Taking inspiration from your environment and creating something you believe in is the touch of a true artist and that is certainly the case for local chef Joe Griffin who will be creating a sumptuous feast at The Orchard Estate near Byron Bay.
I’m an old, fat, white chick so people get quite a shock when they have been vilifying the progeny of my ancestors and I happen to mention I am one of them – The Chinese that is.
Tweed Heads locals George Jefferies and Teri Jorgensen have scored themselves finalist places in the 2016 Golden Chef’s Hat awards.
I have never been to India but I have eaten at a lot of Indian restaurants. Love the stuff and I’m very picky…
The Bolt Hole is a unique new Byron Bay bar and restaurant that has just opened near the Byron Surf Club, at the beach end of Fletcher Street. Fitted out with green Chesterfields, a six-metre tarnished-copper bar, reclaimed materials and... Read More →
Have you had a break from your sports over the festive season? Is it time to start thinking about your training and exercise plan for 2016?
Is Ballina destined to become the Venice of the northern rivers, with gondolas floating down River Street, and levee banks protecting the town from rising seas?
James Creagh, Blue Knob. Saturday will see the second annual Fermentation Festival at Blue Knob Market. Last year's was a great success attracting around 350 people. The market was very fortunate to have Sandor Katz present, who is known as the modern guru of all things fermented and has published several books including The Art of Fermentation a New York Times best seller
People love finding hidden places. I know I do. I get no bigger thrill than from discovering an out-of-the-way newbie. Look in the mirror today, and repeat this out loud: ‘I’m spoilt for choice and today I’ll try a new... Read More →
A co-production between Force Majeure and Belvoir, Food combines elements of drama, comedy, dance and cookery in an erotic mix of words and movement. NORPA presents two performances this week.
It’s hard to think of a more ‘Byron’ restaurant than the Byron Beach Café; from its all-weather absolute beachfront dining deck you can see surf, beach, dolphins, the lighthouse or sunset over Mount Warning.
Byron shire locals concerned about how giant chemical supplier Monsanto manipulates food resources around the world took part in a national day of action, with music, talks and information-sharing at Byron Bay's Railway Park on Saturday.
Now in its third year, the Tweed Foodie Fest has gone from strength to strength. What began as a one-night event at the Murwillumbah Showgrounds has extended to 'a five-day feast.
Saturday’s annual Sample Food Festival at the Bangalow Showground showcased local food, growers, producers and chefs. The perfect weather drew hundreds of people to the popular event which included cooking demonstrations and live music.