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Mango pops (with a hint of cayenne salt)

When mangoes are in season, Matt Moran can’t get enough of them. Take a look at his recipe to create delicious and refreshing Mango Pops with a hint of cayenne for a more grown-up taste. “I often buy them by the trayful, so apart from eating them without ceremony standing over the kitchen sink to […]

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Food Lover’s Route

So you’re a foodie? You’ve come to the right place. Below is a snapshot of who’ll be appearing at the Sydney Good Food & Wine Show this year. Spend the day trying and buying old favourites and brand new nibbles to take home and enjoy that evening. From Bunster’s Hot Sauce to Brazen Brownies you’re […]

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Cheese Lover’s Route

If you’re a cheese lover like us, the Good Food & Wine Show has plenty of opportunities for you to get your cheese on in Sydney. Tucker’s Natural Cheese Alley Buffalo mozzarella, cheddar, camembert, goat’s cheese and creamy brie. Whatever your preference, you can discover your new favourite in Tucker’s Natural Cheese Alley. Meander down […]

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Miguel's Gnocchi

Miguel’s Ricotta and Spinach Gnocchi with Burnt Butter Sauce

Ingredients 400g baby spinach, washed 400g goat’s milk ricotta, dry 150g Maestre Murcia al Vino cheese, finely grated 1/2 whole nutmeg, finely grated 2 free range eggs, lightly beaten 1 lemon, finely grated rind and juice 120g flour 50g unsalted butter 12 sage leaves 2 tbsp toasted pine nuts Method Heat a large frying pan […]

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Seasonal Produce – June

Oranges Naval oranges get their name from the depression at their base, which looks like a little orange belly button. These juicy fruits have sweet, mildly citrus flavoured flesh and vibrant orange colour. Often used as the benchmark to compare vitamin C levels in other foods, oranges are indeed a very good source of vitamin […]

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winter vegetable garden

Winter Vegetable Garden

As the cooler months approach its time to revitalise your vegetable patch with hearty root vegetables and some wintery favourites. To prep your garden bed for winter planting start by harvesting and removing any crops that won’t thrive in the cool winter months. Next, remove any weeds and work through some organic matter such as […]

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guide to cuts of beef

A Guide to Cuts of Beef

Your friendly neighbourhood butcher is a wealth of knowledge on the best cuts of beef for your kitchen, but when we are left adrift in the supermarket aisle it is easy to find ourselves staring blankly at the endless range of cuts available. T-bone and porterhouse look the same but cost different, so which one […]

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moody foods

Moody Foods

We all have that friend that just can’t deal with being hungry. As soon as their blood sugar drops they can’t help but get agitated and cranky. But the effect that food has on our mood goes far beyond hangry (hungry angry). Certain chemicals in food can stimulate and suppress our own brain chemistry, altering […]

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