Still Tasty (archives)

2012 Lavazza Calendar

The 2012 Lavazza calendar is out, 12 self portraits from past calendar photographers.

Like a slice of Aussie food history pie Possums?

A new collection of recipes from Australian cookery books from 1868 to 1950 by Victoria Heywood.

Want a serve of good WebTV?

A magazine style WebTV format with serious intent. Say hello to Hello Foodservice.

What's cooking Uncle Sam?

A web preview of a US National Archives food exhibition leads to Judy Garland and more.

Companionable Beer

In the tradition of one of my most referred to books, the Oxford Companion to Food comes a definitive reference for beer. The blurb describes it as… ‘The first major reference work to investigate the history and vast scope of beer, The Oxford Companion to Beer features more than 1,100 A-Z entries written by 166 […]

Go Tobie! Go an Aussie Mango

Tobie Puttock is promoting this season’s Australian Mangoes, and they’re in the shops now!

2012 SMH Good Food Guide Regional awards

A year of dining simplicity and maturity. That’s how editors Terry Durack and Joanna Savill summarised the year for this/next year’s Good Food Guide. (I’m sure the 2011 Guide was only out a few months ago. Maybe I just don’t get out enough.) As usual, there’s some up and downs in the Chefs Hat ratings […]

Chez Panisse - eat my shirts?

Levi’s are releasing a limited edition range of T-shirts to celebrate 40 years of Alice Water’s Chez Panisse and support the work of her Edible Schoolyard foundation.

Authentic regional food?

How do you find authentic regional food while traveling? We offer one suggestion and Andrew Purvis has a great SMH article to help.

Let 'em eat wedding cake!

I was turned off by Royal Wedding frenzy, but the cake? That’s different.

Our 'Teaser' Gallery

We called the double page images that opened the editorial content of our print magazine, our ‘teaser pages’. Here they are in a fullscreen gallery.

Olive oil joins Supermarket price war

Milk, eggs, now oil. This spells disaster for local growers. What chance Coles and Woolworths will answer these tough questions?

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