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The seasonal cook: Pear

Pears are a versatile fruit, sweet yet with many savoury applications. When they’re at their peak, eat as is, enjoying their juiciness with hints of rose sweetness.
The beloved slice has its own dramatic and historical tale, so how does the story of pizza go?
Described as the love child of a crepe and a crumpet, Australia can’t get enough of the Sri Lankan bowl-shaped pancake known as the hopper.
From a Spanish paella to a Korean dolsot bibimbap, the highlight of many rice dishes is actually that golden crisp crust.
Australia has one of the world’s richest café cultures, but where did it all begin? Dom Knight found out on a visit to a café that was founded in 1686!

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What we're eating (or thinking about eating) this week.

Aloo chana chaat

"Chaat" is an umbrella term for a whole raft of Indian snacks and this version calls for chickpeas, tamarind and a mint yoghurt.
Nothing beats the freshness of a homemade curry paste. This is a delicious vegetarian curry but can easily be modified to make your favourite chicken green curry.

Hazelnut and raspberry cake

Life is definitely too short not to eat cake and this version shows how deliciously healthy your desserts really can be.

Mexican pork and white corn soup

This weekend tap into a little Mexican flair with pulled pork in a rich and nourishing broth that is brimming with flavour.

Burghul pilaf with chickpeas

A Middle Eastern side dish that is the perfect accompaniment to your stew, roast or on its own with a few dollops of Greek yoghurt.
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