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- Jill Dupleix
Make the most of artichokes when they are pristine, shaved raw in salads, braised, roasted and pickled, and preserve them for when the season has faded.
Cook | Karen Martini | Tue Oct 22 00:00:00 EST 2013
Well spring has sprung and the first flush of asparagus is well under way. But why does your urine smell?
Cook | Richard Cornish | Mon Oct 21 23:59:56 EST 2013
These small pan-fried, crisp-bottomed Japanese dumplings can be filled with anything from pork to prawn, and even cheese.
Cook | Jill Dupleix | Mon Oct 21 23:59:34 EST 2013
Californian red grapes are arriving by boat; early black and green Australian-grown grapes can also be found.
Cook | Robin Powell | Mon Oct 21 23:59:58 EST 2013
Top chef Rene Redzepi grapples with the perils of success.
Cook | Rene Redzepi | Mon Oct 21 23:58:11 EST 2013
There’s sauce aplenty in Neil Perry’s gnocchi beef ragu.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Oct 19 04:00:01 EST 2013
In Brisbane recently, I met chef Andrew Evans, an American who used to work in Australia but now has two restaurants back home called The BBQ Joint.
Cook | Frank Camorra | Sat Oct 19 03:00:00 EST 2013
It may not be the most epicurean ingredient but Vegemite scores a tick of approval from most of Australia's top chefs. Here's how they use it.
Cook | Sofia Levin | Fri Oct 18 10:19:40 EST 2013
One of Thomas Keller's greatest passions is teaching others how to be better in the kitchen, whether it's his own chefs or home cooks. Culinary smarts start here.
Cook | Thomas Keller | Thu Oct 17 09:55:40 EST 2013
Nahji Chu's rise is quite an Australian story. Here she shares her tips for making her prized product.
Cook | Make it easy | Thu Oct 17 07:00:10 EST 2013
Bumping up the carbs is one thing you can do to prepare for a triathlon, big swim or run. But what else? Dietitian Tara Diversi shares her tips.
Cook | Tara Diversi | Tue Oct 15 18:53:00 EST 2013
According to etiquette experts, while it is considered gauche to have one's elbows on the table while you have you knife and fork in your hands, it is acceptable to have one's elbows on the table at...
Cook | Brain food | Tue Oct 15 03:00:00 EST 2013
What is it? A rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. ''Say wha..?'' You know, the bright yellow stuff in mustard, piccalilli and curries. ''Oh.
Cook | Hot food | Tue Oct 15 03:00:00 EST 2013
The first peaches of the season are low-chill clingstone varieties. The tastiest are still weeks off.
Cook | Robin Powell | Mon Oct 14 23:59:16 EST 2013
A little bit of Mexican heat fires up the taste buds. But the finish is smooth and sweet.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Oct 12 04:00:01 EST 2013
A bocadillo looks like a bread roll, but it's much more. It holds a special place in the Spanish imagination.
Cook | Frank Camorra | Sat Oct 12 03:00:00 EST 2013
Chocolate, nuts, dried fruit, rice, pasta. There's not much inside a pantry that an Indian meal moth larvae won't snack on, given the chance.
Cook | Roslyn Grundy | Fri Oct 11 10:56:10 EST 2013
The Australian-born chef shares a recipe and cooking tips for a classic Thai noodle dish.
Cook | Kate Gibbs | Thu Oct 10 17:02:20 EST 2013
It feels like pineapple season. The chorus of lawnmowers leave you in no doubt summer is just around the corner.
Cook | Debbie Skelton | Wed Oct 09 03:00:00 EST 2013
When you get to the edge of civilisation, there's this distillation of humanity.
Cook | Bryan Martin | Wed Oct 09 03:00:00 EST 2013