2018 Home- made Gold winner Beverly Harper presented with her award by Jane Hasell-McCosh also pictured is Stephen Downes.
2018 Australia’s Champion marmalade makers announced!
The winners of the Australian Marmalade Awards were announced on Sunday at Beaumont House as part of the Festival of Marmalade. Jane Hasell-McCosh of the World’s Original Marmalade Awards UK, and Stephen Downes, Head Cook of Beerenberg, presented the awards to a packed audience.
From almost 200 home-made entries the champion home-made marmalade maker for 2018 is
Beverly Harper of Coromandel Valley
The following people also won gold awards for their marmalades in the home-made competition
Kianlip Ng (Joe)
From 80 entries in the artisan completion the champion artisan marmalade maker is
Davia’s Kitchen from the Riverland
The following businesses also won gold awards for their marmalades in the artisan competition
Davia’s Kitchen (Renmark SA)
Tarra Valley Foods (Rosedale, VIC)
Larder and Spade (VIC)
J.B. Shackleton’s (VIC)
Borne in Bathurst (NSW)
Illa Langa Farm Preserves (NSW)
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Winners of the 2018 Marmalade Awards
2018 Artisan Gold winner Davia’s Kitchen from the Riverland presented with her award by Jane Hasell-McCosh also pictured is Stephen Downes
Winners of 2017 Marmalade Awards
Ken Bradley, gold winner, presented with his award by Jane Hasell-McCosh also pictured is Stephen Downes
George Sharp of Tarra Valley Foods receiving his Artisan double gold award presented by Jane Hasell-McCosh.
Winner of 2016 Marmalade Awards
Martina Taeker, creator of the overall champion marmalade with her winning entry 2016, photographer S Duff.