If you’re after something on the go or caught up at work and need a quick and easy take-home meal that is actually delicious, Stockpot is the small grocer of your dreams.
With a motive to give customers nothing but the freshest of locally made take-home meals, Stockpot is reigniting South Aussies’ passion for supporting local.
“Our ethos with Stockpot, and it’s something that has really resonated with the local community, is everything that we create is produced on site in our production kitchen—from stocks and sauces to cakes and ready made meals,” Stockpot’s digital marketing manager Mathew Hall says.
What separates Stockpot from SA’s extensive list of grocers is their use of authentic, local produce that ensures their freshly made soups and pastas are bursting with the flavour of quality ingredients.
For those of you just passing through, you won’t regret picking up one of their beef cheek pies or sausage rolls that are enclosed with a golden pastry, sprinkled with pepper and made entirely in-house.
The clean space is filled with pine wood counters and white accents that have a welcomingly modern feel.
Their shelving is authentic and simple, with wooden planks that are individually lit and packed with the very best of SA’s local makers and creators.
“To accompany our beautiful range of house made products we have also collaborated with several local producers,” Mat says.
Stockpot Stirling supply the Hills’ most passionate baker, Phil at Basket Range Baker’s buttery, flakey and deliciously spongey baked goods.
You’ll be spoilt with the sight of their baskets that are topped daily with a fresh range of sourdough cob loafs, fruit loaves and rustic baguettes. They fly out the door, so get in quick!
They stock the very best sparkling water the Hills can offer, sourced right from SA’s own Mount Lofty, A Rock and A Hard Place, naturally filtered and bubbled to perfection will have you experiencing SA’s spring water like never before.
Or 36 Short Spirits’s Premium Australian Extra Virgin Olive Oil that is cold pressed from seasonal olives that are freshly picked, ground and harvested on their farm for over 50 years.
Despite its fatty reputation, this olive oil is packed with nutrients and antioxidants that changes the game for those households that can’t make dinner without heaping tablespoons of the liquid gold.
If that doesn’t tickle you, Taronga Almonds, a family-run business from the Fleurieu Peninsula feature their irresistible range of locally grown and crafted, roasted and natural almonds.
Whether you’re after something a touch spicy, richly sweet or a light snack to curb those salty cravings, they’ve got you covered.
“This is by no means a finite list, as we’re actively looking for other local businesses who share our love for locally produced goods with an eye for detail,” Mat says.
“We hope to be able to grow this list in the coming weeks.”
The stall also features a range of international items like Ortiz Bonito del Norte’s white tuna that’s caught off the north coast of Spain or goodies from interstate like Fancy Hank’s jalapeño and peach hot sauce from Victoria.
Stockpot Stirling is located at 28/36 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling SA 5152 and is open Monday-Saturday.