Good Food - Inga Ting
New cuisines, fair trade issues, prices – many factors are driving the shift in Australians' meat-eating choices.
Food News | Inga Ting | Mon Apr 15 20:18:30 EST 2013
It's a $4.3 billion industry employing around 52,000 people, and on any given day 30 million glasses of Australian wine are consumed worldwide, according to Wine Australia.
Drink | Inga Ting | Sat Apr 13 16:22:00 EST 2013
The only Australian cookbook to make this year’s list of finalists has won the People’s Choice Award at the International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Awards in San Francisco this...
Food News | Inga Ting | Thu Apr 11 15:24:37 EST 2013
It sits shoulder to shoulder with some of Sydney's trendiest cafes and fine dining restaurants, but once a month on market day it's the Devonshire tea at the humble neighbourhood centre that draws...
Food News,Eat Out | Inga Ting | Wed Apr 03 09:32:40 EST 2013
Rosé wine is food-friendly, perfect for a warm day and more popular in summer than its white wine counterparts in France. So why is this wine so maligned in Australia?
Drink | Inga Ting | Fri Mar 08 16:34:40 EST 2013
The frozen yoghurt craze is tipped to get crazier in Sydney with at least a dozen more stores expected to open this year.
Food News | Inga Ting | Wed Mar 06 16:01:00 EST 2013
Swedish furniture giant IKEA has withdrawn its almond and butterscotch cake from its in-store restaurants in 23 countries, including Australia, after samples were found to contain a kind of bacteria...
Food News | Inga Ting | Wed Mar 06 12:18:30 EST 2013
The restaurants of two Sydney chefs – David Thompson and Tetsuya Wakuda - have been named in the inaugural S. Pellegrino list of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.
Food News | Inga Ting | Tue Feb 26 17:12:50 EST 2013
Insects are on the menu and here to stay in two Sydney restaurants.
Food News | Inga Ting | Fri Feb 22 12:28:20 EST 2013
Haymarket's popular Chat Thai restaurant will close later this year for a renovation.
Food News | Inga Ting | Thu Feb 21 14:17:40 EST 2013
At just 30 years of age the vineyards in Tumbarumba in southern NSW are babies compared to rival vineyards in Tasmania and Champagne.
Drink | Inga Ting | Wed Feb 20 13:11:50 EST 2013
Help celebrate the urban food revolution at the TEDxSydney event in May.
Food News | Inga Ting | Tue Feb 19 03:00:00 EST 2013
Winemakers are lining up to expose the Hunter to a new generation, writes Inga Ting.
Drink | Inga Ting | Wed Feb 13 16:46:37 EST 2013
CAN NSW winemakers take the crown for producing the best riesling in Australia?
Drink | Inga Ting | Tue Feb 12 03:00:00 EST 2013
Beautiful, crunchy, ''seafoody'' and perfect for stir-fry. This is how acclaimed chef Kylie Kwong describes the crickets she'll be cooking at her restaurant Billy Kwong's annual Australian-Chinese...
Eat Out | Inga Ting | Sun Feb 10 03:00:00 EST 2013
Food and superstition are two of the strongest forces in Chinese culture and few meals are as deeply symbolic as the Chinese New Year banquet.
Eat Out | Inga Ting | Tue Feb 05 15:42:00 EST 2013
If ever there was a sandwich to launch a thousand ships, banh mi thit, or more simply, banh mi (also known as Vietnamese pork roll) would be it.
Eat Out | Inga Ting | Fri Feb 01 11:00:30 EST 2013
A team of Australian pastry chefs has placed 7th - ahead of pastry heavyweights Belgium and Taiwan - in the world's most prestigious and demanding pastry competition.
Food News | Inga Ting | Wed Jan 30 10:14:59 EST 2013
The challenge: Sydney Harbour made from 18kg chocolate, a fish jumping from the water from 24kg sugar, and a six layer 'great berrier crunch' cake.
Food News | Inga Ting | Mon Jan 28 10:35:50 EST 2013
Sydney chef Christine Manfield will close down her highly regarded Darlinghurst restaurant Universal in April.
Food News | Inga Ting | Wed Jan 16 08:36:32 EST 2013