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  • 08/26/13--21:53: Sample Food Festival
  • with Belinda Jeffery, author of Desserts

    The fabulous Sample Food Festival in Banglaow is a great day with fantastic food, cooking demonstrations, live music, a showcase of local produce and that wonderful chilled-out vibe that Byron is fmaous for. Belinda will be one of the judges for the Golden Fork awards, so drop by and say hello! Free event.
    P 0414 925 811 


    Food Festival
    Saturday, September 7, 2013 - 08:00
    Belinda Jeffery

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  • 08/26/13--22:08: Food Writer's program
  • featuring Belinda Jeffery, author of Desserts

    A unique one day program featuring ten writers that will present food-related talks. If you have a diet of cookbooks, devour food magazines and are constantly feeding your mind with food, people and the producers, this is for you. Belinda will be one of the guest authors. Morning & afternoon tea is included. Price $185
    P 0413 259 535 

    Food Writer's Festival
    Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 10:00
    Belinda Jeffery

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  • 08/26/13--22:21: Fashion/portraiture workshop
  • with Carla Coulson, author of Naples: A Way of Love

    This workshop is perfect for women who are in love with fashion and portraiture and want to learn how to collaborate the two. A four day workshop featuring two styled sessions, at two fab locations with fashion, hair and make-up artists. Great for portfolio building. Learn all of Carla's secrets!

    Fashion and photography workshop
    Life & Style
    Monday, January 6, 2014 - 10:00
    Carla Coulson

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  • 08/27/13--00:32: Australian Garden Show
  • featuring Indira Naidoo, author of The Edible Balcony

    As an ambassador and curator for the Australian Garden Show, Indira has designed a sustainable edible garden to capture the imagination of all the enthusiasts who will visit the displays. It is Australia's premier horticultural and garden show, so go and check out Indira's fabulous work at Centennial Park Sydney!
    P 132 849

    Garden Show
    Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 10:00
    Indira Naidoo

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  • 08/27/13--00:49: Seeds of Wisdom with
  • Kylie Kwong, author of It Tastes Better

    Kylie will dish up tasty insects in her talk at the Seeds of Wisdom at Australian Garden Show.The "Bugs and Bush Food" presentation and cooking demonstration will include locally bred edible insects and Australian native bush foods.
    P 132 849

    Bugs & Bush Food presentation
    Sunday, September 8, 2013 - 11:00
    Kylie Kwong

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  • 09/03/13--19:01: Gourmet safari with
  • Amanda Tabberer, author of Amalfi Coast Recipes

    Join Amanda for a delectable journey of local food & wine along the stunning Amalfi Coast. For 6-8 people, all you have to do is get yourself to Rome and Amanda will organise the rest. Taking you up and down the coast to eat in any of the 13 villages, it is a delightful and unforgettable experience.



    Gourmet Safari
    Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 12:00
    Amanda Tabberer

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  • 09/03/13--19:11: Explore Stonefields with
  • Paul Bangay, author of Garden at Stonefields

    A rare opportunity to visit Paul Bangay's Stonefields, one of Australia's most beautiful country gardens. Limited private tours with Paul are available on the morning, othewrwise explore the gardens at your own leisure. Take in the seven acres boasting terraced parterres, blue perrenial entrance borders, apple walk and a walled rose garden. Tickets $20/$125 for private (All proceeds support the not-for-profit Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation)
    Contact Kitchen Garden Foundation
    P (03) 8415 1993



    Garden exploration
    Saturday, November 23, 2013 - 08:30
    Paul Bangay

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  • 09/03/13--19:20: Book launch with
  • Paul Bangay, author of Garden at Stonefields

    Come celebrate with Paul the release of his gorgeous new book about one of Australia's most beautiful country gardens. With stunning photogrpahy, it reveals the triumphs and trials of designing and building this incredible house and garden. Free event. 
    Contact Potts Point Bookshop 
    P (02) 9331 6642  


    Book launch
    Wednesday, September 25, 2013 - 19:00
    Paul Bangay

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  • 09/04/13--17:21: Special dinner event
  • with Andrew McConnell, author of Cumulus Inc.

    Enjoy a one-off degustation dinner prepared by Andrew and executive chef David Willcocks at the Pepper's Mineral Springs Retreat in picturesque Daylesford. The blossoming landscapes, luxurious surroundings and the creativity of Andrew's culinary skills, will make it an evening you won't forget. $130 including matched wines.
    Contact (03) 5348 2202 

    Degustation dinner
    Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 19:00
    Andrew McConnell

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  • 09/04/13--17:35: Seafood cooking class with
  • Lucio Galletto, author or The Art of Pasta

    Learn some of Lucio's favourite seafood recipes in a hands-on dinner class at Sydney Seafood School. Lucio came to Australia in 1977 and has continued the Italian family tradition of great hospitality and tasty food ever since. Price $120 including dinner.
    Contact Sydney Seafood School
    P (02) 9004 1111

