Book Reviews Articles

“You hold the right book in your hands. Learning from it will be delicious.” – Anthony Bourdain....
Steep verdant rice terraces, ancient rainforests and fire-breathing volcanoes create the landscape of the world’s largest archipelago – Indonesia. While we can't visit this traveller’s paradise during...
Cooking is what family is all about and these days that means picking up your favourite restaurant meal or having it delivered to your door, as we all cope with the restrictions Covid-19 has placed on...
Look down into the waters of Venice canals today and the view is clear, there are tiny schools of fish and plants waving in the current as nature takes back a city that had become overwhelmed by human...
Showcasing the very best Italian dishes from Tuscany to Rome, ‘The Long & the Short of Pasta’ by Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi, brings to life the real soul of Italy....
For acclaimed Australian Chef Aaron Turner, hot chicken ain’t just food – it’s salvation in crispy, fried and devilishly spicy form....
Tapping into the trend of low-alcohol drinking, you can enjoy cocktails any time of the day with this collection of fresh, flavour-packed recipes sure to make Mum wake up feeling great the morning aft...

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Most of Thuy Diem Pham’s fond childhood memories are connected to food – her Vietnamese family may not have had much, but what they had was tasty!...
You may not be able to head to the sea this Easter, so why not bring the sea to you? These two delicious recipes from Josh Niland's first book, The Whole Fish Cookbook, will certainly put your skills ...
Take an intimate deep dive into Japan’s diversely rich food landscape, with 120 recipes from seven Chefs (three of which you can find linked here)....
Discover the inspiration behind the modern dishes now on the menu at London restaurants, Ceviche SoHo, Casita Andina and ANDINA....
Not just for your coffee table, this book is a true "take it with you" guide to the best trip around Tasmania that you'll ever have....
Four seasons, 20 countries and 80 recipes – that’s what's on the plate from Charlie Carrington’s latest food adventure....
Pocket a little slice of farm life in the city and open the doorway to the addictive world of urban growing, with ‘Slow Down and Grow Something.’...
2019 saw an abundance of new books come across our desks at AGFG. We've picked 12 to suit every family member or friend, from seafood aficionados to the baking queens....
American by birth and Australian by choice, Chris Sidwa turned his back on investment banking and accidentally started a craft beer enterprise that is taking this country by storm. You name the variet...
Just in case you don’t know what they're all talking about – here’s LCHF nutrition, in a nutshell, thanks to the team behind best-selling book What the Fat? How to live the ultimate low-carb healthy-f...
Andalusian cuisine is dictated by the fish in the sea, the animals in the fields and the wilds of the mountains, and the fruit and vegetables grown in orchards and gardens....
In Graeme Stockdale's new book, Red Hot & Smokin! this bearded and tattooed Chef takes readers on a whirlwind tour of fried chicken, BBQ and burgers with all the extras and sides thrown in...
For almost two centuries Australians have been growing grapes and making wine – generations of the same families have made their livelihood from the some of the country’s finest vineyards from the far...