These indulgent chocolate brownies incorporate a good smattering of FruChocs – and CityMag has taste-tested the recipe for you.
French food lover Poh Ling Yeow, who will be hosting a six-course Bastille Day dinner at her Adelaide Central Market Stall, shares a recipe for her favourite dessert.
This tangy risotto incorporating fresh fennel bulbs, lemon and herbs comes from interior designer Mickey Robertson's book 'The House and Garden at Glenmore'.
This dish is perfect for a cold night. "Just 'set and forget' while enjoying the wonderful aromas that will waft through the house as the dish cooks," says executive sous chef Josh Gorman.
If you find it hard to resist chocolate, then these no-bake brownies made with raw cacao, almonds and dates are a perfect sweet snack.
Chef Luke Mangan’s version of this popular Spanish tapas dish is made with the spice blend ras el hanout and served with a green tomato chutney and basil mayonnaise.
This salad recipe is shared by 2017 WOMADelaide artists the Hanoi Masters, who will offer an insight into the food and culture of Vietnam at a Taste the World session at this year’s festival.
South Australians are spoilt for choice when it comes to seafood, and this recipe from Daniel Fleming, executive chef at the Hilton Adelaide and Coal Cellar + Grill, is a perfect way to showcase local prawns.
This curry recipe comes from the artists behind 2017 WOMADelaide dance show Attractor, who will be taking part in a Taste the World session at this year’s festival in Botanic Park.
“Lip-smacking, finger-licking good” is how television chef Manu Feildel describes this spicy fried chicken recipe from his latest cookbook.
"There’s nothing straight-laced about punch," writes Australian chef Kate McGhie. "Punch should have punch, as the name suggests, although not necessarily alcoholic."
Chef and restaurateur Peter DeMarco joins CityMag at a new barbecue in Rymill Park to cook up grilled polpetta (meatballs) served with crispy pancetta and a salmoriglio dressing.
Food writer and teacher Anneka Manning puts a modern twist on the traditional Christmas cake with the addition of cranberries and orange.
Nutritionists say we should be eating more fish, and it’s not difficult to take the advice on board with delicious-looking easy recipes like this one from the new Australian Fish and Seafood Cookbook.