At home with… Fouad Kassab

September 30, 2014
Chef and writer Fouad Kassab rose to Sydney fame with ‘The Food Blog’, which documented his journey through Australia’s cooking culture after moving here from his native town of Jbeil in Lebanon. Fouad is the […]

Is the sausage sizzle an endangered species?

September 30, 2014
Nowadays many of us are living and bringing up children in very densely populated urban environments, like apartment blocks, but are somehow trapped in what I call the ‘neighbour paradox’ which sees us living closer […]

Wine with Winsor – 243

September 30, 2014
Affordable chardy Sandalford 2014 Margaret River Chardonnay A terrific fresh, young chardonnay from one of the premier producers in Western Australia, this is a wine for those who enjoy their chardonnays fruit-driven and food friendly. Stone […]

A palatable party

September 29, 2014
During the final months of 2014, Ashfield Council will be showcasing the three gems in its culinary crown – Ashfield, Haberfield and Summer Hill. A veritable trifecta of delicious destinations, the 2014 Feast of Flavours […]

Snaps – 243

September 29, 2014
Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au. Thanks to Cara Cumming for the Millers Point Picnic shots.

Rant: the spread of Americana

September 29, 2014
Sydney’s Americana bar scene is sliding its grease-laden ways into the restaurants and bistros of the Inner West. On any night of the week, keen customers can visit a grungy New York dive, a low-lit […]

Roadtest: Be a Breakfast Sheik

September 29, 2014
With long-time favourite Efendy, in Balmain, winning the best breakfast in the 2014 Good Food Guide, I thought I’d check out a few more places around the Inner West where you can satisfy your morning […]

Lotus burger

September 29, 2014
A sneak peak at Mr Hong’s new cookbook co-written by our very own Melissa Leong The patties: 400g grain-fed beef brisket 400g grain-fed beef chuck, excess fat removed 200g dry-aged beef fat The caramelised onions: […]

Righteous Rightie – 243

September 29, 2014
Righteous Rightie savours the sweet fruits of vindication as the clash of civilisations he’s long predicted begins to unfold. Dear RR – After years of being mocked as a “ragheads under the bed conspiracy theorist” […]

Inner West Whispers – 243

September 29, 2014
Emma’s re-proportioned, troubling bridges and it’s business time • The glutinous feast-a-thon that was once Emma’s on Liberty has now been repackaged and rolled to the size of a haloumi kebab, as a Snackbar. The makeover […]
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