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Having a special dietary requirement is now the norm, with seemingly everyone having an intolerance to some form of food group or another, reports SARAH PARKINSON.
MOVE over My Kitchen Rules, Masterchef Australia, Iron Chef and My Restaurant Rules; Iron Bartender 2013 is here! KATE BUDZYNSKI reports.
For five days in May, hundreds of South Australians will be raising money for people living in extreme poverty, by living off just $2 a day. TIFFANY LLOYD reports.
For those uneducated on the deliciousness that is churros, you are seriously missing out. ANGELA SCARFO reviews Melbourne Street’s Chocolate Taperia.
As the Mad March festival season comes to an end in Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is continuing the excitement with a festival all of their own. From 30 March – 7 April, the Barossa Vintage Festival is held across the region’s townships, celebrating what’s great about the Barossa. CHRISTOPHER MUNKER writes.
In the opening scene of Steven Poole’s book, we meet a ‘thirtyish hipster’ at a Food Rave. “I think the arancinis are not quite spicy enough,” he (thirtyish hipster) informs us with an eaten-it-all-before air. “Could have more flavour, not really exotic.” YAP TZU GING reviews.
Food is a huge part of modern Australian culture. As a nation, we collectively enjoy some iconic nosh, such as Vegemite, meat pies and lamingtons – plus who could forget the good old-fashioned barbecue? But do we have a national cuisine? ANGELA SCARFO has a look.
Dessert bars are significantly on the rise in Adelaide and are growing more and more in popularity by the day. Dessert is no longer treated as merely cake and coffee after a meal; it is a meal in itself. So, grab a friend and check out these places, writes ANGELA SCARFO.
Did you know that one in four Australian children are overweight or obese? Or that 75 per cent of parents of overweight and obese children do not recognise their child is unhealthy? BRITTANY VINEY looks at Run Around Australia program, a initiative that sees schools competing to have their exercise programs and canteen food revamped.
The annual Farm Day is offers families and individuals the chance to head out of the cities and experience firsthand what it takes to grow the produce that ends on our kitchen tables, writes NADIA BOSCAINI.