Chicken liver pate with port wine jelly

July 8, 2013

Pâté has to be one of life’s best little luxuries, particularly in winter when paired with a good glass of wine, some crusty bread and cornichons to cut the richness. Add to that the fact […]

Jared on… being green

June 28, 2013

‘Local,’ ‘seasonal’ and ‘sustainable’ – it’s true that just one of these words alone carries weight when it comes to discussions about ethical food and eating, but they can each have a raft of interpretations. […]

Gluten free brownies with salted dulce de leche

June 28, 2013

The idea of a ‘guilt free dessert’ implies…well, that you should normally feel guilty about eating sweets. This, for the record, is a most ridiculous notion. If however, you feel like being a little more […]

Breakfast Bowls

June 18, 2013

Eggs and bacon: best mates till the end of time. Occasionally though, it’s important to slip a few other ingredients in there to up the health factor…and also to make life a bit more interesting. […]

Jared Ingersoll: What do you own?

June 6, 2013

Intellectual property laws are a rather interesting and relatively new phenomenon that seems to be slowly creeping up and becoming more controlling to the way that we live our modern lives, although many people simply […]

Salty Goodness

May 20, 2013

I love learning and sharing new facts about food, although sometimes you have to take certain information about food and fad diets with a grain of salt. Speaking of salt… Did you know? 79.7 years […]

Choose Your Own Adventure Cake

May 17, 2013

This week’s recipe is brought to you by Alexx Stuart. Everyone needs an easy, go to, crowd-pleasing cake. From tea and cake in the afternoon with the mum-in-law, to kids lunch box filler, to being […]

Foodie Philosophy

May 5, 2013

In Newcastle recently, there was the 19th Australian Symposium of Gastronomy, which is an excellent thing in itself. However, this year on the day that the Symposium weekend concluded, it was the launch of the […]

Green Tomato and Olive Dip

April 30, 2013

A recent trip to Tasmania turned up all kinds of fantastic and strange produce, including fantastic tomatillos – a member of the nightshade family, which looks like a green tomato growing within a papery husk. […]

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