DS Trading direct to you
If cooking is your thing or you just want
the best value possible out of your food budget, then DS Trading is probably
for you. Hobart hospitality wholesaler PFD
Foodservices is also open to the public as DS Trading.
This Girl is a regular since I received a tip off
around 4 years ago when I became a proud Thermomix owner. One of the many wonders of the Thermomix is making butter from cream and at DS Trading you can buy 2 litres of quality Ashgrove cream for around a
third of the normal retail price.
DS Trading offers more than just bulk
cream. You can find dried and frozen pasta varieties, a range of pantry goods,
meat and an impressive cheese selection. They’ve recently added a range of
desserts to their available products.
Some of This Girl’s favourites include
the tinned tomatoes, golden syrup, Ashgrove cheeses, salami, bulk bi-carb and
bulk shredded coconut.
On a recent trip I introduced The Other
Girl who was a little beside herself and left with a Westhaven goats chevre 130
grams for a better price than at the Supe. But her best deals were a kilogram of
spinach and ricotta ravioli and a kilogram of butterflied lamb for around $12 each.
Some things aren’t as cheap as the Supe,
but there are some things that you just won’t get there, especially their dried
pasta range, which is still reasonably priced for the quality.
|Roast lamb marinated in Baharat and pomegranate molasses on a bed of roast vegetable cous cous|
I find I’m always discovering new things
when I visit and I like to go with enough time to browse, it is a small space
but packed full of foodie goodness.
Tip: making butter gives the added
benefit of buttermilk as a byproduct – great for making buttermilk scones or This Girls most recent recipe see here, which is proving to be very popular with everyone who
tries it! I also used the buttermilk and the chicken breasts to make these yummy chicken tenders.