Four Kitchens by Colin Fassnidge
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Four Kitchens by Colin Fassnidge – Event

Four Kitchens: beautiful, mouth-watering, restaurant-quality food to cook at home is the new book from Sydney Chef Colin Fassnidge. Fans of Masterchef and My Kitchen Rules probably know Colin as the ’straight talking’, ‘call it as I see it’ ‘hard-assed’ guest judge who has ruffled the odd feather and allegedly made several contestants cry. Fans […]

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A La Mere de Famille
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In the Window: A La Mere de Famille

A la Mere de Famille is a Parisian culinary icon. Selling artisanally crafted confections and confectionery since 1761, A La Mere de Famille has been home to 10 different families. Now under the direction of the Dolfi family, A La Mere recently celebrated its 250th birthday continuing to sell some of the best chocolates, caramels, […]

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Review: Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian by Sat Bains

Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian is the eagerly anticipated debut cookbook from Sat Bains! Revealing the first insight into the food and philosophies of the 2 Michelin star chef, with a foreword by Heston Blumenthal and featuring contributions from 36 of the world’s best chefs – this linen-covered limited edition of Michelin star chef […]

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Mugaritz by Andoni Luis Aduriz
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Mugaritz: a natural science of cooking by Andoni Luis Aduriz

In one of our windows today is one of the most awaited cookbooks for the year – Mugaritz: a natural science of cooking by Andoni Luis Aduriz. We were so excited that we airfreighted it in, 4 weeks ahead of its local release. Published by Phaidon Press, and designed ‘loosely’ as a ‘companion’ to Rene […]

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Love & Hunger by Charlotte Wood
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Review: Love & Hunger by Charlotte Wood

Since we saw the early review copy of Charlotte Wood’s Love & Hunger: thoughts on the gift of food back in March, we have been eagerly awaiting its release instore so we could share it with you. Usually new releases are either full of glossy pictures with celebrity chefs festooned on their covers delivering sometimes […]

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