Friday Food Tip #317: a tip from Jamie Oliver for making duck crispy and delicious.
Chefs Matt Golinski, Alastair McLeod, Manu Feildel and Glen Barratt put on a very special ‘Dinner With Friends’ as part of the Noosa Food & Wine Festival.
Meat, by Victor Churchill butcher Anthony Puharich, is undoubtedly the most comprehensive work on meat to have ever been published in Australia, if not the world.
On May 25, Wandering Cooks will host Unknown Pleasures, an afternoon of cellar door tastings in the heart of Brisbane. Here’s a great opportunity to taste wine from some terrific small producers, all in one spot.
Wednesday Wine Pick: Cat Amongst The Pigeons 2017 Fat Cat Barossa Shiraz, a bold, full-flavoured red.
Wednesday Wine Pick: Yalumba 2018 Eden Valley Chardonnay., a great match for many dishes.
Which is better? Seeing glow worms in the wild at O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat or visiting the Glow Worm Caves at Cedar Creek Estate?
Seafood Freshtival is running until May 31 at The Star Gold Coast and Treasury Brisbane, and until June 23 at The Star Sydney.
Witches Falls Cottages, on Tamborine Mountain, couldn’t be more appropriately named because the seven little stone cottages almost hidden from view by lush vegetation are really rather magical.
Tamborine Mountain Distillery is under new ownership with a new location but it retains much of the artisanal charm that everyone knew and loved.
North Queensland’s beautiful, mysterious Paronella Park forms an evocative backdrop for Celeste, a film by Brisbane writer and director Ben Hackworth.
Fortune flavours the brave. Noosa’s first brewery, Land & Sea, now has a distillery attached to it, and its Fortune Gin is already getting people’s attention.