Italian Panforte

July 22, 2016

Panforte (‘strong bread’ in Italian) is a rich, dense fruitcake made with honey, nuts and spices. Traditionally served at Christmas, it is eaten after dinner with coffee or vin santo. I figure it’s basically muesli […]

At Home with AdrianMcKinty

April 15, 2016

Crime writer Adrian McKinty shares his love of Guinness, Irish stew and whiskey with his novels’ protagonist, Detective Inspector Sean Duffy, a Catholic cop cracking cases during the Troubles. You are originally from Northern Ireland, […]

At home with Tim Silverwood

March 18, 2016

Founder of Take 3, Tim Silverwood is an environmental advocate and keen surfer who encourages waste reduction. How did you become an environmental activist? I studied sustainability at university and always wanted to work in […]

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 […]

Breakfast dhal

June 10, 2014

After all of my feasting while travelling through the USA, it became abundantly clear that my body needed a break when I simply couldn’t look at another piece of Canadian bacon or plate of creamy […]

Perfect Pancakes

March 14, 2014

OK, so Shrove Tuesday was last week but in my mind any excuse to eat pancakes is a good one. Sweet, savoury, or that very decadent combination of both (hello bacon and maple syrup!), pancakes […]

Slow-cooked eggs

September 20, 2013

I don’t think I ever thought I’d write a recipe telling you how to boil an egg. You know how to do that. There are handy little contraptions that tell you when your egg is […]

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. […]