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The art of simplicity: why all great food starts with seasonal produce

Anyone who’s ever tuned into a TV cooking show knows that fresh, well-sourced produce is the key to a great meal. No doubt we’ve all seen contestants and judges alike wax lyrical about the importance of plucking broccoli fresh from the ground in the first patches of winter, the joy of taking a ripe peach from the tree as the world begins to warm again, the way spring lamb just tastes different – better – when it’s, well, spring.


Winter warming ideas for entertaining at home

Some of the best nights out are spent, well, in. With the shorter days and long, cold nights of winter well and truly here, the thought of venturing out can be less appealing than in the buzz and throng of summer. But winter is the perfect opportunity to entertain in the warmth and comfort of your own home. READ MORE

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Season’s greetings: Australian Winter produce at its best

As the weather begins to cool, it’s time to pack away summer peaches and fill our menus with foods that ease us into the chillier days. And there’s good reason – eating seasonally isn’t just more delicious; it’s better for us and the environment and is less expensive (but mainly: it’s more delicious!).


Four ways to entertain with serious style this spring

Spring. The smell of jasmine hits the air. Days become warmer – and soon, longer. With spring, of course, also comes the time to entertain. From the spring racing carnival (and most importantly, the Melbourne Cup) to end-of-year events, to Christmas parties and then, New Year’s Eve celebrations, there’s so much to plan from here on in.


On trend: Food stations

When we think of food stations, it’s easy to imagine old-school hotel buffets or passé dessert bars. But these days, food stations are imaginative, innovative and completely customisable to your event. From fresh oysters shucked to order, to slow-cooked barbecue brisket carved in front of guests, there’s a food station for every event.


In Season: What to eat this winter

Now that winter has arrived, the weather isn’t the only thing that changes. There’s a clear shift in produce being harvested, the way we cook and the dishes people crave. Eating with the seasons has become more popular in recent years, but it’s so much more than a trend.