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How to Cook Rhubarb (hint: you’ve got to get to know it first)

Eat April 16, 2018

Rhubarb is coming into season now, and to celebrate we sat down the rouge rogue to get the inside scoop…

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Libby says:

Delicious! However, I’m 99% sure the baking powder for the rhubarb cake recipe should read 2tsp not 2tbs! I used a deep 8” tin which was only just big enough for the mixture.

Greer says:

Hi Libby,

By jove, you’re right! Good spotting. We’re so glad you tried the recipe – as for very full baking tins, we always say too much cake is never enough. We hope you agree.

Happy Cooking!

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What’s In Season? Cherry Tomatoes with our Recipe Developer Paddy

Eat February 22, 2018

Have you caught our new video series, What’s in Season, yet? If not, it’s time to learn how to cook cherry tomatoes with our recipe developer Paddy.

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Active Living Program: Week One

Eat January 23, 2018

Welcome to week one of the Active Living Program, courtesy of our friends at Lorna Jane!

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Reality Bites

Get To Know Us January 16, 2018

Our recipe developers do an amazing job of coming up with nutritious, simple, delicious meals week in week out. Of course, they’re only human, so we asked them to (...)

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Chas says:

I am genuinely delighted to glance at this website posts which includes lots of useful information,
thanks for providing such information.

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Get to Know Lorna Jane’s Active Living Program

Get To Know Us January 12, 2018

Hello 2018!! Can you believe that we’re already 2 weeks into the New Year?! Absolute madness…

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Want to maintain the body of a 20-year-old for life?

Tips and Tricks November 3, 2017

We’ve all heard that 40 is the new 30. Or depending on your age, you might prefer ’50 is the new 30′, or ’70 is the new 50′. It turns out there might just be some truth to this.

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Trish says:

Do you cater for gluten free meals?

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How Holidays Can Make Us Happier and Healthier

Tips and Tricks July 6, 2017

We’ve teamed up with Health and Fitness Travel to find out whether going on holiday can make you healthier, as well as happier.

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The HF Guide: Cheap Eats, Sydney CBD

Get To Know Us January 16, 2017

The days are starting to get longer, and in cities around the country, startled office workers are leaving work for the day in… can it be… sunlight?

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A Simple Wine Pairing Guide with Food

Get To Know Us October 31, 2016

When it comes to food, we fancy ourselves pretty knowledgeable. But when it comes to wine pairing with food, we reached out to our friends at Naked Wines for some tips.

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Our Definitive List of the best Coffee in Sydney

Get To Know Us October 5, 2016

Yeah, it’s a big call. So what? We’ve had 3 double macchiatos are we’re ready to defend our choices to the last breath.

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Karen Russell says:

It’s unfortunate that your reviewer didn’t manage to get south of St Peters or west of Hunters Hill. There are extraordinary coffee houses all over Sydney however your reviewer like most reviewers seem to manage to stay close only to their inner Sydney addresses or places of work.
Maybe you should throw it open to your subscribers who would give a more broad demographic to this survey. I doubt if the rest of us are drinking “ordinary” coffee.
Just a thought.

Greer says:

Karen and Jane,

We couldn’t agree more! Our claim of ‘definitive’ is a bit cheeky here, Western Sydney in particular deserves a whole list of its own – there are so many great places to eat and drink. Watch this space for more reviews coming soon!

Jane Cunliffe-Jones says:

The coffee out west is even better. Black Drum Roasters at Blacktown roast great coffee. I don’t believe that your list is definitive.

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