The Junior Gourmet, a children’s cookbook written by Melbourne chef, Elizabeth Long, has recently been awarded first prize for ‘World’s Best Children and Family Cookbook’ by the popular Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris.
Miss Peaches is the Newtown bar hopping scene’s most anticipated newcomer; a blues infused bar offering music, rustic cocktails and an extensive menu of homecooked soul food that will knock yo’ bubba’s socks off.
Sorting through Melbourne's foodie scene can be a chore. New Gourmet Melbourne cuts straight to the chase. It’s a snapshot of where Melbourne is at right now as a leading foodie destination - which means you'll never miss a mouthful, anywhere.
Steeped in British tradition and honouring its classic heritage, Tiffin at The Langham is Sydney’s premier destination for guests to enjoy the timeless ritual of afternoon tea in the opulent Globe Bar & Brasserie and Galileo Restaurant.
Chocolate, it seems, is becoming a serious business in Melbourne. But where should you go to find the best quality chocolate products, created by true artisans? Robyn Box highlights the sweetest things in Melbourne's chocolate scene.
The Orange Region in NSW is becoming increasingly well known for its range of innovative and elegant cool climate wines, and chefs Tony Worland of Tonic and Shaun Arantz of Racine Restaurant are hosting a fun afternoon over a long lunch.
Did you know that dogs bring Australians the most joy, cricket is our most joyful National sport and hitting the beach and shopping top our list of joyful activities? Releasing initial findings from its Joy Report research project, Cadbury Dairy Milk is also bringing some serious joy to six lucky Australians.
Italian gelato institution RivaReno has now opened its doors in Darlinghurst - its first store outside of Italy, and the first of its kind in Australia. Gastronomic critics continue to praise RivaReno gelato for its all natural ingredients, freshness, purity, intense flavours and overall superior quality.
Treasury Gardens in Melbourne is set to come alive with all-things-dumplings for Chan's Dumpling Festival, where guests will enjoy delicious Cantonese delicacies on communal dining tables set amongst vibrant entertainment.
The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival will rediscover its roots with earth-inspired events for the whole family. Over 17 days, foodies of all ages can enjoy an array of edible entertainment including hands-on events, world food markets and regional fare for kids and grown-ups alike.
Free of the shackles of Melbourne cool, Bendigo restaurateurs and food lovers are happily skipping around the boundaries of culinary couture developing a number of fresh, wonderful and wacky events to tickle visitors fancy and taste buds.
The world may be ending on December the 21st, according to the Mayan calendar, but there will still be time for Melburnians to enjoy great food before it does with Guzman y Gomez (GYG) Mexican Taquería giving away their Burritos for free on Thursday 20th.