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First results are out in the 2021 Royal Tasmanian Fine Food Awards. Tasmanians have been baking up a storm in the competition, taking out 7 of the first tent categories decided. The category of Bakery and Preserves was judged on 19-20 May, attracting entries from all over Australia. Previously held as one big celebration of […]

First results are out in the 2021 Royal Tasmanian Fine Food Awards.

Tasmanians have been baking up a storm in the competition, taking out 7 of the first tent categories decided.

The category of Bakery and Preserves was judged on 19-20 May, attracting entries from all over Australia.

Previously held as one big celebration of food, the awards from this year are held in several categories across five months of the year. This allows for more seasonality of entries, closer attention to individual categories, and a more COVID-safe approach.

Entries for Dairy, Other Products and Plant-Based close on Friday May 28, with judging due to occur 11-12 June.


Want to enter the awards this year? Go to https://www.hobartshowground.com.au/royal-tasmanian-fine-food-awards


Champion and Reserve Champions: Bakery and Preserves Category. 2021 Royal Tasmanian Fine Food Awards

Baked Products Savoury

Champion – Big Bite Dutch Treats; Coconut Square / kokos taartje (Poatina, TAS)

Reserve Champion – Mette is Baking Gluten Free Nordic Crackers (Applecross WA)

Baked Products Sweet

Champion – Sandy’s Sour Dough; Pear, honey and almond frangipane tart (West Launceston TAS)

Reserve Champion – Big Bite Dutch Treats; Apricot round / Abricola (Poatina TAS)

Breads and Rolls

Champion – Sandy’s Sour Dough; White Batard (West Launceston TAS)

Reserve Champion – Woolworths Channel Court (Todd Lane); Traditional Hot Cross Bun 6pk (Kingston, TAS)

Preserve Savoury

Champion – Nicholson Fine Foods; Spiced Beetroot Finishing Vinegar (Yamba NSW)

Reserve Champion – Island Berries Tasmania; Bill’s Beetroot Marmalade (Derwent Park TAS)

Preserves Sweet

Champion – Black Garlic & Co; Aged Black Garlic & Cherry Paste (Sorrento WA)

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Reserve Champion – The Fruity Forager; The Fruity Forager (Glenora, TAS)

Images courtesy Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania.

Source: Tasmanian Times https://www.tasmaniantimes.com/2021/05/tasmania-cranking-the-oven-in-fine-food-awards/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tasmania-cranking-the-oven-in-fine-food-awards

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