    Hands-on Cooking Class
    Monday, October 21, 2013 - 18:30
    Lucio Galletto

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  • 09/04/13--17:44: Seafood Cooking Class with
  • Christine Manfield, author of Tasting India

    An excellent teacher and inspiring cook, let Christine share her ability to blend a diversity of flavours, textures and cooking methods to create original, tasty, modern food. Master her recipes and techniques at a hands-on lunch workshop. Price $155
    ContactSydney Seafood School
    P (02) 9004 1111

    Lunch workshop
    Saturday, November 23, 2013 - 11:00
    Christine Manfield

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    with Paul Bangay, author of The Garden at Stonefields

    A most unusual writer's festival, in which garden and crime writer's are combined, will be held over three days in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Landscape designer Paul will provide some insight to creating Stonefields, one of Australia's most beautiful country gardens. For the full program, contact The Body in the Garden

    Writer's Festival
    Friday, October 25, 2013 - 09:00
    Paul Bangay

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  • 09/04/13--18:30: Italian Dinner Party with
  • Giovanni Pilu, author of A Sardinian Cookbook

    In an intimate cooking class, join expert Sardinian chef Giovanni and sommelier Tim Watkins as they present a 3-course dinner with matched wines. They will demonstrate, then guide you to prepare delicious Sardinian-inspired courses. Sit down afterwards and enjoy the meal, over a discussion about the matching wines. Price $245
    ContactSydney Seafood School
    P (02) 9004 1111

    Dinner party
    Friday, November 22, 2013 - 18:30
    Giovanni Pilu

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  • 09/04/13--18:37: Hands-on workshop
  • with Guillaume Brahimi, author of Guillaume: Food for Friends

    One of Australia's most popular and acclaimed chefs, Guillaume will combine his classical training in this hands-on workshop to teach you how to select and prepare a range of seafood and present it in delicious French-style dishes. Price $155
    ContactSydney Seafood School
    P (02) 9004 1111

    French cooking class
    Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 11:00
    Guillaume Brahimi

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  • 10/31/13--17:25: November Favourites
  • Photo by Jason Busch

    Try your hand at making intricate paper-cut garlands with renowned artist Miso, with classes at Megan Morton’s The School

    Read The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot, by Robert Macfarlane.

    See Stories We Tell, Canadian filmmaker Sarah Polley’s masterful meditation on family and memory.

    Get ready for summer, with a seafood BBQ class at Sydney Seafood School.

    Pull up a bar stool at MoVida.

    Start your day with Andrew McConnell’s classic breakfast spread or cook up a batch of Tobie Puttock’s zucchini fritters with gravlax and goat’s curd.

    Read the new books from two of our most respected writers: Tim Winton’s Eyrie and Richard Flanagan’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North– both seriously powerful Australian novels.

    Dreaming about an Italian holiday? Be inspired by Giovanni Pilu’s top six Sardinian experiences and Amanda Tabberer’s insider’s guide to the Amalfi Coast, then eat well in Umbria with Patrizia Simone.

    We'd love to hear about your current favourites – post away in the comments below . . .

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    kitchen, food, books, middle east

    A get-together in the Salloum family’s backyard – Photo by Rob Palmer

    Sharon Salloum, author and restaurant owner, recalls the organised chaos of a photo shoot in her family’s backyard for her newly released cookbook.

    I always knew that trying to organise my entire family to be part of the photo shoot for my book was going to be an interesting task. Most of them work a zillion hours a week, but somehow they managed to rearrange things to be there.

    Of course, we couldn’t possibly start the shoot until my parents had given everybody breakfast, so we all sat around eating breakfast pizzas (manoosh), cheeses, fresh vegetables, olives and labne.

    Everyone was a little wary of the camera at first, but that didn’t last long. With the photography crew asking questions about Syrian culture and my family’s background, Mum and Dad soon forgot their initial shyness. In no time at all, my dad went from being rather aloof and tough-looking to the star of the show, offering to pose for every shot... By the second shoot day, they were handing out invites to family dinner nights.

    Tending the barbecue - Photo by Rob Palmer

    Time to eat again! - Photo by Rob Palmer

    Aware that being around so many Arabs (and so much food!) might not be an everyday experience for the Lantern team, I worried that my family might say or do something that would make me want to crawl under a rock. But on the whole they were on their best behaviour and far less boisterous than usual – which made me wonder whether we should invite new people to join our family gatherings more often...

    Charring eggplants for baba ghanouj in the backyard - Photo by Rob Palmer

    Now that my book is in the shops, I still find it amazing to see the rituals of our daily life, such as my mother charring eggplant, captured in the photos. For years I’ve watched her do this and have always loved doing it myself, and now we’ll always have these moments in photographs. What’s more, the photo-shoot team are still getting invites to dinner!

