Truffled Camembert

Fiona Kotvojs 

1 round of Camembert cheese
About 5 shaved/grated truffles


Unwrap the Camembert. Keep the wrapping paper. Slice the cheese in half on the horizontal. Put a layer of thin truffle slices or grated truffle on each piece of cheese. Leave some of the surface of the cheese exposed so the two halves will stick together again. Put the two halves together again. Wrap up again in the paper or use some greaseproof paper and … Read more »

Moodji Garden Vegetable Fritters

Bermagui Preschool

‘We grow vegetables and plants in the Moodji Garden. We harvest what we grow and make yummy food to eat.’ Micah

Here’s what you will need:
2 potatoes, grated
1 carrot, grated
2 zucchini, grated
Kernels from 2 fresh corn cobs
1 onion, chopped
½ cup SR flour
½ teaspoon salt
¼ cup chopped parsley
3 eggs separated
2 tablespoons olive oil

Here’s what to do:

Peel potatoes and carrot, … Read more »

Zucchini and pea fritters

Jody Vassallo

1 cup lightly mashed peas
1 cup grated zucchini,
3 egg whites, beaten
1/4 cup rice flour or gluten-free flour
50g Tilba Real Dairy Persian feta
1 Tbs shredded mint

Place the peas, zucchini, and mint into a bowl. Whisk together the egg whites and rice flour until smooth. Pour into the pea mixture and stir to combine. Fold in the feta.

Heat oil in a frying pan and … Read more »

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

Linda Sang

During the Cobargo Folk Festival I billeted 4 performers. They were all lovely people and it was a pleasure to host them. I asked them if there were any food preferences and intolerances or allergies. Luckily no allergies but there were a number of preferences. High on the list was gluten-free. I cook occasionally for groups of people and I find gluten-free dishes are the safest bet with … Read more »

Picnic time!

Linda Sang

The Triangle area has a strong heritage of picnics, as can be seen in these gorgeous old photos from the 1800s from the Bermagui Historical Society’s collection. Pack your picnic and head for your favourite spot to enjoy the perfect weather of September—not too hot, not too cold … and the flies are still asleep! The Triangle would love to see some photos of your family picnics.

Jody Vassallo, who … Read more »


Linda Sang

520 g (2 cups) Greek-style yoghurt
1 bay leaf
250ml olive oil
6 black peppercorns
Fresh thyme sprigs
1 teaspoon fennel seeds
1 teaspoon cumin seeds

Suspend a fine sieve over a bowl. Line the sieve with a double layer of muslin or chux, spoon in the yoghurt and twist to enclose, tying the top with kitchen string or an elastic band. Refrigerate overnight.
Roll the strained yoghurt into walnut size balls and place into a jar of olive oil with a bay leaf, black peppercorns, thyme leaves and roasted fennel … Read more »