You love cooking. People swoon over your food. Your friends are always asking you for recipes and you’re the phone-a-friend guru when they have a cooking conundrum. You know you have great food ideas to share and holding a cooking class seems like the logical next step. Great! You should do it! But how do you hone your offering and get a crowd to come along?
I love Penang! This Malaysian island is such a foodie hotspot with multiple cultures and cuisines and so many great things to eat. Join me as I eat Nonya kueh, Hainan chicken rice, Cantonese yum cha, fresh tofu and soy milk, and even have a turn stir-frying at a hawker stall.
At this time of year, a lot of people are shrugging off holiday eating habits and looking for a new year of vim, vigour and recipes full of vitality. If you're feeling like a little too much Basque Cheesecake has passed your lips (me? no! never!), check out these #cleaneating dishes on the site.
There is always so much to learn when it comes to food, so I was grateful for the opportunity to dive into Korean food at a cooking class and lecture in Melbourne last week. The guest of honour was Buddhist monk Seonjae, who is also a chef and the President of the Korean Food Promotion Institute.
The Good Food Guide is out! One of my favourite tasty projects is to give home cooks access to the recipes and kitchen wisdom of great chefs. You can cook some of the Good Food Guide winners right here!
I can't believe it - it's been 10 years since Thermomix came into my life. And what a little bundle of joy it's been ...
Cabbage is one of the most versatile vegetables around. You can eat it raw, pickled, fermented or cooked. And there's a cabbage dish called rumbledethumps which is definitely the best dish name ever. Listen in as we chat cabbage.
It's official - it's okay to eat cheese any time of day. And even better if it's Comté, one of the world's great cheeses, which cheesemonger Anthony Femia shows us how to match with three very different beverages