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The ultimate diet advice: full-fat is good for you

Bad combo: Bacon and white bread.

These latest findings flip our food wisdom on its head.

Food News | Anna van Praagh | Wed Feb 18 09:48:35 EST 2015

Frozen berries hepatitis A outbreak sees focus narrow on raspberries as prime cause

The Patties Foods frozen berries recall has been extended.

More people are presenting with Hepatitis A and the list of recalled frozen berry products also continues to grow, as suppliers narrow their focus on raspberries as the prime cause of the outbreak.

Food News | | Wed Feb 18 09:19:59 EST 2015

Demand for local berries up as Hepatitis A class action lawsuit looms

Blueberry grower Paul Casey says demand for local product has shot up.

Commercial food production laboratories are not equipped to test for hepatitis A in Australia, so Nanna's frozen berries have instead been sent to the United States and Italy to see if raspberries...

Food News | Darren Gray, Deborah Gough | Wed Feb 18 07:33:41 EST 2015

Owen Pidgeon: How to harvest a green bean bounty

Green beans Owen Pidgeon Beans feature In the Garden for Food & Wine, February 18 the green beans are versatile ingredient in kitchen

Owen Pidgeon reveals the secrets to growing the best green beans in the Canberra region.

Food News | Owen Pidgeon | Tue Feb 17 23:45:00 EST 2015

Christine Fernon's decade of care bears fruit in Ainslie garden

Christine Fernon with a watermelon from her garden in Ainslie.

Christine Fernon has spent a decade establishing her cottage garden in Ainslie and the results are magnificent, writes Susan Parsons.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Tue Feb 17 23:45:00 EST 2015

Pod Food stages raw fish and riesling lunch

Pod Food is hosting an intriguing raw fish and riesling lunch on Saturday, February 21.

Pod Food is hosting an intriguing raw fish and riesling lunch on Saturday, February 21.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Feb 17 14:56:29 EST 2015

Canberra Food and Wine Expo: Don't miss it on February 20-23

Former <i>MasterChef</i> contestant Rishi Desai, of Queanbeyan, will be at the expo.

The Canberra Food and Wine Expo is on at the National Convention Centre featuring wineries, food producers and gourmet stalls.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Feb 17 14:42:45 EST 2015

Just Open: Chow City, Melbourne

Blue eye ceviche at Chow City.

A refit has transformed a rather daggy Thai restaurant into a sleek pan-Asian diner.

Food News | Just Open | Tue Feb 17 13:50:48 EST 2015

Nanna's berries sent to US and Italy for hepatitis A tests

The recalled frozen berries.

Commercial food production laboratories are not equipped to test for hepatitis A in Australia so Nanna's frozen berries have instead been sent to the United States and Italy to see if raspberries may...

Food News | Deborah Gough | Tue Feb 17 13:47:32 EST 2015

Francisco's in Manuka is closing, for now

Guacamole.

Francisco's Mexican Cantina in Manuka has announced that it will close at the end of this week – but long time fans shouldn't worry, it will return.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Feb 17 13:32:50 EST 2015

Just Open: Gelaperia, Healesville

Bacio sorbet at Gelaperia, Healesville.

Gelaperia brings a taste of la dolce vita to Healesville.

Food News | Just Open | Tue Feb 17 12:45:48 EST 2015

Constellation-inspired canapes at Sydney Observatory

Drag and astrophysics are unlikely couples but the two are coming together for one night at the Observatory as part of Sydney Mardi Gras, complete with galaxy-inspired game terrine.

Food News | Callan Boys | Tue Feb 17 10:35:10 EST 2015

New awards let chefs choose Australia's Top 100 Restaurants

Jill Dupleix and Terry Durack with a group of top chefs from around Australia.

Who better to judge where to eat than the people putting the food on the plate?

Food News | Lucille Keen | Tue Feb 17 10:24:52 EST 2015

1kg packs of Nanna's frozen raspberries added to hepatitis A recall

Raspberry punnets.

The Nanna's frozen berry recall has extended to packs of raspberries as the maker revealed it dumped a supplier potentially linked to a hepatitis A outbreak, late last year.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Tue Feb 17 08:52:53 EST 2015

Noma Tokyo pop-up restaurant sells tableware and furnishings online

One of the bowls available from Noma Tokyo's online fire-sale (food not included!).

If you're unlikely to visit Danish restaurant Noma, here's your chance to dine Noma-style at home.

Food News | Jane Holroyd | Tue Feb 17 07:02:26 EST 2015

Indian restaurant Subcontinental arrives in Surry Hills

Hooray for Bollywood. Sydney's latest obsession with food from the Indian subcontinent shifts up another rickshaw gear later this week with the opening of Subcontinental.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 EST 2015

Barrio Chino spins off to former Spice Cellar site

Branching out: Barrio Chino in Bayswater Road.

If you think it's time to say adios to the city's Mexican infatuation, think again.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 EST 2015

'Seed democracy' activist Vandana Shiva to give talk in Sydney

Visiting: Philosopher and activist Vandana Shiva.

The "Gandhi of Grain" will give a talk at the Teachers Federation Conference Centre on Friday.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 EST 2015

Just Open: DiWine, Darlinghurst

Shutting up shop: Jazz City Milkbar.

An old-school Italian fills the hole left by classic Americana.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 EST 2015

Fink group recruits general manager to steer Quay, Otto

Spaghetti arragosta from Otto.

The Fink family-owned restaurant group has recruited an outsider as general manager to steer its heavyweight restaurant assets, which include Quay, Otto Ristorante and two new restaurants opening...

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 EST 2015