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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...

Why we’re girl-crushing on Silvia Colloca

Haven’t heard of Silvia yet? It’s time for an education. The food blogger and joyous Italian mama will soon grace our TV screens with her new show Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca (starts 8pm Thursday November), and we’re pretty darn excited....
1. She’s feisty when it matters Tuscan stews are like their makers – robust, generous and not for the faint-hearted. This slow-cooked beauty features sage, Chianti, oyster blade steak and a princely seasoning of black pepper. 2. Who else puts t...

11 reasons to toss out that Chinese takeaway menu

Take the greasy spring rolls and salt-laden fried rice off speed dial. Bin the takeout leaflet magnetised to your fridge, and peek inside the icebox for ingredients instead. From fast, healthy stir-fries and 700-year-old soups to devour-me...
1. Dim sum? Don’t want none. Remember the dumplings of yonder years – sad, stodgy dim sum filled with some questionable meat? Thankfully we now live in a dumpling dreamland, replete with xiao long bao, pork pot-stickers and these pillows of pump...

Kitchen farmacy: Wellness Mama

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 nutritionist and blogger Katie the Wellness Mama.
Real-food crusader, nutritional consultant, mother of five and down-to-earth blogger Katie the Wellness Mama is one of the most popular and passionate health bloggers on the planet. She makes kombucha and reads medical journals in her spare time....

Why stand-up is the new sit-down in the food world

The Japanese queue for it, Spaniards swear by it and Thais take it for granted. Standing to eat isn’t a back-up plan, it's a desirable way to dine. From award-winning chefs serving “Michelin to the masses”, to Barcelonan bars and Bangkok street...
1. The democratised dining scene Always one step ahead of the curve ball, Japan's latest culinary trend involves haute cuisine made by Michelin-starred chefs for a third of the price. The catch? No chairs. First opened in 2011, the Ore-no restaur...