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Winning Recipes: taking the summer BBQ indoors

Welcome to the second edition of our Winning Recipes video series, brought to you in partnership with Winning Appliances. Today—because it’s summer, after all—Winning Kingston’s Culinary Expert, Danielle Brito, is cooking up a mouthwatering barbeque. But we’re not cooking outside, so there’s no need to watch the weather forecast or clean the Weber. Rather, Danielle […]

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Nutella, Cranberry, Dark Choc Chip Granola

A simple recipe for an indulgent granola recipe you’re going to love. Nutella, cranberry and dark choc chips! What could be better? Ingredients Serves 6 3 cups rolled oats 1/4 cup plain flour Pinch sea salt 3/4 cup Nutella 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips 1/2 cup dried […]

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Glow in the dark donuts are coming to Enlighten

Sydney based donut company Nutie are bringing their Glownuts (yes, you read that right, Glow in the Dark Donuts) to Enlighten 2018.  “We are a fun Sydney based vegan and gluten-free Donut Shop,” says owner Sina Klug. “We take pride in hand making treats that really everyone can eat, love and enjoy together.” After starting from […]

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Recipe: Squid ink pappardelle with olive pesto, lemon and prawns

It’s almost ready to open its doors… And today we can give you a taste what you can expect from Winifred’s Place when it opens soon in the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets. From the people who brought you Lonsdale Street’s Chez Frederic comes a restaurant that gives you the option of either eating in or taking […]

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Even more new places to eat in Canberra: part two

Calm down everyone, yes, there are even more new places to eat. If you missed it, this is part two of this edition of New Places To Eat. Click here if you missed the first delicious instalment, which was A-K. Now we present M-Z. MAMA DOUGH One of Canberra’s tiniest eateries, Mama Dough is pumping […]

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What to eat at the 2018 Multicultural Festival this weekend

Travel the world in a single day.  The National Multicultural Festival is back this weekend and it’s bigger than ever. With your choice of food from all over the globe, it’s going to be tough to decide on what to eat and where to go. In order to make things a bit easier for you, […]

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First Look: Brick & Basil

It’s raining outside and the HerCanberra team are seated at a black and white tiled table groaning under the weight of an Italian feast. Pizza topped with spicy salami and oozing mozzarella, a bountiful antipasto board with creamy cheeses and pickled artichoke, luscious nests of pasta covered with slow-cooked ragu and rich Carbonara. Hungry yet? […]

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20+ new places to eat for autumn

Okay, so it looks like Canberra’s food scene isn’t slowing down anytime soon.  In fact, there were too many places to fit into one editorial. So here are 20+ entries to whet your appetite from A-K, with another instalment featuring the K-Z establishments to come next week. ALASKA SEAFOOD Save yourself a trip halfway around […]

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Recipe: Eton Mess

Traditionally, Eton Mess is presented in a jar or dessert glass but we changed things up a bit so you can get messy with your loved one on Valentine’s Day! This recipe will make enough for two plates of Eton Mess and serves four people. MERINGUE ½ teaspoon cream of tartar ½ teaspoon cornflour ½ […]

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First Look: Foundry Coffee Co.

Lonsdale Street. Kingston Foreshore. Tuggeranong? If you think ‘coffee hot spots’ you’d be forgiven if Canberra’s southernmost suburbs don’t spring immediately to mind. But Tuggeranongians (Tuggeranongites?) are finally getting the coffee they deserve, with the launch of one of the area’s chicest cafés. Foundry Coffee Co. opened earlier this week with what could only be […]

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