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Big Weekend: Margaret River Gourmet Escape

Big names come to Perth for the weekend
Nov 28, 2012 12:01 pm

In the past 10 years, Perth has changed from a sleepy city with the honor of being the most remote big city in the world to a small-scale metropolis with mining money coursing through its veins and one of the highest rates of millionaires per capita on the planet. This past weekend marked the inaugural MRGE, a food festival to rival all other international festivals. Included: Rene Redzepi, David Chang, and a tribute to Heston Blumenthal.

Freycinet, Tasmania: Where To Stay, High And Low

Options for different budgets on Tasmania's coast
Jul 27, 2012 10:01 am

Halfway up the eastern coast of Tasmania, you’ll find the breathtaking Freycinet Peninsula—a protected national park that dips southeastward into the cold Tasman Sea, forming spectacular bays on either side. Fronting the wild Tasman Sea, there is the legendary Wineglass Bay, renowned for its beaches, the best of...

What Is Australia’s Hottest Restaurant?

The results may surprise you. Though, not too much.
Jul 23, 2012 5:01 pm

Australia has a pretty incredible restaurant scene for a nation of such low population and general far away from everythingness. So we think it would be pretty difficult to name the country's "hottest restaurant." But that's what national newspaper The Australian did.

5 Seriously Cool Restaurants, And A Bar, To Visit In Perth

You don’t hear much about Perth. Listen up!
Jul 6, 2012 11:01 am

Where to eat, and drink, in Australia's fastest growing city.

Illustrated Gallery: Grilling Around The World

Take a look at how the world tackles grilled meat
Jun 1, 2012 12:01 pm
China

As part of Grilling Month on Food Republic, we asked our go-to illustrator David Navas and his wife, writer Judy Cantor-Navas, to take us on a world tour of grilling.

Illustrated Guide to Grilling: Australia

Here's how they cook on the grill Down Under
May 22, 2012 2:31 pm

As part of Grilling Month on Food Republic, we asked our go-to illustrator to take us on a world tour of grilling. While we Americans like to think that we have a trademark on barbecue culture, throwing meat on a grill over fire is a global phenomenon. Still, that's no reason for you to have to look at more boring photographs of steaks and flames. Instead, let's take a more artful look at how different people grill. Globally.

 

Lupe Fiasco, Attacked By Donut Burger

He's in Australia blogging for Food Republic
Apr 24, 2012 10:01 am
The Donut Burger

In a departure from the normal—with a headlong dive to the realm of what can only be called as Fool's Food—I present to you the storied Donut Burger. My touring crew and I have developed a rite of passage called the "Tokyo Chicken Challenge," which involves various culinary expeditions.

Lupe Fiasco, Blown Away By Sydney Seafood

He’s in Australia blogging for Food Republic
Apr 23, 2012 10:01 am

Hugo's Pizza Bar is a trendy supper club in the King's Cross district of Sydney. It specializes in, what else, but pizza. But what impressed me most was not the pizza at all but the fact that it was a world-class seafood restaurant too.

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