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NEW: Delicious pork products from Wagga Free Range Pork

Bacon. Mmmm did somebody say bacon? (drool) This bacon is extra delicious and has no added nitrite so it’s better for you than regular bacon. It comes from Market newcomer Wagga Free Range Pork – Berkshire Pigs  who, as the name suggests, pride themselves on a range of free range pork products. Steve and Leah Anderson, with their three children, run pure bred Berkshire pigs on their farm in Wagga which they say has more flavour than that available from commercially bred ‘white’ pork. Their Berkshires grow slower and are kept lean so as to not get too fatty, consuming a diet high in fresh fruit and vegetables along with specially formulated pig pellet grain and fresh water. The family do all their own smoking and curing to create a range of traditional pork smallgoods including smoked chorizo, smoked kabana, no nitrite bacon and ham, ham hocks, sliced leg ham and a range of unique handcrafted fresh sausages. Get some pork on your fork at your next Market visit.

Boxgum Grazing Pork Loin with Roasted Beetroot, Seeded Mustard

Boxgum Grazing Pork loin with roasted beetroot, Truffle butter, seeded mustard.

Recipe by Pistachio Dining at Torrens

  • 1kg Boxgum Pork loin rolled
  • 2 Lge Beetroot
  • 1 Clove garlic
  • 1 Sprig thyme
  • Sherry Vinegar
  • Olive oil

Butter

  • 20g Canberra black truffle grated
  • 100g Unsalted butter, softened
  • 10g Parsley and chives, chopped finely
  • 1 Clove garlic
  • ½ Spanish onion, diced finely
  • 20g Seeded mustard

Method

Season pork and place onto a roasting tray and cook on high heat for 15 minutes and then turn the heat down to moderate and cook slowly until the juices run clear around 30 minutes depending on the size of the pork.

While the pork is cooking place the beetroot with the garlic, thyme, oil and vinegar into a foil parcel and roast in the oven for 30 minutes or until cooked. You can use a small knife to check if there cooked there should be no resistance. Cool slightly and peel and dice.

Place softened butter, truffle, herbs, garlic and onion into a bowl with a little seasoning and mix well. Once incorporated well roll into a log shape and wrap in gladwrap and place into the fridge to set.

When the pork is cooked rest for 10 minutes then carve place onto serving plates garnish with beetroot and the truffle butter. The butter should melt over the warm meat if this doesn’t place under a warm grill for 2 minutes to soften

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Meet some new meat makers– February 2013

Get some pork on your fork, and some beef as well, with the delicious offerings from Boxgum Grazing — a new member of the Capital Region Farmers Market stallholder family.

Boxgum Grazing is a family owned farming business based near Young.  They are passionate about producing high quality affordable food — including free range pork and grass fed beef — within a beautiful and productive rural landscape.  In addition to their products of the culinary kind, they also offer farm stay accommodation in a picture-perfect setting.  Be sure to visit Boxgum Grazing next time you’re at the Market.