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Borage is a favourite around here at Zin, both in the gardens and on the plate. Easy to grow, drought tolerant, and self seeding, you will see this blue & purple flowering edible plant in our gardens all year round. And if this wasn’t enough,...

From freshly churned truffle butter to house-made fettuccine topped with shaved truffle at the table, Zin is rich with the earthy, nutty flavours of new season truffles. So what’s all the fuss about? Grown underground on the roots of trees like pines & oaks, these...

There is always a pasta course on The Zin House menu because Kim believes a meal isn’t complete without it. She uses this same logic with fresh sourdough. That’s why she likes to joke that her mother must have had an Italian lover. The type...

It’s easy to spot a variety of native flora & fauna as soon as you arrive at Tinja (Wiradjuri Country). Cockatoos, galahs & rosellas chirping loudly from trees, while kangaroos & wallabies graze on a multitude of native grasses. Every colour of gum tree standing...

Your grandma did it, and so does your mum, but that doesn’t make it outdated. Just like all good fashion, pickling will never go out of style. That is because in the fight against food waste, this is your greatest weapon. It’s simple, quick and...