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HE was the cook with nine lives but that hasn’t stopped former MasterChef contestant and Southern River resident Alex Glasson from pursuing his foodie dreams. more »
PAUL Wells’ kitchen expertise began as a kid preparing vegetables for the family dinner. more »
THE Bird in Hand Winery at Woodside in the Adelaide Hills won two gold medals at the International Wine Challenge this year and another two at the Decanter Wine Awards. more »
CHARMING Italian head chef Giampaolo Maffini says keeping his team of 16 cooks in check will be his biggest challenge when the highly anticipated Modo Mio (meaning My Way) restaurant opens this week at Burswood Entertainment Complex. more »
CHEFS and foodies often speak of a culinary epiphany – that singular moment in time that forever changed the way they view all things gastronomic. more »
SANDALFORD is consistently producing very good wines that are among the country’s finest of their styles and price ranges. more »
I’VE been pondering over a piece I wrote about 12 months ago about the 2010 cabernet sauvignon from Margaret River we’d just pressed. more »
JOHN Griffith’s Faber Vineyard in the Swan Valley is hosting an 11-wine vertical of its marvellous Reserve Shiraz in June. more »
MEETING Carlo Collova and peeking inside his newly-opened Inglewood restaurant il Pasto, it’s obvious the affable long-time restaurateur and chef treasures his Sicilian heritage. more »
UNWILLING to let beloved backstreet gem Cream close after almost nine successful years, long time co-workers at the restaurant and close friends Karen Veldre and Janelle Newberry took a life-changing step. more »
THE best of the Barossa Shiraz, in any price range, are crowd pleasers. Sometimes you need to wait for a year to find an exciting one but when you do, buy it.
IT seemed that Cape Mentelle could do no wrong in the mid-1990s. Every wine in every price range, vintage by vintage, was both textbook and crowd pleasing. more »
WHEN you walk into a restaurant, your first impression starts the whole process of how your evening will progress, says Cognito restaurant owner and chef Ian Telfer. more »
SHIRAZ remains Australia’s most widely planted grape variety with its 44,000ha providing 46 per cent of our red wine grape plantings and 28 per cent overall (2009 figures). more »
FORGET the standard serving on a plate; imaginative presentation is key at new Subiaco restaurant Vintage 86. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.