Slatherin Sauce

$11.00

Slatherin’ sauce is intended to be slathered over barbecues, roast meat & veg, chips or breakfast fry up! But it is also good in stir-fries and in curries along side condiments such as mango chutney.

Description

Our Slatherin’ sauce is fair dinkum ocka mate!  Truly Australian!  It has a quince base and contains three different Australian native spices – pepperberry, wattleseed and kunzea.   The result is bonza mate! By which we mean she’s a total ripper!  It has a complex and truly unique bush flavour distinct from any other savoury sauce on the market.  We hand harvest Pepperberry and Kunzea on Tasmania’s east coast.  Wattle seed is wild harvested in semi-arid areas of South Australia.  We harvest quinces from Hobart’s backyards through our own urban harvest project.

Our Slatherin’ Sauce has been awarded a silver medal at the Royal Hobart Fine Food Awards!

So who is Martin Cash and why is he on the Slatherin’ Sauce label?

So glad you asked!  Martin Cash was a famous Tasmanian convict and bushranger of the nineteenth century. He was the first man to escape Port Arthur penal colony by swimming across the shark infested waters of Eaglehawk Neck. He lead an adventurous life of crime, evading capture for years until he was caught and trialed for murder. However, his Irish charm saved him from execution and instead served out a lengthy sentence on Norfolk island.

He lived out his days on a small farm just north of Hobart until his death in 1877.

We’ve dedicated Slatherin’ sauce to Cash because his farm, Cash Cottage, is now home and pepperberry orchard of our little business!

Slather generously at boozy barbecues, raucous roasts and big breakfast fry-ups!

Slatherin’ sauce is intended for barbecues, roasts and breakfast. But it is also good in stir-fries and in curries along side condiments such as mango chutney.

 

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Weight 0.538 kg

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