 minutes. Great fresh flavours, add a side of rice to make it a more substantial meal.