Sunday, October 29, 2006

Scoffing in the Land Down Under the Land Down Under

While Sydney foodophiles ~ boggers and non-bloggers alike ~ took time to indulge in Good Food Month during October, we were off for 10 days in Tasmania. The object ~ to find a piece of affordable paradise, and eat everything we could.

Now while I'm sure that the abundance of stone fruit, berries, crayfish and oysters is true, we were slightly out of season for all of it.

Before we get into some food details, a couple of things you probably didn't know about the Apple Isle.

1. While most of the rest of the country has green or black, or sometimes blue rubbish bins, Tassie has Pink. Matching rubbish and recycling bins. Very elegant. The twinset of refuse collection.

2. Although it's absolutely magnificent, and located on a beautiful harbour, it is impossible to buy a piece of fresh fish in Strahan.

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