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beers of the world

Beers of the World

With so many different types of beer available it can be easy to reach for the ‘safe option’, but this could mean that you are missing out on a whole world of delicious beer styles! So next time you’re deliberating at the beer fridge, be a little adventurous and let your tastebuds travel the globe […]

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cocktail garnishes

Pimp my Cocktail

Just like cake needs icing and a roast requires gravy, a good cocktail deserves to be garnished. More than simply a decorative flourish, a garnish can make all the difference to a cocktail, adding another dimension of colour, texture, aroma and flavour to your drink. When mixing drinks at home we generally don’t bother with […]

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marvellous matcha

Marvellous Matcha

Coffee could soon be green with envy as a new super food challenges its reign as the brew of choice in cafes across the globe. That’s right, matcha madness has taken hold as one of this year’s biggest foodie trends and it is popping up in everything from lattes, to soups and desserts. So what’s […]

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Seasonal Produce – April

Mushrooms There are so many weird and wonderful varieties of mushrooms of many different shapes and sizing, and ranging in flavour from delicate to rich. In Australia, the most common types you will find in the supermarket are button, cup, flat, portobello, brown, shitake and enoki. Mushrooms are very low in fat and high in […]

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guide to sugar

Guide to Sugar

Sugar is an essential ingredient in the miracle of baking. Not only does it make our favourite treats taste sweet and delicious, it also feeds yeast to create that all important rise. However, our love of sugar is often conflicted by a vast amount of evidence that links it to obesity and diabetes, and current […]

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super seaweed

Super Seaweed

In the last few years seaweed has made the transition from major ick factor to the ultimate super food, and one of the biggest global trends to sweep the food industry. Used in traditional Japanese cooking for centuries, the Australian culinary scene has only just recently begun to explore a greater use of this slimy […]

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Seasonal Produce – March

Peaches Peachy keen peaches are lusciously fragrant and juicy stone fruits, from the same family as plums and apricots. Their soft fuzzy skin is dappled in the colours of autumn, from yellow to deep reds, while its flesh is yellow and studded by a large seed. Native to China, peaches have a strong significance in […]

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store open wine

How to Store Open Wine

Is there a more devastating moment than realising the half bottle of wine you have been saving in the fridge has gone bad? On the rare occasion that you can’t finish a bottle, it’s important to know your wine storage basics to ensure that not a single drop is wasted. So how long can you keep […]

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