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Growing beans in Canberra is simple

Full of beans: Beans are fast  and easy to grow.

Rich in nutrition and great to grow over summer, Owen Pidgeon reveals the simplicity of beans.

Food News | Owen Pidgeon | Tue Sep 30 23:45:00 EST 2014

Rick and Jane Smyth's communal gardens

Rick Smyth in his vegetable patch in Narrabundah.

Rick and Jane Smyth love sharing, so they helped create a wonderful communal garden in Narrabundah, writes Susan Parsons.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Tue Sep 30 23:45:00 EST 2014

First look at Les Bistronomes in Braddon

News. Les Bistronomes French restaurant about to open in Elouera Street Braddon. September 30th. 2014 The Canberra Times photograph by Graham Tidy.

We check out Clement Chauvin's new restaurant Les Bistronomes in Braddon, a relaxed French bistro that opens on October 2.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Sep 30 19:03:35 EST 2014

Just Open: Green Park, Carlton North

Snapper with stewed zucchini, garlic and thyme at Green Park, Carlton North.

All-day drinking and eating spot Green Park opens tomorrow.

Food News | Just Open | Tue Sep 30 15:48:18 EST 2014

Just open: Girl with the Gris Gris at Ding Dong Lounge

Onion rings at Girl with the Gris Gris.

Girl with the Gris Gris serves up authentic New Orleans soul food with a modern twist.

Food News | Just Open | Tue Sep 30 14:00:00 EST 2014

Morsels: Good Food Month to start; cakewiches; fried crickets; Wood and Coal opens

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A collection of tasty news snippets from Canberra's food and wine scene.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Sep 30 10:18:55 EST 2014

Uncle's downstairs bar becomes Uncle Downtown

New look: Uncle Downtown's ceiling features colourful food covers.

The boys from Uncle in St Kilda East have lightened, brightened and reworked the ground-floor of their two-level Carlisle Street venue.

Food News | Hilary McNevin and Roslyn Grundy | Tue Sep 30 09:00:00 EST 2014

Melbourne's Savour school attempts world record with Avatar-inspired chocolate garden

One of the Avatar-inspired flowers that will form part of the world record attempt.`

Kirsten Tibballs and Savour Chocolate and Patisserie School team are attempting to create a world record for the largest flower arrangement made from chocolate.

Food News | Hilary McNevin and Roslyn Grundy | Tue Sep 30 09:00:00 EST 2014

Just Open: Burko's, Geelong

Tash and Jeremy Burke of Burko's.

Former Royal Mail sommelier Jeremy Burke has made a seachange and opened Burko's cafe in Newtown.

Food News | Just Open | Tue Sep 30 00:00:00 EST 2014

Cheat eats: home-delivered meals put to the test

Dinners that deliver.

With the rise of TV shows such as My Kitchen Rules, and lifestyle gurus such as Sarah Wilson, healthy eating and gourmet cooking have become big business.

Food News | Callan Boys | Tue Sep 30 00:00:00 EST 2014

Learn how to make your own haloumi at Drysdale Cheeses class

Barbecued haloumi.

Drysdale Cheeses are hosting a pair of cheesemaking classes this month.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Sep 30 00:00:00 EST 2014

Eugenio Maiale to open new restaurant on Billy Kwong site

A Tavola's owner-chef will open "old-school eating house" in Surry Hills in early 2015.

Food News | Short black | Mon Sep 29 23:55:38 EST 2014

Grant Collins, Mitch Orr among possible new arrivals to Kings Cross

Kings Cross

A posse of hospitality operators is circling, planning new venues in and around the area.

Food News | Short black | Mon Sep 29 23:51:56 EST 2014

Class glass stems from Riedel

Max Riedel reveals Australia's role in the success of the stemless wine glass.

Food News | Short black | Mon Sep 29 23:48:24 EST 2014

New branch of Bondi's Best to open at Hall Street, Bondi

Joel Best

Already home to China Diner, A Tavola and Bills, the Hall Street site will feature a seafood restaurant and shop.

Food News | Short black | Mon Sep 29 23:45:50 EST 2014

Ross Dobson targets Glenbrook for new venture, Vincent Diner

Ross Dobson

Food stylist-turned-restaurateur Ross Dobson has fingered Glenbrook in the Blue Mountains as a hotspot.

Food News | Short black | Mon Sep 29 23:45:27 EST 2014

Melbourne's The Commoner and The Town Mouse join elite restaurant bucket list

On a roll: (from left) Town Mouse’s Christian McCabe, Jay Comeskey, Dave Verhel and Amber McCabe.

A tiny off-Brunswick Street restaurant and a bar-eatery join the list of Melbourne's iconic restaurants, as nominated in new book 1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die.

Food News | Larissa Dubecki | Sat Sep 27 00:15:00 EST 2014

Off-Brunswick Street eatery The Commoner joins elite restaurant list

The Town Mouse team.

Melbourne's iconic restaurants? Well there's Attica and Vue de Monde, of course. And in this exalted company, as nominated in 1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die is a tiny restaurant...

Food News | Larissa Dubecki | Sat Sep 27 00:15:00 EST 2014

Melbourne cafe Industry Beans wins top international design award

Inside Industry Beans, Fitzroy.

Fitzroy cafe-roastery Industry Beans has won the best UK and International Cafe award at the 2013-2014 British Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.

Food News | Matt Holden | Fri Sep 26 15:12:09 EST 2014

Canberra Times Good Food Month program: October 1-14

Morks: Explore the street food of the Issan province in north-east Thailand for Good Food Month.

Here is a list of events for The Canberra Times Good Food Month during October.

Good Food,Food News | | Fri Sep 26 14:33:56 EST 2014