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Australia – Australian Food News offers news, opinion & facts about the food business in both Australia & overseas.
- Few meals truly hit the spot like a fresh, gooey toasted sandwich and a well-made coffee. Slinging exceptional brews and toasties that will have you re-thinking the Aussie staple, Prahran’s newest cafe, Head Honcho, is out to prove just that. Sitting in a secluded spot just off Chapel Street, you’ll find the small, yet ambitious […]
- Popular Melbourne patisserie LuxBite – creators of the famous MasterChef Lolly Bag Cake that broke the internet in 2013 – has new owners, but dessert devotees are being reassured they’ll still be able to indulge in the café’s vibrant macarons and stunning designer cakes. Recently celebrating a decade of satisfying the city’s sweet tooths with […]
- HBC and DKSH announce a Pan-Asian exclusive collaboration for distribution of HBC branded products including across China, India, Japan & KoreaHofseth BioCare (“HBC”) is delighted to announce it has signed a comprehensive exclusive distribution contract with DKSH for HBC’s marine branded products. The agreement covers ten territories across Asia including Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India. DKSH will also have the right to sell “white labelled” finished products across the […]
- National Health and Medical Research Council confirms new national guidelines for reducing the health risks from drinking alcohol. The guidelines are the result of four years of extensive review of the evidence on the harms and benefits of drinking alcohol. They replace the previous version, published in 2009. They will underpin policy decisions and public […]
- When thinking of affordable Asian food in Melbourne, what comes to mind are no-frills venues with quick, indifferent service from no-nonsense waiters. Not so at Chinatown’s newest pan-Asian restaurant, Niübi! Instead, sitting high in the middle of the CBD, you’ll find an ultra-modern, inviting space offering a refreshing reincarnation of the Asian dining experience that […]
Adelaide Food Central – Adelaide Food Central is dedicated to bringing you all things food related from Adelaide, Australia
- Upon first entering the website of Oleaceae Restaurant & Café, you will find that the pronunciation of its name is stressed as “Oh-Lee-See-Ya,” and I’m sure we will see ya dining at Oleaceae in no time at all! This Mediterranean inspired, family-owned restaurant is situated on Gawler Street in Mount Barker and well worth the drive for any… […]
- There is another reason to cheers the New Year with the official launch of the Hidden Brew Taphouse in Adelaide’s East End. Launching on Friday, The Hidden Brew Taphouse offers a specially curated selection of South Australia craft beers, including eight local tipples on tap at any one time and various beer-based cocktails. The initial… […]
- 100 metres from the beach or 100 metres from Italy… This was the question we were left pondering as we wandered out of this beautiful café; the hottest new coffee spot to join the numerous cafes already at Henley Beach. Located on Marlborough Street in the beachside suburb of Henley Beach, the Ocean Wave Pizza… […]
- With the latest lockdown postponing its official opening; Lake Breeze is giving 200 lucky brides and grooms the first glimpse of its new $1.8 million wedding and event venue at Langhorne Creek. Couples will get the chance to explore the new Barrel Room at Lake Breeze’s first wedding open day on the 24th of January,… […]
- Located within the Adelaide Hills, the 5NINES Distillery is a hidden gem, producing world-class whisky. David Pearse and Steven Griguol are the founding duo behind 5Nines Distilling, who have just released a limited run of their very first Single Cask Whisky range. For the last four years, Steven and David have been passionately crafting their… […]
All About Food, A journey to find the finest food and reviewed restaurants in Sydney, Australia.
- This Kaffir Lime Cake recipe is easy to follow. It only takes less than an hour to bake. You can substitute kaffir lime with any citrus. The post Kaffir Lime Cake Recipe appeared first on All About Food.
- For this edition, we went to Darlinghurst to try one of the legendary restaurants in the area, Una's. I've heard about them The post Una’s Darlinghurst appeared first on All About Food.
- After a month or so downtime, we're back writing with a buffet place so affordable you would want to come back for more! The post Kushi Bankstown appeared first on All About Food.
