This tasty kale salad recipe comes from Australian chef Mike McEnearney’s new cookbook of seasonal wholefood recipes inspired by the idea that you are what you eat.
Australians' obsession with dude food and Americana dishes seems here to stay, with one of our biggest addictions being ribs of any kind. For this slow-braised recipe, chef Daniel Fleming chose beef short ribs
This recipe is perfect for entertaining and very versatile, says Hilton Adelaide executive chef Daniel Fleming. "Add to a barbecue spread for the family or prepare as a snack while watching the big game."
This quick and easy vegan chocolate mousse is made with avocados, dates and cacao. And if you're sceptical about avocado in a dessert, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised.
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 creamy baked cheesecake has a sweet potato filling – so it’s got to be good for you, right? At the very least, it’ll be good for the soul.
These small syrupy doughnuts are a favourite dessert in India, according to Anjum Anand, author of a new book of Indian recipes inspired by her family and travels.
A South American dry spice blend called Sazon and a fresh chimichurri sauce make this roast beef rump both fragrant and flavoursome.
Inspired by summer holidays spent in Greece, this recipe from nutritionist Vladia Cobrdova is based on the flavours of Greek lemon chicken soup.
This colourful, vegie-loaded alternative to pasta from TV host and chef Anna Gare is a light and healthy meal option after the festive indulgence.
To celebrate the season, we asked five popular Adelaide bars to share a favourite summer cocktail recipe. Warning: contains images that may make you salivate.
Cooking a golden, succulent Christmas turkey on the barbecue is not that difficult if you focus on a handful of critical elements, according to chef and cooking teacher Jamie Purviance.
Cherry yields in South Australia are down this year, but the good news is that the recent warm weather has helped local fruit ripen in time for Christmas.