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Food & Drink
The Finer Art of Takeaway
With a whole new spectrum of delivery options at our fingertips, we take a look at what it takes to fit a restaurant’s character, flavour and reputation into a takeaway container.
Dishing up Insects with Kylie Kwong
We chat to chef Kylie Kwong about turning her fear of bugs into a hunger for them.
CafeSmart Does Caffeine for a Cause
Adam Robinson, director of charity organisation StreetSmart, explains how the smallest of habitual behaviours, like buying a morning coffee, can be harnessed for the greater good.
Our Native Palate
A new coming together between Indigenous wisdom and modern creativity is seeing Australia’s paddock-to-plate phenomena take a native twist.
The Magic of Wild Mushrooms
Broadsheet chats to wild mushroom forager, Richard Ford to discuss the mystery behind Victoria’s rare edible fungi.
Maturing Nicely with a Cheesemonger from the Grocer
Twenty-something Anthony Femia is young, profoundly knowledgeable, gently persuasive and quietly ambitious. Melbourne, it’s time to meet your cheesemonger.
The Godfather of Italian Food: Antonio Carluccio
We chat to internationally recognised chef, restaurateur and Italian icon Antonio Carluccio, between celebratory Easter dinners.
In the Raw with Botanical Cuisine
Raw food isn’t all about crudites and super food smoothies these days. We talk to local chef Omid Jaffari about botanical cuisine, an alternative dining experience for eaters of all sorts.
How to Poach an Egg with Top Paddock
Weekend brunches in Melbourne are vast and varied, but there is one staple that is almost always at the forefront of the menu – the poached egg. Richmond’s Top Paddock shows you how.
A Guide to Autumn Beers
Christian De Vrieze of the Newmarket Hotel runs us through this season’s best brews.
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Australian Centre for the Moving Image
5th February – 23rd June
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16th March – 28th July
Lewis Carroll's Alice Books
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