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Gourmet Food Safaris with Maeve O’Meara


Wednesday, September 5, 2018

In this week's episode of Journeys to Come, Catriona Rowntree speaks with Maeve O’Meara from Gourmet Food Safaris. ‘Gourmet Safaris’ offers a program of culinary adventures into exotic cuisines readily available in some of Sydney’s most flavoursome food precincts. Food journalist Maeve O'Meara, a food author, broadcaster, and television presenter on SBS Food Safari, designed the Gourmet ...

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Sean’s Restaurant, Bondi


Sunday, April 23, 2017

US-based Salt Hotels Chief Executive David Bowd and Creative Director Kevin O'Shea visited Australia in February this year and clearly fell head over heels in love with Sydney. This was Kevin’s first visit to Sydney. David's last trip was 15 years ago and he found it fascinating to see how much the city has grown, in particular the ...

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Tuscookany

Culinary Adventure in Tuscany


Tuesday, December 13, 2016

I'm a lover of everything Italian, so naturally, I was excited at the prospect of signing up for a Tuscookany cooking class in a beautiful Tuscan villa. My destination was the 18th-century villa Torre del Tartufo, high in the Tuscan hills, a few pleasant hours drive from Rome. The 200-hectare property is surrounded by a truffle estate ...

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Jane and Catriona

Christmas with ​Jane Webster


Thursday, November 3, 2016

The holiday season is upon us... Decorations are up in shopping centres around the country and you'll start to hear Jingle Bell Rock playing while you're shopping for groceries. So to get you prepped for the silly season in style, Catriona spoke with culinary writer and entertainer extraordinaire Jane Webster to give you some Christmas inspiration ...

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Geelong

Geelong Food Guide


Monday, October 31, 2016

Geelong is Victoria’s second largest city and is well and truly a big player in the state's food tourism. With its beautiful, multicultural community, the food choice here is sensational! Fresh produce, including an abundance of fresh seafood, is well-credentialed. So with all this in mind, I headed to Geelong, an hour from Melbourne, and met up with local AFL ...

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Foodies’ Guide to the Hunter Valley


Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The pristine Hunter Valley, just two hours north of Sydney, is one of Australia’s most well-known and loved wine regions. Over 150 wineries producing a huge variety of exquisite drops call this gorgeous region home, and although the Hunter is ‘wine country’, it’s just as renowned as a foodie’s paradise… You’ll find culinary and wine schools, ...

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