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The canapé that stops a nation

Galloping horses may be the Melbourne Cup’s raison d'être, but the real action isn’t on a field or fashionista’s head. Nope, our enthusiasm lies smack-bang on a plate and sits pretty in a glass. We’re talking canapés and Champagne, elongated...
1. This chick’s a Makay-pea diva For deep-fried delights, we turn to O Tama Carey’s cauliflower and black olives bites. Coated with a chickpea and caraway seed batter, and seasoned with sprigs of rosemary, these crispy, salty snacks make beverag...

Kitchen farmacy: Wholesome Cook

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 the multi-talented Martyna Angell from Wholesome Cook.
Martyna Angell goes beyond the role of a food blogger at her visually delicious blog, Wholesome Cook. In fact, there is a bundle of hats she wears with ridiculous aplomb, including qualified food coach, food photographer, stylist, recipe...

Blog Appétit: Sinfully Spicy

This week in SBS Food’s Blog Appétit – our round up of food blogs worth bookmarking – we bring you Sinfully Spicy.
Calling all Indian food lovers: Sinfully Spicy, this week’s Blog Appétit hot pick, is for you. (Neophytes, it’ll convert you too.) Indian-born and raised Tanvi Srivastava started blogging when she moved to the US as a new bride. It filled the...

The Mexican holiday for Halloween haters

We’ve hollowed-out pumpkins, turned sheets into “ghosts”, and catered to our fair share of trick-or-treaters. This year we’re ditching Halloween for Mexico’s Día de Muertos a.k.a. Day of the Dead. Kooky and colourful, the food-filled festivity...
1. It’s awesomely ancient The Aztec tradition of Día de Muertos originated some 3,000 years ago, but it wasn’t until the arrival of Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s that it moved to November 1 and 2 – matching up with the Catholic Church’s All...

Blog Appétit: Whole Larder Love

This week in SBS Food’s Blog Appétit – our round up of food blogs worth bookmarking – we bring you Whole Larder Love.
Aussie bloke and activist Rohan Anderson tells it as he thinks it, without fear or favour: supermarket produce is rubbish and what you get from chains is sh*t. You don’t need low sugar/salt/fat, just food with no labels. And you don’t need...