Creative Cuisine by Matt Clark
Creating a connection to all the strange and wonderful ingredients our country has on offer and providing a link to our ever-growing demand of good food, great flavours and healthy eating while providing an information source for all current events in the culinary field.
Christmas is a time where our eyes always seem to be bigger than our stomaches and often after the big day we are left with a fridge full of left-overs. A lot of the times these left-overs stay in the fridge and get pushed towards the back and rarely used resulting in a lot of wasted food. Well here are a few easy and delicious meals that you can create with all that excessive food and.... more »
Seafood is an important part of a healthy diet and is fast becoming the food of choice for the health concious. It goes without saying that we don't eat enough seafood in Australia. Dietry guidelines suggest that we eat 2-4 serves of seafood a week consisting of 150-200g per raw serving but according to the National Dietry Survey only 25% of us reported eating fish at least once a.... more »
Does your pantry consist of a number of those small little jars promising to be a flavoursome alternative to real herbs and spices? Do you season a lovely lamb roast with dried rosemary? Well have you considered using fresh herbs from your own backyard?
Dried herbs, although being able to outlast the human race, do actually have a use-by-date. Within months, the little more »
Influenced with interesting and unusual ingredients, this book will show you how to cook all of those strange and exciting ingredients that you always wondered about while adding some modern versions of old and new favourites.
Containing almost 200 pages, the recipes range from mouth-watering desserts to creative canapes and from stunning entrees to refreshing beverages with.... more »
Footy finals have finally arrived and the nail-biting exciting finishes have begun to destroy the hopes and dreams of promising seasons for potential grand final contestants.
This month continues an amazing tradition of beer, bbq's and big headaches. Whether your team is in or out, the footy finals are always great entertainment and a great excuse for getting together with your.... more »
After driving around this amazingly large country it is no secret that all states have a slight difference in accent, behavior and culture but funnily enough, something as simple as ordering a beer at the bar can give away exactly where you're from.
We all fall into a routine of going to the bar and ordering a 'middy' (for example) but you will find that ordering a.... more »
If you have ever pulled on the chef whites and stood on the hot line, I guarantee the following list applies to you.
You know you're a chef when...
- you know that rattatouille is not a type of rat found in France.
- a seemingly small burn is considered 3rd degree to anyone else.
- you're highly addicted to something...beer,.... more »
Australia’s fresh truffle season is late May to early August. Truffles are now well into their season and we are seeing lots of inspired dishes apperaring on restaurant menus throughout Australia. This weekend in Mundaring, there will be a showcase of truffle fever on display where you can see, touch and even win your own truffle. But, the big question on most peoples lips is "what.... more »
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