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Around the World with Eighty Reds
[ 0 ] August 20, 2013

Around the World with Eighty Reds

Two Thursdays ago I was invited by Merivale’s Group Sommelier, Franck Moreau, and Ivy’s Philippa Whitting to experience a trip around the world like no other. I’ve never really been the kind of person to try and squeeze too much travel into a short space of time, but for a few hours on this Thursday, […]

10 Questions with Kerri Glassock
[ 0 ] August 20, 2013

10 Questions with Kerri Glassock

As Sydney’s Fringe Festival draws closer, we thought it’d be the perfect time to sit down and chat with Kerri Glassock, the spokesperson for this year’s festival. Since its inception, Kerri has performed and produced work each year for the festival. We’ve sussed out this year’s most anticipated events, how to make the most of […]

10 Questions with Pepe Saya
[ 0 ] August 13, 2013

10 Questions with Pepe Saya

   1.    What is the difference between cultured butter, which you make, and regular butter? With the butter I make: Cultured Butter’ – I add a good lactic Bacteria to the cream so that it is rich in Lactobacillus (AKA probiotic bacteria) which enhances the Diacytel (the smell of butter) flavour and smell. So basically […]

10 Questions with Luke Hines and Scott Gooding
[ 0 ] August 6, 2013

10 Questions with Luke Hines and Scott Gooding

As the City2Surf draws closer, we thought we’d have a chat with My Kitchen Rules’ favourites, Luke Hines and Scott Gooding. Lovers of good food and cooking up a storm in the kitchen, they are also personal trainers. We’ve got some hot tips from them for those running the City2Surf, as well as some of […]

Mojo Wine Bar by Luke Mangan
[ 0 ] July 31, 2013

Mojo Wine Bar by Luke Mangan

There are annoying things about any job. For a DJs it’s getting songs stuck in your head you can’t shake. For a stylist it could be that pair of boots you can’t stop thinking about. For a professional foodie one of the hardest things is when a dish rocks your tastebuds in such a way […]

The Bank Hotel Competition
[ 44 ] July 31, 2013

The Bank Hotel Competition

Here’s the deal: we’ve got two food and beverage vouchers to give away at the value of $150 at Newtown’s The Bank Hotel. Want to win them? Silly question. To enter, tell us (in 25 words or less) the best gift you’ve ever received and why. Most creative answer wins. Two winners will selected and […]

Angel & Ash, Sydney
[ 0 ] July 31, 2013

Angel & Ash, Sydney

Turn left into Angel Place off George Street, and you could be forgiven for thinking you’re entering a dead zone. The street appears empty, whilst the backs of bars and restaurants hum in the distance. Open any ‘back door’ however, and you’ll discover a collection of hot restaurants and bars that thrive on their not-so-secret […]

The Carrington’s New Breakfast Menu
[ 1 ] July 24, 2013

The Carrington’s New Breakfast Menu

The Carrington in Surry Hills is your old-fashioned neighbourhood pub with good food and good vibes. This pub-come-restaurant sits proudly on a quieter corner of Bourke St, away from the masses and certainly holding its own since it re-opened mid 2011. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d walked into the wrong place for breakfast (like […]

The Eastern Launches Three New Venues
[ 0 ] July 24, 2013

The Eastern Launches Three New Venues

Last Tuesday night The Eastern Hotel in Bondi Junction held a VIP Launch and sensory food and drink experience of its revamped and renovated three new levels. I suggest you start on the ground floor and work your way up to get a real feel for each destinations, just as we did. The Publican We […]

10 Questions with James Nathan
[ 0 ] July 15, 2013

10 Questions with James Nathan

From white-collar to Chef whites, James Nathan is a passionate foodie with a desire to help small family farms and producers. Introducing his original concept: Food Orbit, a group of chefs who support local farmers whilst helping consumers understand what they’re eating and where it comes from. Food Orbit’s vision is for every café, restaurant, hotel, […]

Special Offer with James Halliday and Wine Companion Products
[ 0 ] July 15, 2013

Special Offer with James Halliday and Wine Companion Products

  James Halliday is Australia’s most respected and trusted wine critic, renowned for his editorial independence, incredible wine vocabulary and his encyclopaedic knowledge. James’ portfolio is available on the ever-popular Wine Companion Annual, iPhone apps and the recently release of James’ newest endeavour, James Hallidays’ Wine Companion magazine, packed with all you need across food, wine […]

10 Questions with Mitchell Taylor + Wine Fridge Competition
[ 28 ] July 9, 2013

10 Questions with Mitchell Taylor + Wine Fridge Competition

We recently caught up with Mitchell Taylor of Taylor Wines to chat about his philosophy on wine, how you can tell a good wine and the age old debate of cork vs cap. 1. What is the most popular type of wine produced in Clare Valley and why? Clare Valley is internationally renowned for its […]

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