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The beaches are as magical as ever and the locals just as herbal, but the towns and countryside around Byron, writes Pat Nourse, are now home to a host of ambitious new eating and drinking experiences.
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Curries, soups and the comfort of custard – it’s time to hunker down for soul food packed with flavour.
This makes a big batch, so if you don't have an extra-large saucepan, halve the recipe. It keeps well refrigerated for several days and also freezes well.
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This cider-roasted pork melts in the mouth. Stuffed into rolls with crunchy crackling and crisp apple slaw, it makes an ideal lunch. Don't let the pan juices go to waste - spoon them over the pork as you fill the rolls.
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Bennelong restaurant is finally open for business under the Quay crew.
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“I recently spent four days in Sydney, and after experiencing the 11-course banquet at Kylie Kwong’s fabulous restaurant in Surry Hills, Billy Kwong, I had to go back just once more to taste the caramelised organic pork belly. I would love it if you would ask her for the recipe as I’d like to make it for friends.”
Dave Egglestone, Mawson Lakes, SA
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