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Take home meals from Eastwood’s Deli,
get in my belly

We just love welcoming new stallholders to our Market and, even better, we love seeing the reactions from our customers when they find something new and delicious to try. Eastwood’s Deli is now here, but owner Kelly Eastwood is definitely not new to the foodie scene. 

After 14 years working as a Private Chef to Royalty, Kelly then moved to television where she worked as a Home Economist and TV Food Producer for shows such as Masterchef, MKR and Better Homes and Gardens. But it was River Cottage Australia that brought Kelly to the far South Coast of NSW, and when the program concluded she started her own business Eastwood’s Deli and Cooking School in picturesque Bermagui. 

At the beginning of 2020 when the devastating summer bushfires hit, Eastwood’s was converted into a Disaster Relief Kitchen for a not-for-profit organisation, World Central Kitchen, where Kelly and her hard-working team executed over 46,000 meals over seven weeks to feed firefighters, evacuees and displaced locals in surrounding communities. And then, Covid-19 hit… 

Once Covid restrictions set in, Kelly was forced to rethink her business model and is now creating delicious take home meals featuring local produce from the South Coast region, and will soon also feature some of the beautiful produce from our Market stallholders too.  

Kelly’s take home meals have proven to be a hit on the South Coast, the Snowy Mountains and now in Canberra – her changing range includes meals like overnight Osso Bucco with parmesan risotto, beef tagine with almonds, dates and moghrabieh and firey chicken chettinad curry. Pop in and see Kelly and discover the range of delicious meals just ready to go home from Market with you. 

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