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Changing the ‘Game’ in Australian Dining

It was just over three years ago when Brendan Sheldrick decided to throw in the towel on his career and head for greener pastures, quite literally. He and partner Leanne gave up their cushy jobs in Melbourne and took the plunge, moving to Northern Victoria to work as farm hands on a buffalo dairy. After …

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Christmas Meats

The countdown to Christmas has begun. We take great care in acquiring some of the best quality hams and turkeys in Australia. In this article, we take a look at Rare Breed Black Berkshire Ham and Almond Grove Free-Range Turkeys.
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Creative Cuts & Butchery Techniques

We’re always hunting for innovative way to present different cuts on the plate. Our master butchers have created new and tasty ways of preparing and presenting on of the best slow-cooked meats you can use out of a carcass.
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Burgers Made Better. Automation doesn’t mean cutting corners.

Automation doesn’t mean cutting corners. We’re working to make the best burger patties in the country, completely customised and delivered fresh.
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A Tale of Two Grills. To charcoal, or not to charcoal?

We all know finding the right equipment for cooking your steak is just as important as choosing the right cut in the first place, so investing properly in the right grill or oven rather than cutting corners will pay off hugely in both time and flavour.
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Celebrating the World through Food

Appreciating the nuances in another culture’s traditions, the sometimes-unorthodox pairings, the native ingredients, can exponentially increase your enjoyment of a new city. Food has become one of the reasons we travel, one of the many components we recall when recounting details from our travels. For a chef, it can even mean the inspiration to launch something new back home. We dove into the kitchens of two of Sydney’s up-and-coming chefs to uncover the journey to their current menu.
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The New Normal: Immersive Restaurant Experiences

In the Australian hospitality scene, having a clear, succinct concept for your restaurant is key. These days people are no longer satisfied with a jack-of-all trades approach; diners want masters of craft behind the stainless-steel pass of the open-plan kitchens.
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Dry-Aged Meat, Explained

In the early parts of the 20th century, dry-aging was the norm. You’ve seen countless images of beef carcasses hanging around the edges of market stalls. Of course, as time went on, the production of dry-aged beef became more sanitary, and up until the 1970s it was the standard for aging meat. However, the introduction of …

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