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Black Truffles in Australia

July 6, 2014 • Articles • Views: 2626

Whilst many truffle varieties elude our cultivating nature, the most successful truffles grown in Australia are the same species as the famous Périgord ones cultivated in France

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Broaden Your Food Horizon

March 31, 2014 • Articles • Views: 1384

Broaden Your Food Horizon As a Head Chef and leader in the Kitchen, I am always spouting off about my Number 1 Rules. The most important Number One Rule is to “always to have more than 1 Number 1 Rule”. The second Number One Rule enforced upon my doe eyed first year apprentices however, is

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The Larousse Gastronomique

February 12, 2014 • Articles • Views: 3255

The Larousse Gastronomique, at 1,206 pages and nearly 3 ½ kg, is the culinary reference and bible of French cooking. More than a cookbook,

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Complete Mushroom Book The Quiet Hunt

February 6, 2014 • Articles • Views: 1565

The Complete Mushroom Book The Quiet Hunt Antonio Carluccio Have you ever wanted to know how to go foraging for wild mushrooms, or cook a beautifully wild and rustic dish with mushrooms? Antonio Carluccio, “the Godfather of Italian Gastronomy”, has written the perfect book for you. I recently

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How do we Taste what we Eat?

February 3, 2014 • Articles • Views: 2509

Taste is one of those senses that we take for granted. How we perceive taste is a complicated chemical process, closely linked to our sense of smell.