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Fish

Right now we’re seeing a lot of the high omega-3 species - bonito, blue mackerel and Spanish mackerel - as well as beautiful wild mulloway from the Clarence and the Hawkesbury and all the way up the NSW coast. John dory and silver dory are good this time of year,...

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Food News, August, 2011

This month’s column takes you from a tiny Turkish bar in Balmain to an organic farm near Bowral; looking for the best Italian in Sydney — according to a couple of Italian chefs; and two expos, Organic and Gluten Free. You’ll meet a couple of mullets and get up to...

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Food News, September, 2011

Cheap Eats: Out. Proud. And very loud.

We’re talking about — and up — Cheap Eats 2011–12 in screeching orange and hot pink and stuffed with more than 500 of the best and cheapest eats in town reviewed anonymously by our hand-picked crew of hungry cheapskates. 

For those of you new...

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Food News, September, 2011

Cheap Eats: Out. Proud. And very loud.

We’re talking about — and up — Cheap Eats 2011–12 in screeching orange and hot pink and stuffed with more than 500 of the best and cheapest eats in town reviewed anonymously by our hand-picked crew of hungry cheapskates.

For those of you new to...

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Meat

It’s stew and braise time as we move into the final month of winter. All the beef cuts that get minced in summer - bolar blade, oyster cross cut - are good for long, slow cooking. And they’re cheap. Lamb continues through August, although by now you’ll find a bit...

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A fair-dinkum farmers' market

There are, as you know, a lot of “farmers’ markets” around Sydney, most of them with stalls piled with stuff from Flemington. We know of one or two that favour fair-dinkum farmers: Eveleigh at Redfern and the Warwick Farm Trackside Market. As of April 17, and every Saturday from then...

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And-still-they-come department

Talking to Damien Pignolet, I opined that I wouldn’t want to be opening a new restaurant at the moment. “But we are,” he said mildly. I’d forgotten that he and his business partner Ron White picked up the infamous Baron’s site in Roslyn Street, Kings Cross, which they hope to...

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August Food News

August Food News

 

This month’s column takes you from a tiny Turkish bar in Balmain to an organic farm near Bowral; looking for the best Italian in Sydney — according to a couple of Italian chefs; and two expos, Organic and Gluten Free. You’ll meet a couple of mullets and...

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August Food News

This month’s column takes you from a tiny Turkish bar in Balmain to an organic farm near Bowral; looking for the best Italian in Sydney — according to a couple of Italian chefs; and two expos, Organic and Gluten Free. You’ll meet a couple of mullets and get up to...

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Bits & Pieces

Curiously enough, there’s not a lot of big news this month, but here are a few little items that may be  of interest.

There will be another grass-fed versus grain-fed beef chew-off at the Riverview Hotel (29 Birchgrove Road Balmain, Ph 9810 11512), this time at a lunch on...

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