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Crunch time for Victoria's apple and pear growers

Crunch time for Victoria's apple and pear growers

There is a massive shortage of seasonal workers to pick fruit on Victorian farms. Why don’t locals want to do it?

  • by Benjamin Preiss

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Vegan star: French restaurant makes Michelin history

Vegan star: French restaurant makes Michelin history

Her bank thought veganism wasn't a good investment forcing her to crowdfund, now this chef has the country's first star from the gastronomic bible for a venue that serves no animal products.

  • by Henry Samuel
How Perth fish 'n' chip shops can sell endangered shark – with you none the wiser

How Perth fish 'n' chip shops can sell endangered shark – with you none the wiser

WA's paying more for Friday night fish 'n' chips than any other state, but there's good news too: we've got more sustainable options... if you know how to ask.

  • by Emma Young
Industry fails egg checks after mass Sydney salmonella outbreak
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Industry fails egg checks after mass Sydney salmonella outbreak

Nearly half of the state’s egg farms have failed inspections or audits after a crackdown by authorities.

  • by Carrie Fellner
Are cows the new coal? Chowing down on meat alternatives

Are cows the new coal? Chowing down on meat alternatives

Vegetarians and vegans aren't the only ones avoiding meat, with plant-based substitutes and lab-grown meat finding favour from investors and consumers.

  • by Cara Waters
How coronavirus has changed the cost of your Christmas dinner

How coronavirus has changed the cost of your Christmas dinner

Some shoppers are unable to find a $20 lobster. Do they actually exist?

  • by Jennifer Duke
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‘Tablescaping’ is the trend taking over Christmas this year

‘Tablescaping’ is the trend taking over Christmas this year

It’s not what you eat but what you eat it with. Ahead, a deep dive into the art of tablescaping from hosts who know how to style for “oohs” and “ahhs.”

  • by Alexandra Whiting
Lab-grown meat ethos reveals nuggets of wisdom
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Lab-grown meat ethos reveals nuggets of wisdom

With the latest development in 'clean meat', the way we consume protein may soon change forever.

  • by Doug Hendrie
Can you really outsource your Christmas feast?

Can you really outsource your Christmas feast?

Meal kits promise an easier time of it come Christmas Day, but you’ll still be glad when Boxing Day arrives.

  • by Amanda Hooton
One for the road: my little gastronomic emergency kit

One for the road: my little gastronomic emergency kit

When I was a kid, there was a first aid kit inside every family car. These days, my first aid kit is more epicurean, but no less useful in an emergency situation.

  • by Terry Durack
Soy latte with the sourdough ... but no offal in our COVID diet

Soy latte with the sourdough ... but no offal in our COVID diet

Data on our food buying habits shows just how Australians gorged their way through the coronavirus lockdown.

  • by Shane Wright