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Better food, cleverer kids

It looks like Jamie Oliver was right. That remarkable organisation, The American Association of Wine Economists, who prove to us such things as most people can’t tell the difference between $10 a bottle and $100 a bottle wine, and that the better the label the more we’ll pay, have branched...

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Fish

It’s peak season for both wild prawns from northern NSW and southeast Queensland and farmed ones from far north Queensland. These sweet little crustaceans help turn a light lunch of gazpacho into something more substantial at The Armoury Wharf Café (Blaxland Riverside Park, Jamieson St, Newington, Ph 9714 7513), a...

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Food News, November 24, 2011

Jamie in Sydney

When I told a friend — urban gardener, very green and also a chef — I was going to Jamie’s Italian, he paused and finally said, “There’s nothing I don’t like about Jamie Oliver.” I agree. He’s a no-fuss chef whose recipes are edible and doable,...

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Food News, October 13, 2011

How to win at The Star; news on Jamie’s arrival in town; cocktail celebration of various crims; eyes on toast and giant wedding cakes; kebabs with balls; good news for Australian pig farmers; and the mystery of the disappearing honey bees...

 

Bet on the food at The Star: you can’t...

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Jamie's Italian

Celebrity chef-cum-humanitarian Jamie Oliver's Sydney branch of his global Italian restaurant chain is set to open in September, 2011. Originally scheduled to open in July, this next, more affordable (for diners) Australia-based restaurant comes five years after the Naked Chef opened Fifteen Melbourne, born out of the reality television show...

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