For a hands-on Easter feast this year, pile platters high with beautiful South Australian crabs – the spicier the better – along with finger bowls, napkins and plenty of ice-cold wine.
Decadent and delicious, use the best South Australian produce to make the world’s most extravagant club sandwich.
We all scream for ice cream on sunny long weekends – especially these homemade peach semifreddo and pistachio sandwiches.
Guests to any dinner party at Sophie Davies’ house know they’re in for a real French feast, and this simple lamb and potatoes roast always has the whole crowd begging for more.
There’s nothing as refreshing as a frozen dessert on a hot day, and you don’t even need an ice cream maker for this tasty treat.
This sumptuous, rich mousse tart is bursting with berries.
With the school holidays upon us, it’s time for teenagers to step up and take their turn at the stove with this easy, tasty family feed.
Spring is the season of flowers and fresh veggies. Whip up these easy favourites for a light meal or a snack to impress guests.
Is your lemon tree (or your neighbour’s) loaded with fruit? Use up a couple this weekend with this decadent, delicious dessert.
Take your risotto game to the next level with this flavour combination of smokey trout, charred leeks and crispy garlic chips.
The perfect recipe for a busy day: throw everything into the slow cooker in the morning, then impress your guests with a hearty, warming feast at dinnertime.
There’s nothing as comforting on a cold night as a fragrant, spicy curry and, with Rosa Matto’s daag paste in the fridge, dinner can be ready in just a few minutes.
Cold weather has us all reaching for the comfort food, but it’s more important than ever to get some fresh veggies into your diet during the winter months.
Instead of spending hours slaving over a hot stove, whip up this simple, filling staple and you’ll have them all asking for seconds.