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Canberra Master Basters win Boston butt place at Melbourne BBQ festival 2015

Canberrans Mikael Svensson, Chris Hansen, Spero Cassidy and Micky Doherty showed their prowess at the inaugural Melbourne Barbecue Festival.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Feb 10 18:00:00 EST 2015

King Island: Out where lobster is king

Pure South chef Ashley Davis's dish of baked King Island rock lobster with seasonal vegetables.

South of Cape Otway is a pristine isle famed for its produce.

Food News | Richard Cornish | Tue Feb 10 10:54:01 EST 2015

Neil Perry to open more Burger Project outlets

Double cheese burger

Don't discount Neil Perry opening a Korean restaurant, but the veteran chef continues to dismiss rumours he'll open it this year on Bridge Street in the CBD.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 EST 2015

Cremorne's Tapioca restaurant closes

Cremorne's Tapioca restaurant shut its doors yesterday, joining the raft of closures. 

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 EST 2015

Arcadia Liquors duo opens Redfern Continental

Spin-off: Arcadia Liquors in Redfern.

The rise and rise of Redfern as a food and drink destination looks to be kicking up yet another gear in 2015.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 EST 2015

Craft distillery Archie Rose to open in Rosebery

The first new commercial distillery is coming to the City of Sydney in more than 160 years.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 EST 2015

Merivale restaurants pop up at Coogee Pavilion

El Loco, Papi Chulo, Mr Wong and Sushi e will make cameo appearances.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 EST 2015

Chocolate-lovers lie to partners to hide their habit

The rustling wrapper might be a dead giveaway, but a survey has found nearly half of all adults lie to their partners about how much chocolate they eat.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Feb 09 14:13:58 EST 2015

Scientists find fat may be the sixth taste

Is fat the sixth taste?

Study findings on fat could pave the way for new food products to use naturally occurring fatty acids to help people feel full.

Food News | Richard Cornish | Mon Feb 09 08:23:11 EST 2015

Lean takings as tightwad diners exploit Lentil As Anything's philosophy

Lentil as Anything founder Shanaka Fernando.

A popular Melbourne restaurant chain that asks customers to "pay as you feel" has felt the financial sting of its patrons' falling generosity, losing $4000 in one evening.

Food News | Allison Worrall | Sun Feb 08 12:49:09 EST 2015

Urban beekeepers angered over government's poison plan

Beekeeper Mat Lumalasi  of Rooftop Honey.

By Richard CornishUrban honey producers are urging the state government to reconsider a plan to inject poison into some trees that could affect bee populations in suburban Melbourne.

Food News | Richard Cornish | Fri Feb 06 13:00:00 EST 2015

Iron Chefs still reign supreme

The stars of Iron Chef continue to attract adoration from fans.

The Iron Chefs are returning to Melbourne for two $380 per head dinners next weekend.

Food News | Richard Cornish | Fri Feb 06 12:48:43 EST 2015

Just Open: Matt Bax's Bar Exuberante, Richmond

Matthew Bax in character at his latest venue, Bar Exuberante.

Mixologist Matthew Bax's latest venture transports us to Havana in the '60s.

Food News | Just Open | Thu Feb 05 17:01:33 EST 2015

Coca-Cola's Fairlife foray into dairy dubbed 'franken-milk'

Fairlife milk products appear on display in the dairy section of an Indianapolis grocery store.

Coca-Cola has made its first foray into the dairy market, releasing 'premiumised' milk it claims has double the protein and half the sugar of the conventional sort.

Food News | Esther Han | Thu Feb 05 14:41:20 EST 2015

Just Open: Sir Charles, Fitzroy

Grilled lamb ribs with kipflers, kale chips and salted cashews.

Fitzroy's favourite bagelry is transformed into an espresso bar and restaurant with an Asian accent.

Food News | Just Open | Thu Feb 05 14:13:39 EST 2015

Ocean Road Pale Ale is for the birds

Wayward cockatoos have lent their name to Barrabool Hills Brewery's first commercial beer, Cockies Ocean Road Pale Ale.

Food News | Gail Thomas | Thu Feb 05 12:55:15 EST 2015

Just open: Three Queens on King, Newtown

A cafe in Newtown with zero recycled wood, exposed brick or milk crates? Surely not.

Food News | Callan Boys | Wed Feb 04 17:15:31 EST 2015

Are you cereal? Froot Loops on menu at new Melbourne cafe

This is cereal, Mum.

Melbourne takes its breakfast pretty seriously, but this new cafe is one out of the box.

Food News | Tom Cowie | Wed Feb 04 15:25:44 EST 2015

Eating too much flake fish may damage your health

Fish and chips.

Excess eating of shark meat in fish and chips and other meals is not just bad for the conservation of the species but may also damage human health, a new study shows.

Food News | Peter Hannam | Wed Feb 04 12:22:51 EST 2015

International Year of Soils 2015: Michele Barson leads Canberra's charge

The efforts of Michele Barson and a devoted team who help run a community organic garden in Cook show they are soil care champions.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Tue Feb 03 23:45:00 EST 2015