The best tomatoes for tomato sauce and Australia's new "tequila"
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by RRR - Triple R
6d ago
Cam walks and talks with Hohn from Tomato City about picking the best tomatoes at Queen Vic Market. Cam chats with Sebastian Raeburn from Distiller for Craft & Co. about tequila and mezcal and the new Agave liquor they managed to produce from Australian produce ..read more
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Taking the temperature of Melbourne, fruit and wine
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by RRR - Triple R
1w ago
Cam and Matt sit down with Besha Rodell, chief restaurant critic for The Age and Good Food, to catch up on the state of the restaurant scene in Melbourne. John Pontelandolfo checks in from a hot day at Tomato City in Queen Victoria Market. And winemaker Duncan Buchanan chats about the excitement of the summer season at the vineyard ..read more
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'The Small Kitchen Cook: Thoughtful Recipes for Tiny Kitchens', and Breaking Bad But Make it Gin!
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by RRR - Triple R
2M ago
Cam Smith and Kent Goldsworthy chat with the delightful Ashleigh Butler about her new book 'The Small Kitchen Cook: Thoughtful Recipes for Tiny Kitchens', which is a collection of recipes for those living the van life, or are living in a tiny home. Butler explains how raising her twins in a combi van helped inspire her to come up with dishes that only need to be cooked on two burners! Three time winner of the International Gin Producer of the Year, Cameron Mackenzie (of Four Pillars Gin), joins Cam and Kent in the studio to reflect on the beginnings of his business. After starting out in the w ..read more
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Slow Food, Why You Shouldn't Buy Washed Potatoes, and Bangkok Street Food!
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by RRR - Triple R
2M ago
Join Cam and Matt as they catch up with award winning food writer, Richard Cornish, who enthuses about Slow Food, an organisation that is centered around traditional cooking and local food promotion. Cornish expands on the magical experience of coming together with people and eating home grown foods, and talks about some of his favourite places that promote Slow Food. John meets with Cam at the Queen Vic Market for his market report and talks all things eggplant, green capsicum, unwashed potatoes, and more! Former Melbourne Food and Wine Festival industry engagement manager, Zenon Misko calls ..read more
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Mushroom Update and the 2023 Eat Drink Design Awards
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by RRR - Triple R
2M ago
This week, Cam’s joined by Matt Steadman for a delicious episode. Cam heads to Prahran Market to chat white truffles with Mushroom Man Damian Pike, along with cherries, white asparagus and giant strawberries. Then, Jury chair for the 2023 Eat Drink Design Awards Amy Woodruff chats about design in hospitality sector and the big winners this year ..read more
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The Great Doughnut Fire of '23!
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by RRR - Triple R
3M ago
The Great Queen Vic Market Doughnut Fire of 23' is nigh!!! Cam Smith and Kent Goldsworthy catch up with Eva and Maria Konecsny, founders of the 'Gewurzhaus' franchise which began in Lygon Street, and now stretches beyond Melbourne to Sydney, Adelaide, and Canberra. Eva and Maria talk about their life changing time in Munich which inspired them to open their shop, and their new book 'Kindred' which is more than just a recipe book, but also a collection of traditions, rituals, and stories from their own family. Self-proclaimed 'Mad Scientist' Roz Kaldor-Aroni chats with Cam about her healthy ice ..read more
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Two Great Reads: 'The Age Good Food Guide 2024' and 'Rumi: Food of Middle Eastern Appearance'
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by RRR - Triple R
3M ago
Cam Smith and Karl Chapman are joined in the studio by Co-Editors of The Age Good Food Guide 2024, Ellen Fraser and Emma Brahimi, to chat about the new edition and what went into creating it. They also talk about the process for being awarded a hat by the critics, which restaurants to look out for this year, and culinary trends. Also, the owner of Lygon Street Restaurant, Rumi, Joseph Abboud also joins the show and talks with Cam about his new book Rumi: Food of Middle Eastern Appearance. Joseph tells us about all the fabulous people who were behind the creation of his book and reminisces abou ..read more
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Prof. Russell Keast on Pyschology of Taste & Noah Crowcroft from Rice Paper Scissors
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by RRR - Triple R
4M ago
Cam and Matt are joined by Professor Russell Keast, from Deakin University, talking about the psychology and physiology of taste and its impact on our decision-making. Then, John Pontelandolfo from Tomato City shares insights into the great quality and prices of his fresh products at Queen Victoria Market. Finally, Chef Noah Crowcroft talks about his Texas roots and his cooking style at Rice Paper Scissors restaurant.  ..read more
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Food Driven Beagles and The Triangle of Taste!
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by RRR - Triple R
4M ago
Cam Smith and Matt have a chat with Chef and Co-Owner of Masons of Bendigo, Sonya Anthony while she takes a walk around Daylesford Lake with her Beagle! Sonya talks about her parents' experience immigrating to Austalia from Solvenia in the 60's and how that impacted the way she feels about food. She also talks about Blume's Historic Bakery and Cam congragulates Masons' 12th birthday! Cara Devine joins Cam and Matt in the studio to talk about her new book, 'Strong, Sweet, and Bitter: Your Guide To All Things Cocktails' and her introduction to bartending. Cara also enlightens us on the Triangle ..read more
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Commemorating Kevin Donovan and Exalting 'The Propitious Esculent' with One Half of The Spud Sisters
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by RRR - Triple R
4M ago
Cam Smith and Kent are joined by prolific food journalist and Food and Drink Hall of Fame inductee, Roslyn Grundy, to remember Kevin Donovan who recently passed away just five days after the sale of his restaurant, 'Donovans', wich was famously founded in 1995 by Kevin and his wife, Gail. Cam catches up with John for his regular market report where they enthuse about pasta types and a 15cm long artichoke! Catherine of the Spud Sisters graces the studio with her presence to talk with Cam about the 'oodles' of potato varieties in Peru and how one goes about growing potatos ..read more
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