River Cottage Australia
Kangaroo, Paul West's favourite native ingredient, is healthy, sustainable and easy to cook - here's how you can give it a go.
We agree, golden syprup and lashings of butter are totally tasty.
Coffee, custard and doughnuts. Individually they are capable of foiling the plans of even the most zealous healthy eater. Together they are transcendent.
This salad combines the earthy sweetness of carrots and onions, the freshness of mint and labne, and pepitas thrown in for crunch.
My preferred cut for roasting pork is the loin with the bone in.
I like to use a mixture of wild weeds such as dandelion, chickweed, purslane, wild brassicas and wild fennel combined with cultivated greens.
There’s plenty of tasty options for when your crusty bread stick becomes a little too crusty.
"There’s something very precious about sitting next to someone, having a meal and just chatting."
It's not just food you can barter for - there are recipes and free advice up for grabs, too.
Want to make a pancake that really stacks up? Paul's got a little secret to share.
When he asked his Instagram posse for things to do in Melbourne, he wasn't expecting to be asked to brew beer and host a dinner.
Homemade gnocchi is a revelation. They’re little pillows that soak up sauce readily, like this simple but excellent braised beef.
Even the best Good Boy makes mistakes. River Cottage Australia's star dog Digger shares his brush with the criminal life.