This new bar on the block hums to its own tune, and that’s a good thing. The food is outstanding. The wine? Well that’s another story.
“Why don’t we do Julie and Julia, but with Heston?” I asked. Not long after, we were planning a dinner party starring two of Heston’s ‘home cooking’ dishes.
Wobbly Boot refers to the shape of the land, and the clever graphic on their wine labels instantly took me back to my childhood and Gulliver’s Travels.
Have you hesitated from cooking mussels at home? Don’t! They’re the easiest thing to cook on earth. Bronwyn at Bangor shows you how.
AAAAH! Sunday brunch! A favourite time of the week for me and my friends, and obviously a lot of other people around Australia. And in Hobart, as in any other largish town here in Oz, we’re spoilt for choice. Ginger Brown has been quietly doing its thing for a while now, and wow! They’re still…
Dylan has a passion for hand-made, well-used and loved knives. Each one comes with a story or twenty, and Dylan takes his role as custodian seriously.
Louis decided he’d show me how to cook one of his favourite dishes. A southern Chinese version of the ubiquitous fried rice.
There’s only one restaurant in Hobart that actually has ducks hanging in the window, and that’s Chinese Tasty BBQ in Sandy Bay.
In this beautiful autumn weather, it seemed a very good idea to do a wine trail through the Coal River Valley – one of the best wine trails in Australia.
Society – great name for a bar, and good location. So what’s wrong? The owners don’t understand the meaning of the business they’re in.