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Australian sparkling wine makers are taking some of the fizz out of their French competitors amid a surge in demand for Aussie bubbly.
Dairies are usually noisy places. The farmer yells and whistles to get the herd moving, as dogs bark to round up the stragglers. The cows protest, stomping and moo-ing, jostling against railings while the machinery clanks into position. But the University of Melbourne’s robotic dairy in rural Victoria is calm and quiet. No yelling. No …
When it comes to stunning restaurants, Noosa on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a mecca, and as Helen Flanagan knows the Spirit House is one of the best.
After working to save Indonesian forests, an Australian man’s curiosity for chocolate led him on a remarkable journey that has transformed lives, the land and the way cocoa is grown and chocolate is made in Indonesia. Pod Chocolate is now a Balinese byword for quality and a sign of pride for those who grow the …
Saturated fats have always been known as the enemy, but in reality, some are very good for you in moderation. Coconut oil is an extremely health saturated fat that can help lower cholesterol and support immune function. It has also been proven to be antiviral, antibacterial and an antifungal agent and it is easily digested …
The latest cookbook from the CSIRO is filled with glorious pages of low-carb recipes – Life-changing new research for losing weight and improving health from Australia’s most trusted science organisation. This coffee yoghurt treat would be perfect for breakfast or as easily served after dinner. Enjoy!
Food awakens the senses and becomes the touchstone of memory especially at Wasabi, where marvelling at the evocative parade of modern Japanese food is de rigeur and emulating the flavours is a distinct possibility, writes Helen Flanagan.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, Sweets For Tilly have put together a delicious scone recipe to spoil mum this Mother’s Day – and they have a little Masterchef twist….
If you are stranded on a desert island and you’re not a coconut cracking ninja from Samoa, then you’ll need an easier way to bust coconuts for pleasure, or for survival. This is the easiest and most effective way I’ve found to do it, when you don’t have any tools.