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This week in SBS Food’s Blog Appétit – our round up of food blogs worth bookmarking – we bring you Chocolate + Marrow and blogger Brooke Bass’s all American Independence Day menu.
If you take a New Orleans native and move her to Portland, what do you get? One seriously food-loving gal. Through her cooking, Brooke Bass personifies two of America’s all-time food cities – equal parts hearty, Southern food aficionado an...

7 reasons to turn the other cheek

Whether you’re in the midst of a family feud or relationship strife, the reconciling powers of a slow-cooked cheek should not be overlooked. Broker peace over a tender braise, as meat and misunderstandings melt in everyone's mouth.
1. Swap mad for Madiran Inject joie de vivre into dinner with Gabriel Gaté’s joue de boeuf (beef cheeks). Slow-cooked in Madiran wine, the bacon and beef stew is one of delicious decadence. Serve with mashed potato and crusty bread, becau...
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 Anya Kassoff from Golubka Kitchen, a vibrant food blog where culture, creativity and...
Russian-born, Florida-based Anya Kassoff is the inspiring force behind Golubka Kitchen. Anya has a unique was of giving healthy food a tempting and striking makeover. Her blog is bursting with delightfully unexpected flavour combinations y...
The month-long Muslim fast, known as Ramadan, begins on June 18, so to stop those participating from entering a hunger-driven haze, we've plucked seven recipes from India, Indonesia and the Middle East that are worth waiting all day for.
1. Prepare with potato The saying: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” is never truer than in the month of Ramadan, when food is forbidden from dawn until dusk. Wake up before the sun does and prepare this quick breakfast sa...
This week in SBS Food’s Blog Appétit – our round up of food blogs worth bookmarking – we bring you The Funnelogy Channel, one of the best new culinary travel voices to emerge in recent times.
In April 2014, Hong Kong native Gabriella Zanzanaini and Belgian Nicolas Petit quit their jobs to travel overland from Western Europe to South East Asia. En route, they explored Montenegro, Uzbekistan and Central China and, in the homes of...