Take a little bit of Ainsley Harriott with you everywhere you go with this smart and sophisticated market shopping tote.
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9 Oct 2019 - 2:48 PM  UPDATED 9 Oct 2019 - 4:07 PM

Ainsley Harriot's brand new show, Ainsley's Australian Market Menu sees the chef traversing Australia on a fun-filled food adventure through some of Australia’s most diverse and colourful produce markets.

Armed only with a few pots and pans and a hunger for the best fresh produce, Ainsley has only a few hours to explore the market, find his ingredients and conceive some quick and tasty dishes to win over the crowds.

What Ainsley doesn't have is a stylish and practical cooler (with his face on it) to carry fresh ingredients in - but thanks to SBS Food, you could level up your market game with one of your very own.

Keep your dairy cool and your outfit hot.

This custom Ainsley-branded shopping tote has a number of attractive features including:

  • Insulation to keep dairy and meat from spoiling
  • Fashionable summery pastel yellow colour (green is so 2016)
  • Glowing smile of chef Ainsley Harriott to signify joy
  • Carry handles that go from tote to shoulder bag
  • Exclusive SS2019 one-of-a-kind SBS Food design

If you'd like to be the envy of all your friends with one of 15 market shopper totes, enter now to make sure you're in with a shot to win!

Once all your market shopping is complete, here are a few recipes from Ainsley Harriott himself to inspire the next meal:

Eggplant fritters with wild honey and cinnamon sugar

It's not that common in Western cooking to mix sweet and savoury but the soft texture and mild flavour of eggplant makes it surprisingly good for a sweet-savoury mashup.

Chargrilled watermelon with toasted coconut and wild honey

You'd be surprised how many fruits get better with a little grilling. These skewers make plain old watermelon a dessert-worthy dish.

Chargrilled sourdough with sauteed mushrooms and melted Caprino Romano cheese

You can't beat a simple dish of grilled mushrooms on toast. This would go great for breakfast with an egg ontop.

Apple Isle French toast with walnut and caramel bananas

Apple Isle is an anecdotal name given to Tasmania as it was once a major producer and exporter of apples. It also references the state's shape, which loosely resembles that of an apple.


 

Win 1 of 15 Ainsley Harriott market shopping totes

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Each prize includes one shopping tote. Entries are limited to one per person.

Competition opens: Thursday, 10 October 2019, 11:00 am (AEST)

Competition closes: Thursday, 14 November 2019, 11:59 pm (AEST)

Competition drawn: Thursday 28 November 2019, 5:00 pm (AEST)

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Catch the show, Ainsley's Australian Market Menu it at 7:30pm Thursdays from 10 October to 14 November on SBS, catch up on SBS Food at 7:30pm Sundays, or stream on SBS On Demand. Visit the Market Menu website for recipes, the episode guide and more.