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Chef Nick Stanton quits Nieuw Amsterdam for Carlton's Five Points Deli and Longhorn Saloon

Start spreading the news: Chef Nick Stanton has left Nieuw Amsterdam for a New York-inspired project in Carlton.

Chef Nick Stanton leaves Nieuw Amsterdam to create New York-style fare in Carlton.

Food News | Espresso | Mon Nov 24 23:30:00 EST 2014

Charity begins in the kitchen for schools

Est. head chef Gavin Carfax-Foster with his daughters Layla (left) and Indiah.

As Peter Doyle's right-hand man at est., Gavin Carfax-Foster is no slouch in the kitchen.

Food News | Andrew Taylor | Sun Nov 23 00:00:00 EST 2014

Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2015

World's Longest Lunch.

A pop-up waterfront bakery, global food stars, and restaurants reinvented. Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2015 is coming.

Food News | | Fri Nov 21 13:05:07 EST 2014

Sriracha on the go: refillable key ring launches

Sriracha emergencies be gone! The cute portable sauce bottle.

Calling all hip hot sauce lovers. This new accessory will put an end to your Sriracha-free emergencies.

Food News | Annabel Smith | Fri Nov 21 11:26:22 EST 2014

The Grates to expand Southside Tea Room venture

From left: Rory Doyle, John Patterson and Patience Hodgson.

Patience Hodgson and John Patterson are opening a Death Valley bar, beer garden and permanent food truck beside their Morningside cafe.

Food News | Graze | Fri Nov 21 08:55:34 EST 2014

Christine Manfield takes on dessert at Aria Brisbane

Dessert queen: Christine Manfield.

A well-known face will be whipping up some sophisticated sweet treats in the Aria kitchen this week.

Food News | Graze | Fri Nov 21 08:17:00 EST 2014

'Ramnut' rams together ramen noodles and doughnuts

A mash-up of a mash-up, sitting somewhere between a ramen burger and a cronut, this uni student's culinary creation could be the ultimate junk food hybrid.

Food News | Annabel Smith | Thu Nov 20 14:17:26 EST 2014

Night Noodle Markets coming to Canberra in 2015

Night Noodle Markets.

It's one of the most popular foodie events in Australia, drawing more than 800,000 visitors in total - and now Canberra's getting a taste of the Night Noodle Markets in February and March 2015.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Wed Nov 19 23:45:00 EST 2014

Stokehouse St Kilda reveals design team for restaurant revival

Designers George Livissianis and Pascale Gomes-McNabb, owner Frank van Haandel and architect Robert Simeoni at the Stokehouse restaurant site in St Kilda.

Ten months after a devastating fire tore through St Kilda's popular Stokehouse restaurant on January 17, the rebuilding has begun.

Food News | Hilary McNevin | Wed Nov 19 18:40:54 EST 2014

Heston Blumenthal 'saddened' by Melbourne restaurant scalpers

The celebrity chef is in Perth to launch the three-day Margaret River Gourmet Escape food festival.

Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal has spoken out about the scalping controversy surrounding his restaurant The Fat Duck, which will open in Melbourne next year.

Food News | Candice Barnes | Wed Nov 19 15:10:42 EST 2014

Rice a culprit in many food poisoning incidents

Cooked rice dishes should be kept in the fridge.

That rice salad or reheated pad Thai may look innocent but health authorities warn many cases of food-borne illness could be caused by cooked rice that has been left out of the refrigerator.

Food News | Jane Holroyd | Wed Nov 19 12:24:23 EST 2014

Choosing right fig tree to make jam in Canberra

Fig jam: delicious.

The Mediterranean fruit has a place in the capital's gardens and kitchens. Owen Pidgeon provides a guiding hand for the right selection.

Food News,Canberra Life | Owen Pidgeon | Tue Nov 18 23:45:00 EST 2014

Asparagus lettuce: Ling Chen's seven Chinese dishes

Sharing: Ling Chen harvesting asparagus lettuce in her kitchen garden.

Ling Chen shares seven Chinese dishes using asparagus lettuce grown from her delightful kitchen garden in O'Connor.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Tue Nov 18 23:45:00 EST 2014

Victorian coffee van shortlisted for design award

Eye-catching: Coffee Peddlr's Citroen H van.

Coffee Peddlr's retro yellow coffee van has been shortlisted in the Eat Drink Design Awards.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Nov 18 21:00:00 EST 2014

Morsels: Design award for A. Baker

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The NewActon venue has won the Best Cafe Design at the Eat Drink Design awards.

Food News | Morsels | Tue Nov 18 21:00:01 EST 2014

The Fat Duck plucked, table scalpers seek further high-profile targets

Shane Delia of Maha restaurant.

Table scalpers who scammed The Fat Duck's online booking system to secure coveted reservations for more than 40 tables now plan to target other high-profile Melbourne restaurants.

Food News | Mark Hawthorne, Senior Editor | Tue Nov 18 11:36:47 EST 2014

Morsels: Marble and Grain open in Braddon

Morsels food dinkus

Marble and Grain is another new restaurant and wine bar opening on Mort Street, Braddon.

Food News | Morsels | Tue Nov 18 10:49:35 EST 2014

'Exciting, innovative': World's food luminaries share their views on Australian fare

Marron on the barbecue.

What happens when 80 top-tier chefs, food writers, bloggers and restaurateurs from around the world are sent all over Australia to eat and drink as part of Tourism Australia’s $40 million...

Food News | Jill Dupleix, Terry Durack | Tue Nov 18 10:07:59 EST 2014

Michael Chatto moves to Chifley's Bar & Grill

Chef Michael Chatto will soon be in action at the steakhouse named after Ben Chifley.

Food News | Short black | Tue Nov 18 00:00:00 EST 2014

Forbes & Burton reopens as The Rusty Rabbit

The Darlinghurst cafe that closed after its owner refused to hire a black barista has reopened with a new name.

Food News | Short black | Tue Nov 18 00:00:00 EST 2014