FOOD REVIEW: THE ROCKS FOODIE TRAIL

  Let all Australians rejoice for we have some of the world’s prettiest landmarks in our own backyard. A case in point is Sydney’s historic The Rocks area. The traditional lands of the Gadigal (Cadigal) people of the Eora nation, 2016 embraces this precinct as home to history, art, culture and food, with over 50…

FILM REVIEW: IN SEARCH OF ISRAELI CUISINE

  If the prospect of Israeli cuisine leaves you hungry to learn more then there is one documentary film for you. In Search of Israeli Cuisine attempts to answer the question, “What is Israeli cuisine?” In doing so it examines a diverse range of different influences and food styles on Israeli food, which ranges from street…

DVD REVIEW: LUKE NGUYEN’S UNITED KINGDOM

If you were given the opportunity to sample any cuisine in the world it’s a fair chance that the first one to spring to mind would not be British. But the food documentary series, Luke Nguyen’s United Kingdom will challenge your thinking about the U.K.’s cuisine. This ten-part show is a vibrant, uplifting and informative one…