South Indian vegetable curry with coconut

February 17, 2017
When I met my now husband he said he “wasn’t really into food”. Considering how high food is on my list of life priorities, it is nothing short of a miracle that we made it […]

At Home with Catherine Wait

September 2, 2016
Rozelle resident and pole dancer Catherine Wait (AKA Missy) is starring in her very own fringe festival show, featuring coffee, incredible circus skills and did we mention coffee? You are performing your show about ‘Love, […]

Veg Out

July 7, 2016
Samantha Hayes explains why the Inner West is a great place to go meat-free. One month ago, after 19 years of eating meat daily, I began to think about the sustainability and ethics of what […]

A meatless day keeps the doctor away

April 14, 2016
In recent months, WHO (World Health Organisation) has released the shocking news that consuming processed meat and red meat increases the risk of cancers, including bowel cancer. In other words, we need to eat less […]

At home with Gabe Jones

March 17, 2016
Gabrielle “Journey MC” Jones is a Stanmore personality well known for her joyous and action-provoking poetry and good cooking. Why did you start writing poetry? When did you start performing it? I’ve always been fascinated […]

Vegetable Wontons

March 25, 2015
Michael Pollan (a very wise man) famously once said, “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” To this day, it’s still the most sanely put approach to food we can adopt, in a world where […]

Ban Xeo (Vietnamese savoury pancake)

December 2, 2013
One of the Inner West’s biggest drawing cards is its Vietnamese culture. From verdant green grocers, to epic queues around the block for ‘the good’ Banh Mi, Vietnamese culture has pervaded our corner of the […]