There’s something wonderfully comforting about the humble sausage roll, and if you use a bit of imagination, it can be a delicious snack or finger food.
Quirky? Clever? Fun? It’s all of the above. A big welcome to this new kid on the block – The Quartermasters Arms in Hobart.
My mother always loved pork. She wanted a pet pig long before Esther the Wonder Pig became a thing. She’s 91, so pork clearly looked after her.
Where worlds collide, and tomorrow meets today, Kosaten throws us the twenty-first century on a tiny train. It’s a brave new world.
When I taught, I loved to stretch my pupils, and at one school, I put in place two extra items of homework every week: brain food and soul food.
Not tickled, really! I agonised over writing this before dishing up a scathing account of our night at the Tickled Rib. A few pointers might help.
When a very urbane, food loving fine art valuer and dealer comes to town, where to go? Aah… either Glass House, or Frank methinks.
Is it food, a story, or just punctuation? Some current food fads I wish would die… Have you got a favourite food fad you just hate? Here are a few of mine…
My stated aim of writing this blog about food and the food industry is to be kind and fair. But I agonised over this piece.
Paella is traditionally cooked on an open fire in Spain, with ingredients being whatever is in season, and to hand. This one is, however, special.