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A quick grower with a pleasing flavour, the red beard onion truly delivers – in both name and nature, writes Mat Pember.
This juicy, golden fruit spells summer. Serve it in a slushie, a salad or a dessert for an instant lift of sweetness.
After a year of big name openings, a new Alexandria eatery arrives as a likable - and possibly lovable - local.
Melbourne, it's finally your turn for a taste of David Thompson's uncompromising Thai cooking.
There’s never a dull moment at ultra-glam, slightly mad Pascale, QT Melbourne’s dazzling flagship diner, writes Michael Harden.
Before you start marinating your lamb chops in lemon rind, Greek oregano and garlic to hit the barbecue this summer, consider hosting a Barbecure instead in aid of Cure Cancer Australia’s new fundraising initiative.
Attica’s chef isn’t happiest when eating soils or smears on his days off, it’s souvlaki. We follow him to his favourite spot.
Whether caramelised in a tarte Tartin, paired with slow-roasted pork on top of pizza or tossed through salads, this sweet stone fruit is an excellent addition to summer cooking.
Instagram’s most famous cake, plus a few other sweet hits, is heading south.
What is it about chefs and tattoos? A new book asks the inked to answer for themselves.
Australia is about to get its first glimpse of Seabourn Encore, a glamorous new addition to the Seabourn fleet.
Whether it's raspberries paired with chocolate in a layer cake, or blueberries with lemon in a tart; berries are a welcome addition to any dessert. Here are delicious recipes with berries.
We mourn the loss of a treasured member of the Gourmet Traveller family who passed awayon December 10, 2016. British writer AA Gill was a contributor to the magazine from July 2004. Gill’s travel column was as insightful as it was witty, funny as it was thoughtful – he was without peer. This is the final piece he wrote for Gourmet Traveller; it appears in the December issue, 2016. - Anthea Loucas Bosha, Editor
"This salad bursts with fresh, vibrant flavours and became a signature on my Paramount menus," says Christine Manfield. "I capitalised on using green mangoes in many dishes as they became more widely available. Blue swimmer crabs from South Australia have the most delicious sweet meat. It's best to buy them whole, cook them yourself and carefully pick the meat from the shell - a tedious task but it gives the best flavour. This entree also works well with spanner crab meat (you can buy this in packs ready cooked from reliable fishmongers). The sweetness of the crab, the richness of the fresh coconut and the sourness of green mango make a wonderful partnership. It's all about harmony on the palate and using the very best produce."
With its indie spirit, Seattle is a hub of charming restaurants, innovative galleries and landmark markets.
Qantas flies direct daily from select Australian cities to LA and San Francisco, connecting on American Airlines to Seattle. Virgin Australia flies to LA, connecting on Delta to Seattle, and United Airlines flies daily from Sydney and Melbourne to Seattle via LA.
Chef-owner Eric Johnson serves exceptional Hanoi-inspired dishes - banh mi, goat curry, spicy pork ribs - in a charming room with palm frond-pattern wallpaper, industrial furniture and brass accents.
300 East Pike St, statesideseattle.com
Seafood fans arrive early for seats at the U-shaped bar and order pisco-laced cocktails and popular dishes such as rockfish ceviche and grilled white prawns. Four owners with a wealth of experience run the kitchen and offer faultless service.
3621 Stone Way N, manolinseattle.com
Restaurateur Linda Derschang has a string of excellent venues across the city, and this one might just be the most appealing. Tallulah's features mid-century design, Moroccan floor tiles, well-mixed cocktails and crowd-pleasing dishes, such as wild mushroom flatbread and roast lamb shoulder. Aim for a seat on the deck.
550 19th Ave E, aneighborhoodcafe.com
BEST SEATTLE HOTELS
Guests may be greeted by Brad Pitt on the bed or The A-Team's Mr T, perhaps - the mock-heroic images printed on cushions are among the vintage and contemporary collectables in 97 rooms at this rakish hotel. Housed in a century-old building, the Palladian features amiable service and Pacific Northwest cuisine at Shaker & Spear by chef Carolynn Spence. The historic Belltown location, a block from the waterfront, is ideal for urban excursions.
2000 2nd Ave, palladianhotel.com
Favoured by music fans, art lovers and creatives, this downtown hotel hums with activity day and night. The 163 rooms and public spaces are peppered with contemporary art and photography; its most popular rooms have turntables and vinyl from the city's independent label Sub Pop Records. Guests are treated to complimentary coffee and craft beer. Chef Jason Wilson oversees the wood-fired fare at Miller's Guild.
620 Stewart St, hotelmaxseattle.com
THINGS TO DO
Take a hike in Seward Park, a peninsula that juts into Lake Washington with trails, swimming spots and bald eagles (5900 Lake Washington Blvd S). Seattle is blessed with great galleries, among them Chihuly Garden and Glass with an Alice in Wonderland-like quality created by Dale Chihuly'sglass sculptures set in lush greenery (305 Harrison St, chihulygardenandglass.com). Make a beeline for the long-standing Pike Place Market (85 Pike St) for the city's finest food purveyors, artisanal wares, and restaurants with arresting vistas of Elliot Bay.
WHERE TO SHOP IN SEATTLE
In a city where raincoats are everyday wardrobe items, Totokaelo (1523 10th Ave, totokaelo.com) is a fashion anomaly. Founded by Jill Wenger in 2003, it stocks high-end brands for men and women, including Dries Van Noten, Maison Margiela and Rick Owens. Glasswing carries an appealing mix of clothing, homewares, beauty and plants (1525 Melrose Ave, glasswingshop.com). For design books, head to Peter Miller Books in Belltown (2326 2nd Ave, petermiller.com).
Damn the Weather is the cocktail bar of the moment, rain or shine. Innovative cocktails such as Lazuli (shochu, orange curaçao, blueberry, lemon and pastis) are served with chicken-fat fries.
116 1st Ave S, damntheweather.com
Starbucks originated in Seattle and it's a city that takes its caffeine seriously. Popular indie cafés include Milstead & Co (900 N 34th St), Slate Coffee Bar (5413 6th Ave NW) and Elm Coffee Roasters, a well designed recent arrival (240 2nd Ave S).
In need of instant rejuvenation? Indulge in a sea-salt scrub or mud wrap or plunge into one of several mineral pools at Banya 5, a modern, bustling bathhouse beloved by locals.
217 9th Ave N, banya5.com
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