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  • 10/31/13--17:26: The Garden at Stonefields
  • Coming home to Stonefields – Photo by Simon Griffths

    Over 7 years, Paul Bangay transformed a paddock in country Victoria into a spectacular country estate, Stonefields, a labour of love recorded in these ‘before’ and ‘after’ shots. 

    Making an entrance: the walled arrival garden – Photo by Simon Griffths

    From paddock to parterre – Photo by Simon Griffths

    Champagne house – every garden should have one (or two!) – Photo by Simon Griffths

    Laying the groundwork for a bountiful harvest in the herb and vegetable gardens – Photo by Simon Griffths

    From trent to lily pond – Photo by Simon Griffths

    The rose garden in bloom – Photo by Simon Griffths

    A window of the world – Photo by Simon Griffths

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  • 10/31/13--17:26: Middle Eastern menu
  • Photo by Rob Palmer

    Channel your inner spice merchant with this flavour-packed menu of spicy capsicum dip, mouthwatering slow-cooked lamb with zesty tabouleh, and crisp chocolate baklava.

    Sharon Salloum’s Chargrilled capsicum, walnut and pomegranate dip

    Shane Delia’s 12-hour roast lamb with pistachio and green olive tabouleh 

    George Calombaris’s Chocolate baklava

    Chargrilled capsicum, walnut and pomengranate dip by Sharon Salloum– Photo by Rob Palmer

    12-hour roast lamb with pistachio and green olive tabouleh by Shane Delia– Photo by Sharyn Cairns

    Chocolate Baklava by George Calombaris– Photo by Mark Chew


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    Beautiful frescoes - Photo by Carla Coulson

    Shrines everywhere you look – Photo by Carla Coulson

    The patina of age on the buildings . . . - Photo by Carla Coulson

    . . . and great signage! - Photo by Carla Coulson

    Life is lived on the streets - Photo by Carla Coulson

    Passeggiata time – with pups in tow - Photo by Carla Coulson

    'If we keep dancing like this, we'll start a street party!' - Photo by Carla Coulson

    'Concetta! Lower your bucket!' On cue, the baker drops off his loaf, saving Concetta the three flights of stairs down to the street – and back up again - Photo by Carla Coulson

    Caffè Messico: Gennaro ‘Genni’ Parente shows how it’s done - Photo by Carla Coulson 

    Coffee is taken as seriously as . . . - Photo by Carla Coulson

    . . . authentic pizza - Photo by Carla Coulson

    Graphic by Evi O

    See more of what makes Naples unique in Naples: A Way of Love

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  • 10/31/13--17:26: Sunday Italiano
  • Slow-cooked veal shoulder with porcini by Guy Grossi– Photo by Mark Chew

    Cook up a proper Sunday lunch this weekend, with Guy Grossi’s luscious slow-cooked veal shoulder with porcini. All it needs is a crisp green salad, some bread to mop up the juices and perhaps a bottle of your favourite light red or aromatic white.


    Slow-cooked veal shoulder with porcini

    Serves 6

    This beautiful dish will really make an impression. Slow-cooking the veal allows plenty of time for the porcini sauce to become intensely flavoursome. Shoulder is a great cut for this dish as it is gelatinous, meaning it won’t dry out during the long cooking. You can prepare this ahead of time and just warm it when needed. If you don’t have a casserole large enough for the veal, you can cook it in a roasting tin, lightly covered with baking paper and foil.


    1 × 1.6 kg boneless milk-fed veal shoulder
    sea salt and cracked black pepper
    2 sprigs rosemary
    5 sage leaves
    2 tablespoons olive oil

    100 g dried porcini
    2½ tablespoons olive oil
    1 onion, diced
    3 cloves garlic, chopped
    1 large handful sage leaves, chopped
    200 ml white wine
    sea salt and cracked black pepper


    1. Cut three lengths of twine 20 cm long and place them, 5 cm apart, on a chopping board. Lay the veal shoulder on top, with the inside of the shoulder facing up. Season with salt and pepper, and lay the rosemary and sage leaves down the centre. Tie with the twine to secure the veal.
    2. Heat the olive oil in a large frying pan over high heat and sear the veal until golden. Set aside.
    3. Soak the porcini in plenty of warm water for 20 minutes. Strain the porcini, reserving 1 litre of the soaking liquid.
    4. Preheat the oven to 170°C. Heat the olive oil in a flameproof casserole and sauté the onion and garlic for a few minutes until slightly coloured. Add the porcini and sage, stir for a few minutes, then deglaze with the wine and bring to the boil. Add the veal and season with salt and pepper. Pour in the reserved soaking liquid and bring to the boil, then remove from the heat. Cover with a lid and cook in the oven for 2½ hours or until the tip of a knife can be inserted easily. 
    5. Take out the veal and remove the twine, then carve and serve with the sauce.

    Love Italy by Guy Grossi

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