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A love affair that blossomed between two-hatted chef Giovanni Pilu and Pecora Dairy from the Southern Highlands at The Sydney Morning Herald Growers' Markets in 2012 will be rekindled this weekend as...
Food News | Short black | Tue Feb 25 03:00:00 EST 2014
No longer a collection of gunked-up bottles shoved behind the counter, the sauce bottle is taking pride of place on cafe tables, adding sass to classic dishes.
Food News | Annabel Smith | Tue Feb 25 03:00:00 EST 2014
Melbourne Food & Wine Festival kicks off this Friday. Wondering where to begin? Dive in with Epicure's weekly guide of festival events.
Food News | Sarina Lewis | Tue Feb 25 03:00:00 EST 2014
The Queen Victoria Market precinct is positioning itself as caffeine central, with Market Lane Coffee preparing to open their fourth outlet.
Food News | Espresso | Tue Feb 25 03:00:00 EST 2014
The Spit has spat out more than its share of failed restaurants, but one chef is quietly building an empire on its sandy shores.
Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:19 EST 2014
This year is quickly turning into Sydney's year of the restaurant spin-off.
Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:09 EST 2014
Justin Hemmes fell for its charms and opened Papi Chulo, now Manly has nabbed Bo Hinzack, the talented former owner of Mosman's The Penny Royal.
Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:39 EST 2014
While Claude's had just four sets of owners in 37 years, the restaurant that replaced it has its second owner in just a few months.
Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:59 EST 2014
The Boathouse Balmoral is currently closed for eat-in dining due to seating issues.
Food News | Short black | Mon Feb 24 11:41:50 EST 2014
It is rumoured to be called the Wharf Lane Precinct and will be located on Sussex Street.
Food News | Short black | Mon Feb 24 09:41:57 EST 2014
It's pink, fizzy and coming soon to a dinner party near you. Moscato, once considered the daggy aunt of the sparkling wine family, is enjoying a revival as producers jump to meet the huge growth in...
Food News | Rachel Olding | Sun Feb 23 03:00:00 EST 2014
A banquet of bounty awaits food and wine festival-goers.
Food News | Dani Valent | Sun Feb 23 03:00:00 EST 2014
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival events include a mussel festival, Mad Men moves, scientific experiments, sweets and how to fly fish.
Food News | Justine Costigan | Sat Feb 22 03:00:00 EST 2014
Prix Fixe, Melbourne's first ticketed dining venue, has opened.
Food News | Hilary McNevin | Fri Feb 21 13:26:50 EST 2014
Celebrity pastry chef Adriano Zumbo has joined forces with Tim Tam to release three new flavours.
Food News | Bites | Thu Feb 20 16:04:23 EST 2014
Instagram @goodfoodAU your best black and white food shot (using a filter is fine) using the hashtag #goodfoodcomp and be in the running to win a ticket to a six-hour food photography workshop with...
Food News | | Thu Feb 20 12:17:02 EST 2014
Lettuces are historically a cool-season vegetable but there are some varieties that can survive the hot summer.
Food News | Owen Pidgeon | Wed Feb 19 03:00:00 EST 2014
For Suri Talip, gardening has a spiritual side, writes Susan Parsons.
Food News | Susan Parsons | Wed Feb 19 00:01:00 EST 2014
After a century of peddling sweet treats, Australia's first chocolatier, Ernest Hillier, has joined the long list of famous food companies to fall into foreign hands.
Food News | Mark Hawthorne | Tue Feb 18 15:50:30 EST 2014
Many years ago, wheat farmer Doug Cush was in Italy selling wheat. When a buyer for one of the large pasta manufacturers asked him where he was from, Cush told him somewhere between Narrabri and...
Cook,Food News | Barbara Sweeney | Tue Feb 18 03:00:00 EST 2014