We were keen for that farm experience we all fantasise about. Where you roll up to that nondescript place by the side of the road and discover all sorts of yummy local baked goods and the beaming farmer and his wife.
Hooray and as it turns out, unusually (in particular for this area which we ultimately named "the tourism area with no service"), we actually found this in this remote part of Tassie. The hosts, Ann and Denis are well travelled and very interesting and have put a huge effort into developing their farm and their offerings.
The farm has a large array of fruit - beautiful raspberries, strawberries, crisp apples, plums and more.They have a vast selection of james and butters including some more exotic offerings, such as their quince butter, which was divine.
We had cakes, scones and yummy homemade ice-cream. We we so in love with the place we went back for seconds and then also bought takeaway, In fact, I'm now sitting in bed with my warm fruit pie writing this. Would have to be the best fruit pie I've had in years! Lots of different summer fruits encased in a moist buttery shortbread crust. Heaven...
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