new south wales

Interview: Cornersmith Picklery

June

The Slowpoke: CORNERSMITH PICKLERY Situated on a bustling street corner of Illawarra Rd, just a stone throw away from the noted Marrickville café of the same name, Cornersmith’s Picklery is a hive of activity. A hub for the local community they regularly operate on a trade basis, taking in home-grown produce from locals in exchange for their store-made jams, pickles and preserves.
Interview: Cornersmith Picklery
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Interview: River Cottage Australia

May

The Slowpoke: RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA It’s a bit of a dream for many to be offered a unique and welcoming space to grow your own food and adopt a more self sustaining lifestyle. For Paul West that opportunity came along with an exciting TV contract.
Interview: River Cottage Australia
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INTERVIEW: TWO CHAPS

May

The Slowpoke: INTERVIEW TWO CHAPS Tucked into an industrial street of Marrickville in Sydney, next to a small school filled with vegie gardens, inside an old welding warehouse resides Two Chaps – a café buzzing with local community and local produce.
INTERVIEW: TWO CHAPS
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INTERVIEW: THE LOCAL’S MARKET

March

The Slowpoke: THE LOCAL'S MARKET With a huge grin on her face and her young daughter Luna roaming around her feet, until recent weeks you’d find Talia Smith – owner and founder of The Local’s Market – excitedly chatting to locals who drop by on the quiet rooftop of the Paramount building in Sydney’s Surry Hills. Now you’ll find her doing very much the same downstairs in the building, nestled among the back of the friendly hustle and bustle of Paramount Coffee Project. 
INTERVIEW: THE LOCAL’S MARKET
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INTERVIEW: WARRAH FARM

February

The Slowpoke: WARRAH FARM Less than an hour north west of Sydney city, in Dural, rests the thriving, abundant and life-force that is Warrah. The farm – which runs alongside the disability community of the same name – is several acres of well-managed and healthy organic and biodynamic market garden growing a mixed range of vegetables, fruit, salad greens and herbs, along with biodynamic eggs.
INTERVIEW: WARRAH FARM
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