Allison Worrall Melbourne's first zero-waste cafe to close its doors next week after a long-running stoush with the council over a compost bin.
Kristen Ochs This year's early harvest has put added pressure on winemakers, some of whom find themselves forced to sit out The Sydney Morning Herald NSW Food and Wine Festival's prestigious Sydney Cellar Door.
Madeleine Heffernan Forty-five-year-old Melbourne ice-cream maker Dairy Bell has been saved from closure and will open a new store near its old East Malvern manufacturing plant.
Susan Parsons Cindy and Walter Steensby, of Scullin, have taken kitchen gardening and organic pursuits to new levels.
Stephanie Clifford-Smith Bruce Tyrrell's wife, Pauline, reckons he burns the water when he makes a cup of tea so cooking's not really his thing. His son, Chris, is more at home in the kitchen and will take over culinary duties for a family or other festive occasion. Together they run Tyrrell's Wines in the Hunter Valley. Chris and his siblings, Jane and John, are the fifth generation continuing the family business which began in 1835.
Richard Conrish We answer your vexing culinary dilemmas.
Owen Pidgeon Never underestimate the history - and uses - of the humble tomato.
Chris Shanahan Chris Shanahan reviews Murray's Rude Boy Pilsner and 4 Pines Citrus IPA for Food & Wine magazine.
Chris Shanahan Chris Shanahan wine reviews for Food & Wine magazine, February 25.