Food

‘We are unable to provide prawns’

There is currently an outbreak of white spot disease in Australia’s prawn supply. IF YOU’RE thinking of ordering a prawn dish from your local takeaway joint tonight, make sure you’ve got a second option in mind. Some Australian restaurants are struggling to cope with the ban on imported frozen green …

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10 things to eat in Brookvale

English Muffin, pies and crackers with fish of the day BROOKVALE is transforming, from a ragtag jumble of light industry to a vibrant mix of small businesses and new apartments, and the food available reflects the change. Are you hungry for inspiration? Follow us on Instagram BERKELO Chef Tom Eadie, …

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Where to chow down in Chinatown

Chinese New Year in Chinatown always offers big family meals. CHINESE New Year is a great way to celebrate family and friends and what better way to do that than with food. Head to Sydney’s Chinatown for some of the best. Are you hungry for inspiration? Follow us on Instagram …

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Cheeky message on receipt goes viral

Mark Simmons opened Kiwiana in Brooklyn in 2011. A NEW York City restaurant headed by a Kiwi chef is dishing up a dose of politics with his customers’ coffee, emblazoning receipts with a message referencing Donald Trump’s strict immigration policies. Mark Simmons, a chef who originally hails from Southland in …

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Frozen Oak Slurpees launch in Australia

Chocolate lovers unite, because this might be the ultimate gamechanger in Slurpees. CHOCOLATE lovers unite — because if you’re a fan of the Slurpee, this may be the ultimate gamechanger. Introducing … Frozen OAK. Combining chocolate flavoured milk, in a frozen Slurpee consistency, the Frozen Oak machines have been spotted …

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Introducing the new Allen’s lolly

IF YOUR daily dilemma is deciding whether you’re in the mood for chocolate or lollies, then this will make your day. In a contest to find Australia’s next favourite Allen’s lolly, sweet tooths from around the country were given the chance to cast their vote between three quirky concoctions. Choc …

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You’re cooking rice incorrectly

A chemical sometimes found in rice has been linked to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and developmental problems. HEALTHY eaters using rice as an alternative to roast potatoes or chips could be in danger of eating arsenic if they don’t cook it properly, experts have warned. The chemical has been linked …

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Would you pay $3200 for this entree?

If this entree is anything to go by, roses won’t cut it this Valentine’s Day. LOVE is the most expensive gift of all, if this menu item is anything to go by. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, couples around the world take the occasion to show love and …

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What are the white lines in raw chicken?

Compassion in World Farming, a US-based charity, has revealed what the white lines in raw chicken actually mean. CHICKEN is lean, versatile and supposedly healthy. But as a result of changing practices in poultry farming, the white meat may not be as good for us as it once was. White …

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What the hell does that mean?

Red claw yabbies with lemon jam, cultured cream and buckwheat pikelets from Bennelong restaurant at the Sydney Opera House. Picture: Toby Zerna DO YOU know what a mirepoix is? How about a salmaguni or beignet? Don’t worry, we’ve got no idea either. These are three of the most misunderstood menu …

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