So we’ve talked (a LOT) about seafood lately. Now we’ll switch to cheese. It’s another staple from the Tasmanian diet we just can’t resist. If you want a good selection of Tasmanian cheese from the one location, try Salamanca Fresh. The former Foodstore business on Clarence Street has been rebranded to join the stable of Salamanca Fresh stores.
We’re pretty happy with the variety of local cheese on offer in Bellerive, although we do still like to hunt and gather during gourmet drives from Hobart. However, it’s not easy to “drive” to some places. Take King Island Dairy for example. That’s why we’re happy to have a good supplier in Bellerive Tasmania that’s such a cinch to visit.
Further Reading about Tasmanian Cheese
Here’s a few cheesy articles we prepared earlier…
- Tasmanian Cheese… Yes Please!
- Wicked Cheese; Wicked Business
- Bruny Island… A Day Tour
- Grandvewe Cheeses: A Place in Our Hearts
- Pyengana Dairy: Holy Cow, it’s Real Milk
Further Reading about Salamanca Fresh
Margaret Morgan (from Sheoaks on Freycinet Bed and Breakfast in Coles Bay) wrote a fabulous article to assist tourists embarking on a self-catering holiday in Tasmania. She mentioned Salamanca Fresh as a great place to start for those in Hobart.
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