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La Grande Bouffe alumni launch ventures

Former staffers from La Grande Bouffe in Rozelle are reinvigorating Sydney's food scene.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Jul 28 23:25:08 EST 2014

Four Seasons keeps mum on Pei Modern spin-off

Mark Best's bistro spin-off is ripe for a Sydney launch despite silence from the Four Seasons Hotel.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Jul 28 23:24:20 EST 2014

Double Bay InterContinental revamp to include grill restaurant

With Sake restaurant confirming it will open in Double Bay, details are now emerging about the food plans upstairs from the Japanese restaurant's Cross Street digs.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Jul 28 23:23:24 EST 2014

Former Mezzaluna site seeks new star

The Potts Point site, home to stalwart Mezzaluna, is poised to be reinvented by Sydney's generation next.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Jul 28 23:22:08 EST 2014

Brisbane bartenders proud as punch

Adam Meredith's entry 'Hipsters Ruin Everything'.

Four Brisbane bartenders reach the finals of a hot gin punch cocktail competition.

Food News | Graze | Mon Jul 28 16:24:07 EST 2014

Superfood superstars

Acai bowl

Kefir, chlorella, scoby, tibicos, fermentos, lactobacillus … Oh come on people, do keep up; these are some of the hottest words in superfoods right now.

Food News | Elissa McCallum | Mon Jul 28 03:00:00 EST 2014

Greg Johnson's science behind Canberra gardens

Greg Johnson with his early editions of  <i>Canberra Gardener</i> and home-made pumpkin scones.

Greg Johnson, of Aranda, has had a deep connection with all things plants since the age of nine, writes Susan Parsons.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Mon Jul 28 00:15:00 EST 2014

Cook-at-home meal kits on the rise as second business enters Australian market

Michelle Honan and her husband Paul Lonergan with their sons Oliver (eldest) and Harry who subscribe to meal kit services where fresh raw ingredients are delivered weekly for their evening meals.
26th July 2014
Photo: Wolter Peeters
The Sydney Morning Herald

A booming number of families have abandoned their weekly grocery runs, instead opting for services that drop a box of recipe cards and fresh, pre-measured ingredients at their doorstep each week.

Food News | Esther Han | Sun Jul 27 00:15:00 EST 2014

Shewry, Perry and Gilmore team up for Restaurant Australia gala dinner

From left: Peter Gilmore, Ben Shewry and Neil Perry.

Multi-toqued trio will team up in the kitchen for the first time for Restaurant Australia's Invite the World to Dinner event.

Food News | Callan Boys | Sat Jul 26 00:02:51 EST 2014

Just open: Jardin Tan, Royal Botanic Gardens

Banh mi at Jardin Tan.

Shannon Bennett's kiosk is loaded up with Vietnamese favourites including banh mi, pho and dragonfruit doughnuts.

Food News | Simone Egger | Fri Jul 25 14:30:44 EST 2014

Silo by Joost becomes bone broth canteen Brothl

Silo by Joost has become Brothl.

No-waste CBD cafe becomes a high-end soup canteen using luxe base ingredients rescued from some of Australia's finest restaurants.

Food News | Cathy Gowdie | Fri Jul 25 13:03:46 EST 2014

Aroma coffee festival hits the Rocks in Sydney

Double Roasters

Bean boffins, latte lovers, and coffee connoisseurs are set to get their Rocks off at the Aroma coffee festival this weekend.

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 25 11:48:10 EST 2014

You're eating what? Ten of the weirdest additives in food

Jelly bean thumb

Arsenic, insect bodies or even wood - the next time you're munching on your favourite sneaky snack, take a moment to consider what you're really eating.

Food News | Megan Johnston | Fri Jul 25 09:00:50 EST 2014

Golden Circle juice maker reveals secret ingredients: beef and alcohol

Golden Circle chilled juice bottle

When a Melbourne man asked a fruit juice maker about the exact ingredients in his favourite juice, he was shocked by the details that came pouring back.

Food News | Beau Donelly | Thu Jul 24 16:48:27 EST 2014

My weekend with Antonio Carluccio


Antonio Carluccio might be a star in the world of food television, but he fits in just as well on a scrubby truffle farm near Braidwood. He talks with Kirsten Lawson.

Food News | Kirsten Lawson | Wed Jul 23 00:15:00 EST 2014

South Bank traders 'pushed out' of riverside precinct

Long-serving South Bank restaurateurs, cafe owners and traders claim they are being "pushed out" of the riverside precinct.

Food News | Marissa Calligeros | Wed Jul 23 00:01:00 EST 2014

Morsels: Lucky 13 porter, fiver4food winner, Poacher's Pantry tour

A selection of tasty news items from Canberra's food and wine scene.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Tue Jul 22 19:13:18 EST 2014

Melbourne v Sydney: Chefs face off for Florey charity dinner

Scott Pickett will captain the Melbourne contingent.

Top chefs will face off for the Florey Culinary Charity Challenge to see which city's cuisine reigns supreme.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Jul 22 03:00:00 EST 2014

Trends: what is almond milk and why are people going nuts for it?

An almond milk latte at Patch

Step aside, soy, your time is up. Almond milk is here and it's winning new friends all over town.

Food News | Leanne Clancey | Tue Jul 22 03:00:00 EST 2014

Tasmanian ocean trout is perfect confit


Ocean trout is far superior in flavour and delicacy than salmon, writes Bryan Martin who is on a Tassie holiday.

Food News | Bryan Martin | Tue Jul 22 00:00:00 EST 2014