Off the Eaten Track


What do you get when you mix Queensland’s finest regional produce, a splash of wine, some passionate producers and one very excitable chef in a television series? 
The result is Off the Eaten Track – a collaboration between the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI) and Tourism Queensland, to air on Saturday 4 December at 7pm on Channel 7. in the lead up to Christmas.Minister for Primary Industries, Fisheries and Rural and Regional Queensland Tim Mulherin said the series was a celebration of the people who grow, catch and make Queensland produce.

From iconic Queensland mud crabs and mangoes to the more exotic avocado ice-cream and Australian Desert Limes, Off the Eaten Track will tantalize your taste buds.

Celebrate a feast of Atherton Tableland coffee, Chinchilla’s Murray cod, Rockhampton’s beef, Hervey Bay’s scallops, Ayr’s exotic achachas and buffalo mozzarella from Cairns.

“While Off the Eaten Track showcases how regional produce can be prepared, it is not just about cooking or travel – it is a revealing and entertaining exposé of the high-quality produce that comes from our state,” he said.

“Queensland has an increasing reputation both domestically and internationally for high quality fresh produce and wine and this series will help build it further.

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