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International food and wine celebrities bound for Australia

More than 80 of the world's most influential food and wine personalities are coming to Australia for four days of eating, drinking and mud-crabbing.

Food News | Callan Boys | Tue Oct 21 00:01:00 EST 2014

The one-cup Moccamaster drip-filter tested

Retro styling and a high-tech delivery make the new Moccamaster One-Cup a coffee-lover's dream.

Food News | Matt Holden | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Bourke Street Bakery and Toby's Estate head to Barangaroo

The food dominoes are starting to fall at Barangarooo.

Food News | Short black | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Grant Collins brings Powder Keg Restaurant and Bar to Kellett Street

The restaurateur and bar tsar has confirmed the location for his new Kings Cross venture.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

About Life heading to Surry Hills

The fast-growing wholefoods lifestyle store will open on the former Thomas Dux site this week.

Food News | Short black | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Sydney's Night Noodle Markets break attendance records

The annual Hyde Park food fair has cracked record numbers since opening.

Food News | Short black | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Sydney chef Jeff Schroeter stars in Sexy Cuisine TV

A new TV cooking show shot in the south of France gives new meaning to the term 'food porn'.

Food News | Short black | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Bay Ten Espresso in Lavender Bay offers coffee with physiotherapist

This north shore cafe is offering coffee - with a very unique twist.

Food News | Short black | Tue Oct 21 00:00:00 EST 2014

Australian cuisine stars at Invite the World to Dinner

Peter Gilmore, Ben Shewry and Neil Perry aim to present Australian cuisine to the global fooderati in Hobart.

Food News | Sarina Lewis | Mon Oct 20 23:45:08 EST 2014

Just Open: Heartattack and Vine, Carlton

Porchetta at Heartattack and Vine.

Emily Bitto and Nathen Doyle (ex A Minor Place and Wide Open Road respectively) are bringing Italian hospitality without the hustle to Lygon Street from Wednesday.

Food News | Just Open | Mon Oct 20 14:30:14 EST 2014

New beer carton repels mosquitoes

This beer carton is designed so that, when burned, it will keep mosquitoes away.

An Australian company claims to have found a solutiuon to the problem of mozzies spoiling your outdoor revelries.

Food News | Kristian Silva | Mon Oct 20 01:00:00 EST 2014

Restaurants turning to faster food sittings

Matt Golding: 'Fixed-time dining'.

Restaurants are turning to multiple sittings to generate more revenue, but some diners are not impressed.

Food News | Eamonn Duff | Sun Oct 19 00:15:00 EST 2014

Matt Moran's Opera Bar win roasted by rival restaurateur Dave Evans

Sought-after space: Sydney's Opera Bar.

Three of Sydney's most powerful hospitality players are pushing for legal action against the Sydney Opera House Trust over what they believe to be an "unethical" tender process for the famous Opera...

Food News | Daisy Dumas | Fri Oct 17 16:54:25 EST 2014

Consumer demand for free-range eggs edges out cage eggs

Free-range hens.

Consumers are shelling out more for free-range, barn-laid and organic eggs, as cage eggs are being edged out of cafes and supermarkets, new analysis of Australia's egg industry shows.

Food News | Megan Johnston | Fri Oct 17 13:48:52 EST 2014

Australia's first 24-hour health food cafe opens in Brisbane

Raw raspberry tart at Liquefy.

Lovers of healthy food and cold-pressed juice can now get their fix 24/7 at Liquefy in Mt Gravatt.

Food News | Graze | Fri Oct 17 12:18:38 EST 2014

Celebrated New York chef Dan Barber heading to Australia

Chef Dan Barber, from Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in New York, will be a key attraction at next year's Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Influential chef Dan Barber, of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in New York, visits Australia for the first time as a key attraction at next year's Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Food News | Espresso | Thu Oct 16 10:00:00 EST 2014

Label My Fish calls for an overhaul of fishy seafood labelling

Frank Camorra is calling for better labelling on seafood products.

A coalition of environmental groups, restaurants and academics have joined forces to demand reforms to Australia's lax labelling laws, saying too many consumers are being led to believe their seafood...

Food News | Esther Han | Thu Oct 16 00:15:00 EST 2014

B'Stilla spin-off brings Moroccan street food to Fitzroy

Jason Jones is opening a Fitzroy spin-off from his South Yarra Moroccan restaurant B'Stilla.

Chef Jason Jones is extending his B'Stilla brand, opening up shop in Brunswick Street, Fitzroy.

Food News | Espresso | Wed Oct 15 16:15:30 EST 2014

Nitrogenie creates beer flavoured ice-cream for Oktoberfest

Nitrogenie's 'pale ale caramel' ice-cream is garnished with pretzels.

Molecular ice-creamery Nitrogenie is celebrating Oktoberfest with a new pale ale caramel ice-cream flavour.

Food News | Natascha Mirosch | Wed Oct 15 15:46:25 EST 2014

Just Open: Acme, Rushcutters Bay

Wholemeal bucatini at Acme.

Mitch Orr finds inspiration in Chinatown for his new Rushcutters Bay pasta house.

Food News | Callan Boys | Wed Oct 15 12:00:44 EST 2014