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Category: Food & Wine

Winter warmer: wonton soup

This week, food writer Libby Kimber shares this wonton soup recipe that will warm and nourish from within.

Food for thought: Sky High Tea

Enjoy Sky High Tea at QT Hotel on the first Saturday of every month between June and October in the QT lounge on level 15.

In season: winter produce picks

Our picks for winter produce including dates, strawberries, and grapefruit.

Recipe: lamb and date tagine

A versatile hero in the kitchen, dates can be used in dishes both sweet and savoury. Try this lamb and date tagine for a winter meal that’s packed full of flavour. Lamb, date...

Recipe: mushroom risotto

We’re celebrating in-season produce as we head into winter, and nothing beats the versatility of mushrooms for a nourishing, warming meal. This recipe for mushroom risotto with leek and peas is ideal...

1980 Chinese Restaurant: a fusion of traditional and modern cuisine

Perfect for anyone with a craving for Chinese cuisine, 1980 Chinese Restaurant has undergone a transformation that has revealed a new mouth-watering menu. Located between the Australian National University and the city, 1980...

Perfect persimmons

In season now, persimmons have two varieties and can work in a range of dishes, sweet or savoury!

Your Canberra district vegan wine encyclopaedia

CW's Canberra district vegan wine encyclopaedia puts all your questions at ease when it comes to choosing the right local vegan wine.

Food for thought: Taste Local Festival

Taste Local Festival The Canberra Centre is celebrating local produce this month with the Taste Local Festival. Every Friday in May sees complimentary drinks and nibbles from local producers, while workshops on Saturdays...

Five Canberra cafés with a scenic view

Whether you like to grab your coffee to relax or explore where you are, Canberra has some of the best scenic views for enjoying a cuppa. Here are five cafés with amazing...

Breakfast of champions

Nothing says ‘weekend’ like brunch! This week, we share recipes for a delicious start to a lazy weekend.

French fruit toast with yoghurt and strawberries

Breakfast is sorted this weekend with this delightful recipe for French fruit toast.

Daana celebrates 200 Bhoj menus

For the last five years, owners Sunita and Sanjay Kumar have hosted Daana’s Bhoj – meaning ‘feast’ – on weekends, showcasing cuisines from across India.

Mother’s Day recipe: spiced brioche buns

Treat Mum to a Mother’s Day brunch – in bed, or not, her choice!

New Acton’s Morning Glory to reopen as ‘ILY’

The team behind XO have transformed their Morning Glory venue in New Acton to become ILY, which promises simple, comforting food with a local focus.

21 dog-friendly cafés in Canberra

Calling all dog lovers, looking for a new place to take your pooch? There’s nothing like a good coffee but if you can take your dog, the day is guaranteed to become...

What is, and isn’t, vegan? Your questions explained

Whether you’re vegan, or know someone who is, this article is for you. Canberra Weekly answer your most googled vegan related questions.

Mother’s Day delights

Treat Mum to something sweet! This week, food writer Libby Kimber brings you two Mother’s Day desserts from the cake queens of the CWA.

Time to roll out the Anzac biscuits

It’s that time of year again! Time to whip out the golden syrup and oats and roll yourself some Anzac biscuits.

Lunchbox love: two back-to-school recipes to try

Make the return to school a little more bearable with these back-to-school recipes.

A slice of the pie

This week, food writer Libby Kimber brings you a recipe for the perfect autumnal mini pies with pickles – best enjoyed with loved ones.
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