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Before he became a multi-award-winning restauranteur and chef, Vu Do was an eight-year-old boy who fled Vietnam in a small wooden boat. Alone and without his parents, he and 67 others risked piracy, rough seas and starvation before landing in Malaysia for a two-year stay in a refugee camp.
In just over fifteen years, Vu Do has made a new home in…Read more »
by Anna Gare
Home cooking is something that responds to what’s in the market, what’s in the fridge and who walks through the door. The tart you make on a hot summer night while your friend tells you about her new love affair will be very different from the one you cook in winter for your mother-in-law. That’s what Homemade is all about.
The simple dishes…Read more »
The wait is over! Check out the completely updated edition of this insightful guide to Perth’s fresh food scene. This handy little book was an instant bestseller when first released. The Weekend Australian called it a ‘goldmine of information’ while Travel+Leisure said it was ‘just right for a glovebox or shopping bag.’
The Food Lovers’…Read more »
by Emmanuel Mollois with photography by Karin Calvert-Borshoff
Chef Emmanuel Mollois’ irrepressible enthusiasm is baked into every page of this gorgeous cookbook. You’ll be tempted by Emmanuel’s delicious and easy-to-follow recipes and seduced by photographer Karin Calvert-Borshoff’s mouth-watering pictures.
Emmanuel has selected some of the most popular French pastriesRead more »
Each week a group of women from all over the world gather around a kitchen stove to share cooking experiences and the stories of their homelands. The stove is a common ground for recently arrived immigrant and refugee women. It is a place and time they can just ‘be’, along with a band of local women ready to help them sort out the many problems involved…Read more »
My name is Emma, my story is true and I am telling it because I want my children and my children’s children to know what sort of life I have had, for many things have happened to me. I have seen a lot of changes. I have moved from one country to another — from Italy to Australia — from life on a farm to life in a town, from labour on a farm to work…Read more »