delicious. magazine celebrates good food and the people who produce it, from renowned international chefs and food-lovers around Australia. Inside each issue you’ll find achievable recipes that work every time, plus inspiration for foodie travel.
IN SEASON • The best dishes are the ones that let the flavours of the season take a starring role. Chef Matthew Roberts takes four ingredients that often get overlooked, and gives them their chance to shine.
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Talking TABLES • — Hot restaurants, the latest news, trends & more.
Fresh TAKE • Our Digital Editor and dining expert Erina Starkey on what’s hot right now.
Bits & BITES • — Foodie finds for your kitchen, home & life.
Winter warmers • Snuggle up to these stylish finds, designed to keep you cosy and comfortable all winter long.
Drinks • — with our resident sippers the Critic and the Comic
Taking things slow • Nornie Bero cooks kangaroo tail until perfectly tender in this Australian take on the comfort food classic, osso buco.
Melting moments • Ellie and Sam Studd serve up a crave-worthy umami-rich comfort dish, made all the more special with the addition of a truly unique cheese.
The Cut • — with the Chef and the Butcher
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Bake your day… • This creamy, cheesy potato & celeriac gratin from Yotam Ottolenghi is the type of dish that comfort food dreams are made of.
What’s trending —Matt Preston on comfort comebacks • There’s a reason why we see old food favourites return time and again, and it’s as much about the feels as it is about the flavour.
Midwinter MORNINGS • Chilly mornings call for wholesome and satisfying breakfasts, just like the ones you’ll find in this sweet and savoury collection from Lucy Nunes and Tracey Pattison. They’re guaranteed to warm you right up!
in praise OF CAKE • Four seasons, 52 cakes and plenty of tea. In her new book, cook and photographer Tilly Pamment bakes her way through the year with simple yet elegant creations that are just begging to be shared – and devoured.
JAPANESE at home • As enticing to the eye as it is to the palate, Japanese cuisine can also be super easy to prepare at home. Lucy Nunes and Tracey Pattison satisfy those umami cravings with picture-perfect Japanese-inspired meals.
creamy CLASSICS • Nothing brings a smile on a cold winter’s night quite like a steaming hot bowl of hearty, nourishing home-cooked food. Khanh Ong dials up the comfort factor with these creamy creations, all singing with spice and rich, satisfying flavours.
A guide to the cuisines of China • Founder of Bao Family restaurants Céline Chung is challenging the stereotype surrounding Chinese food, creating a cookbook that takes readers on a journey through eight distinct and deliciously different culinary regions of China.
POTATO • In the world of comfort food, potato is the undisputed king. Darren Robertson takes the humble spud and gives it the royal treatment it deserves, creating gratifying sides, starters and mains that will make you look at this treasured tuber in a whole new light.
SPLASH OF Soy • Chef and food writer Lara Lee pays homage to her Asian-Australian heritage with playful interpretations of classic Asian dishes that combine traditional tastes and techniques with modern flavour and flair. And all with minimal stress and minimal mess in mind.
WHISKY BUSINESS • You’ll be in good spirits with these decadent whisky treats from Emma Knowles. A wee dram can do more than just warm...