Eat / Drink

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Matt Golinski brings Australian bush flavours alive with seasonal produce to put a spring in your step and great dishes on your table. Serves 4 Ingredients: 1kg whole green king prawns ½ tsp lemon myrtle powder ¼ tsp aniseed myrtle powder 1 clove garlic, crushed 100ml vegetable oil 500gm bunya nuts 50gm spinach 50gm rocket 1

Matt Golinski brings Australian bush flavours alive with seasonal produce to put a spring in your step and great dishes on your table. Ingredients: 500ml strong black coffee 1 tbs ground wattleseed 24 savioarde biscuits 3 eggs, separated ½ cup castor sugar 200gm mascarpone 250ml thickened cream, whipped 150gm roasted macadamia chips cocoa for dusting Method: Pour

The perfect pairing of food and wine can make for an experience that brings out the best in both, as Tony Cox discovers. A recent tasting showcased the RSRV range produced by G.H Maison Mumm, with matching canapes prepared by gun chef Ryan Fitzpatrick of The Ohana

For more than a decade, dining at Sails on Noosa’s Main beach has been a ‘must do’ for anyone holidaying in Noosa or fortunate enough to live locally. There are few places on the Australian coast where you can wine and dine with your toes

There’s something uniquely special in the experience of the handmade, as Michael Brennan discovers. In a time when we can trudge through a shopping centre in almost any suburb across the country and be provided with a virtual copy of the same suite of franchised retail

Deb Caruso meets some kids who are literally growing a micro business thanks to Slow Food Noosa’s School Garden Project.    In 2007, chef and then-President of Slow Food Noosa, Matt Golinski initiated the first School Garden Program, with funds allocated to schools to further children’s

Noosa’s signature foodie festival will look a little different in 2021 but as Deb Caruso discovers, the show will go on, starting with a Summer Celebration. Noosa’s signature foodie festival, the Noosa Eat & Drink Festival will look a little different in 2021, evolving from the

What began as a free online platform for locals to connect with Noosa’s food and drink businesses still operating during the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved into a mobile collective of fantastic places to satisfy your tastebuds and an invaluable one-stop-shop for the foodie industry, as

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