Flowerdale Farm was featured as a stockist of the specialty product samphire in a recent issue of the Epicure published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald.  View the full article here:

Food Digital and Business Review Australia

food digital smlFlowerdale Farm was featured in the February issues of Food Digital and Business Review Australia. The 6 page article included an interview with General Manager James Rattray on the innovative approach the company has towards product development, packaging and working directly with chefs to create high-quality culinary produce.  Click here to view the article.

Samphire – As seen on Master Chef

SamphireSamphire is an edible succulent that grows in coastal areas of Australia. With slim, noded stems it has a slight resemblance to asparagus, but delivers a salty, spicy taste with crunch. Samphire is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed in a wide variety of ways. Try blanching or lightly boiling then toss with butter or oil and vinegar as an exciting side dish. Samphire adds unique flavour to seafood dishes. It can be sautéed, stir-fried, steamed, pickled or used as a unique garnish for a wide range of meals.

Samphire was recently featured in the current season on Master Chef The Professionals. For more meal inspiration view this delicious recipe by Master Chef’s Marco Pierre White:

Flowerdale Farm Samphire is available in 70g punnets or 1kg box.

Seasonal Calendar

flowerdale farm menu plannerFlowerdale Farm has just released our new Menu Planner! The perfect quick reference guide, this large wall calendar details the availability of our produce at a glance. Ideal for use in the kitchen or office, this full colour guide instantly shows you what is in season, allowing you optimise your menu planning to use the freshest ingredients. To receive your A2 poster, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your postal details.

Yea Races Luncheon

Yea Races LuncheonFlowerdale Farm is a principal sponsor of the Eat Drink Charity initiative and hosts of the annual Yea Races luncheon. A fantastic day out for all the family, enjoy the fun of country racing in a trackside marque whilst indulging in the finest regional and gourmet produce prepared by some of Melbourne’s more celebrated chefs. Held on Sunday 24th February, the event is at St Pat’s Yea Race Club, Racecourse Road, Yea VIC 3717. Bus transfers are available from Southern Cross Station.

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