From the Food desk

What's happening on plates locally and around the world.

From cakes to coffee beans, these gifts make a difference.
Le Petit Chef has toured the world and it's now in Melbourne. Here's why you'll want to grab one of the few seats available at this must-Instagram dining event. ...
From hygge to lykke to lagom, we're all understandably obsessed with how the Scandinavians live. A little peek at Swedish Christmas festivities and we're fully...
Breakfast cereal tops the list, a reminder that this time of year can be extra-tough for many.
Renowned chefs have recently begun plating these eggs, but Indigenous people have known about their power for a long time.

Eat well

Separate the food from the fad with the latest health news.

Newly added
Here’s some home-truths you need to know about your diet and sun protection to prevent sunburn this summer.
Coffee lovers with a green tooth can now buy broccoli sprout lattes - made with powerful broccoli sprout powder- from a cafe in Brisbane.
Over three years ago, Claude Lam fell unconscious while driving and woke up in an ambulance. Doctors later discovered that the 37-year-old had heart disease. Lam...
Forget instant miso sachets and customise your own miso soup balls.
Got milk (or cheese?) Knowing the healthiest option to buy is actually more complicated than you'd think.

Play with your food

What the internet is saying about food. *facepalm*

That’s a lot of rice crackers.
Are Spain’s best biscuits created in convents around the country? Better yet, are they delivered to the public via a Lazy Susan? #followthecrumbs
Winter may be over, but that's no reason to pack away this Canadian artist's food quilts.
It’s called #kunstgeschichtealsbrotbelag, and it’s taking off.
These traditional Belgian candies are causing quite the sugar war.
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