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The best of Feast magazine, we’ll miss you

Now’s the time to pick up your copy of the last-ever Feast magazine. We have loved every story and savoured every recipe and here we commemorate Feast’s willingness to plunder the repertoires of nonnas and yiayias everywhere, tackle Spam in the...
  1. Ohn no, don’t go… The Feast team never met a noodle they didn’t like, but when ohn no khaut swe (coconut milk noodles) came onto the scene with its enveloping creaminess, great passions were ignited. The fire for this Burmese dish wil...

Kitchen farmacy: Wholesome desserts

This week in Kitchen Farmacy – our food lover's blog where good health and great taste come together, with recipes to nourish the soul and body – we bring you a mouth-watering collection of wholesome desserts created exclusively by our pick of...
Imagine desserts without the guilt or sugar overload; homemade treats that are as tempting as they are good for you, a feast of nature’s most sumptuous ingredients. Dream no more. The big trend in healthy desserts means you can easily and ...

Eating with an Earth Hour frame of mind

Switch off your computers. Turn the lights out. It's Earth Hour this weekend (8.30pm, Saturday 28 March) and to celebrate the auspicious, electricity-free occasion, we're dining al fresco with dishes from Planet to Plate: The Earth Hour Cookbook....
1. Stop the pigs from sweating like pigs It’s actually a fallacy that pigs sweat. Our porky friends don’t possess sweat glands, so they wallow in the mud as a way to cool down. Heat stress in animals is a huge side-effect of rising tempera...

8 things you didn’t know you loved about Poh

We already know we love Poh Ling Yeow for her fan-worthy talents in the kitchen and on the canvas, but in her brand-new show, Poh & Co., we've discovered a few more endearing idiosyncrasies about the cook and artist that we can't help but love....
  1. She bribes friends with cake  Poh understands that you will catch more flies with honey or, in this case, brown sugar. She goes on the charm offensive with her deliciously simple moist chocolate and brown sugar loaf in the hopes that ...

Blog Appétit: In The Making by Belén

This week in SBS Food’s Blog Appétit – our round up of food blogs worth bookmarking – we bring you In The Making by Belén, an evocative collection of wholefoods, lifestyle inspiration and yoga poses.
Belén Vázquez Amaro is something of a slashie – part-stylist, photographer, recipe developer and yoga instructor ­– and her beautifully styled website reflects her diverse interests and talents, including wellness, which binds the threads ...