Please complete the form below. A confirmation email will be sent after you submit your form. The email will contain your exhibit number and information regarding delivery on Monday 3 February to Reception at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Mrs Macquaries Road.
Entries close Sunday 2 February 2020.
Relish & chutney are very similar condiments, the terms are often used interchangeably, but some general differences do exist. Chutneys are cooked longer than most relishes are. As a result, the texture and consistency of the two condiments tend to vary. Most chutneys are also sweeter than most relishes, but the taste of the chutney can be spicy or sour as well. The biggest difference between relish and chutney, however, is where the two condiments originated.
Make sure your exhibit does not suffer from spice overload and dominate the tomato flavours.
The following points in no particular order, will be taken into consideration when exhibits are judged
- Visual presentation; clarity, colour
- Texture and consistency
- Flavour balance (acidity, sweetness)
- Overall presentation
The judging panel will include Luca Ciano (2 Michelin Stars and multi-award winning chef) and other descerning palates.
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