Rudis Butchery at Kirrawee calls the last chop | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

“It’s always been a challenge being in the shire, which is so Anglo-Saxon so to try to introduce the produce to the local genre wasn’t easy,” Stefan said. “In the 80s there were lots more Germans, Austrians, Poles, Hungarians, who loved the goods and bought it in truckloads, but over the past two decades European migration has slowed down and it’s declined.

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