Butters Better

By Sophie Zaloka photos: Anthony Georgeff LIVING A GOOD FOOD LIFE IS ONE OF CONSTANT ‘AHAA’ MOMENTS. BUT HOW THOSE AHAAS COME ABOUT CHANGES ENORMOUSLY OVER THE COURSE OF A LIFETIME OF EXPERIENCING AND APPRECIATING FLAVOUR. Now in my early 40’s, the most thrilling moments at the table come from rediscovering how fundamentally important foundation foods are. By foundation […]

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Sweet Escape!

As shiny as a cachou, as tasteful as white chocolate and cranberry pistachio nougat and as much a treat as her dark chocolate sable cookies and cream ice cream, Rochelle Adonis’s eponymous north Perth studio is a delight. By Sarah Green Those who know anything about Rochelle Adonis know that Perth is fortunate to have one of the world’s […]

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The Root of all Good Things

With the hot weather all but a hazy memory, Sabrina Hahn shows how to start planting your roots. Autumn is a wonderful time to plant out some root crops such as carrots, parsnips and beetroot. In the Perth metropolitan area you can plant carrots all year round, but the hot summer days tend to make […]

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Jude’s Jams

By Jude Blereau I love preserving and seeing a pantry stacked with jams, chutneys, pickles and fruit gives me the most profound sense of security. Summer is the season of growth and in preserving we take the bounty and find ways to slow the natural decay. Yes, it does take time (all cooking does) but once done, […]

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Lemony Snippets

By Verity James I know that we’re all lime mad these days – and why wouldn’t we be, with their sharp, sweet flavour and exquisite bright green flesh- such a tonic in mid winter. But I also wouldn’t want us to ever lose their slightly less fashionable and infinitely cheaper sister, the lemon. Listening to gardening shows, it’s more than apparent that a […]

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