The first cheese I remember was Teleme Jack. When I bought it after so many years at Rainbow Grocery in 2018, I learned again after so many years turns out its a rather special cheese. still made by the same people in the same way… My mother had cheese parties.
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Cheese is made by people. I’ve now tried twice, and I conclude that Australian oysters are superior to English ones, giving AU its 2nd point against Europe . It wasn’t my first trip to London but the first wasn’t a fair test, as the first was during Christmas week and
Tattood chefs drink wine and talk shop over blowtorches, barbecues, and stockpots on portable burners at Rootstock Festival What is Rootstock? It’s a massive warehouse. Jazz saxophone reverberates noisily from a variety of hard surfaces. Barbecue smoke scents the air. Hundreds of blue jeans park on or hover above milk
25 ways to spend $25M on a secure future for Goulburn farmers instead of giving it to Coca-Cola Shepparton
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I joke that my two food groups are kale and ice cream. Truth being always more complicated than the stories we tell, the kale is often chicory, and I sometimes go days without ice cream… But since I try to eat organic ingredients it often occurs to me that
Wow. I just joined StudioFeast‘s mailing list. I knew they asked the last meal question on their website (and do an annual feast of last meals), but I wasn’t expecting to have to answer it to get on the mailing list. Heavy question. And evocative. My answers weren’t what I
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