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Souperstar

Is there a lovelier spice than star anise? We don’t think so, and so it’s a pleasure to bring you this warm and delicate dish using this gorgeous spice as the perfect way to start your next dinner party, or simply impress your loved ones mid-week, why not?


Mushroom magic

With a mushroom disco and some cool robots, a very savvy Newbridge farmer hopes putting the fun into harvesting fungi might just help save the planet.


WINTER PLEASER

Bread and butter pudding, yes please!
Here’s a recipe your grandmother probably cooked. It’s stood the test of time, and for good reason too. There’s no better excuse to let the bread go stale than to save it up for this crowd-pleasing pud. Perfect for winter dinner parties, it’s cheap and cheerful and will feed an army. Then again, leftovers are oh so sweet. Bread and butter pudding for breakfast anyone? The raw ingredients qualify, so why not the hero dish? Delish.


Cool options

Sangria. It’s Spanish for: “Geez it’s hot, I need a delicious, fruity iced wine beverage.”


Creative culinary

Necessity was the mother of the invention of the Starving Artist Food Co. ... and Dr Scroll ... and a thriving catering business.


It’s about the good life

Rob and Luisa are proudly at the helm of the family business. Drawing on culture and traditional family values, the couple have a firm vision for the future of Bendigo Foodstore.


G’day Peter

Settled amongst the hills of Heathcote, Aussie artist and satirist Peter Russell-Clarke reflects on a life that is as unique and full of interest as his art.


Food at the cutting edge

Ungoverned by traditions and inspired by a melting pot of cultures, Bob Yam reflects on an industry boldly going where it’s never gone before.


Taste of the south

It’s been years in the making, but two food and beer enthusiasts are living the dream, dishing up American-style chicken to patrons from both here and abroad.