- If you live around Hurlstone Park train station, you must have noticed this corner cafe just opposite the station. Kylon Eatery is a The post Kylon Eatery appeared first on All About Food.
- Koku Culture Cafe is located at the far end of the Ashfield shopping strip towards the junction to Croydon. This little Japanese The post Koku Culture Cafe appeared first on All About Food.
England BBC Good Food – Keep up to date with the Culinary World Daily food inspiration from Britain’s no1 food media.
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- From hot cross bun cupcakes to a chocolatey wreath and Simnel-spiced cupcakes flavoured with grated marzipan, check out our top 10 cupcakes to bake at Easter.
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The Curry Guy – Freelance food writer Dan Toombs shares his love of Indian food and curries.
- Making restaurant style chicken chaat is both quick and easy. This is the chicken chaat from my cookbook ‘The Curry Guy Bible’ but done in a curry house portion. My books mostly feature curry house recipes in family sizes but so often I get asked how to make them in Indian restaurant portions. It’s not… […]
- Aloo gobi done restaurant style! This one you have to try! Cauliflower and potato curry or aloo gobi is delicious served as a side dish or main course. The famous curry is hugely popular in India but here I wanted to give you the British version. This is just like the amazing aloo gobi curries… […]
- Like curry house style vegetable samosas? You’ll love these! Who doesn’t love a good samosa? I must order them every time I go out for a curry. The problem is I like samosas like these vegetable samosas a little too much. Paying what is usually a quite steep price for three samosas on a plate… […]
- Simple and delicious… You’ve got to try this saag paneer recipe! Saag paneer is such an amazing curry! I just love it. This is also one of my favourite saag paneer recipes. You could just add the paneer raw but in this saag paneer you marinate the cheese overnight and then fry it. This takes… […]
- Try something new… This authentic onion bhaji curry is amazing! If you like onion bhajis, then you’ve simply got to try this onion bhaji curry! This is a recipe from my new cookbook ‘The Curry Guy Bible’, where it is called onion pakora curry. Onion bhajis are actually onion pakoras in India but here in… […]
British British Food: A History, my blog that attempts to tell the history of Britain through its food and food cultures.
- Happy New Year! I hope you aren’t too hungover. Mine was low key. I drank cider and made this massive Spotted Dick. 2020 is finally over, and 2021 is here. I hope the blog has been a bit of escapism … Continue reading →
- Merry Christmas readers! It’s time for my annual Yuletide boozy drink recipe. This year Christmas is a very different one, of course, scaled back so much many of us are spending it on our own of the first time, and … Continue reading →
- It’s getting close to Christmas and I am sure that many of you are starting to plan what food you will making for the big day. I try and give you a Christmas recipe every year and I narrowed things … Continue reading →
- Here we go…the third part in my trilogy of posts about muffins and crumpets. Of the two, muffins do seem to be the most labile of the tea cakes: sometimes they are a crumpet in all but name, and other … Continue reading →
- Last week I published a post all about how muffins and crumpets lie on a rather fluid continuum when you look at the from an historical perspective: names, methods and ingredients have all changed and been swapped which is very … Continue reading →
Patisserie Makes Perfect – Learning French patisserie – A patisserie food blog covering patisserie
- I love mince pies and every year I make a batch using homemade mincemeat and homemade candied peel. The flavour is so much better when you make your own and every year I try to make some form of twist … Continued
- I am a big fan of Guylian Chocolate Sea Shells and I have contributed to their Finishing Touches e-book on a number of occasions. This Festive collection is full of some amazing recipes for you to bake over the Christmas … Continued
- I had three attempts at different lardy cake recipes until I got it right. I wanted a lardy cake that would taste like the ones from my childhood, purchased from bakeries that no longer exist. The first lardy cake I … Continued
- Two apple recipes in a row! I hope it’s not too much for some of you, obviously anyone that isn’t a fan of apples will have been completely put off by these last two posts. I’m afraid you have my … Continued
- How is everyone doing? Strange times indeed, but one thing that is for certain, nature hasn’t changed at all despite what is going on around us. The areas where I walk my dog Dylan have carried on as normal this … Continued