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Gourmet Traveller

Feb 01 2021
Magazine

Each issue is packed with great dish ideas, hot restaurants and bars, entertaining tips, the best hotels and lavish spreads on some of the world’s most intoxicating travel destinations - everything you should expect from the Australia's premier food and travel magazine.

Gourmet Traveller

Contributors

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

Editor’s letter

Dishes and destinations • Gourmet Traveller’s round-up of where we’ve been and what we’re eating.

NEWS

THREE OF THE BEST LUNCH BOXES

HOTEL NEWS

A QUICK WORD WITH ERIK THOMSON • The New Zealand-Australian actor on growing up in Scotland, ’70s delicacies, and his new role as a disgraced celebrity chef.

Vinegar • For sauces, marinades and dressings, a good vinegar is often the secret to success, bringing both balance and flavour.

REBECCA LARA • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet Fish Butchery’s Rebecca Lara.

Lettuce • Far from being a bland salad filler, this underrated vegetable can be a true gem, writes SIMON RICKARD.

Macedon Ranges VICTORIA • SAMANTHA PAYNE explores a cool climate wine region producing some of Australia’s hottest wines.

A TASTE OF THE MACEDON RANGES

GIN RICKEY

THREE GINS TO TRY

Dining out • This month, we head to Far North Queensland for a tropical dégustation and hit the road to visit Ten Minutes by Tractor in regional Victoria.

TROP FEAST • Chef Ben Wallace delivers a laidback, tropical Thai-style dégustation, writes ALEXANDRA CARLTON.

QUICK LOOK

A FINE TIME • This fine-dining comeback is a must-visit for its superb menu and impressive wine , writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

QUICK LOOK

MODA ITALIA • A pescatarian menu and a revamp brings the Amalfi Coast to Sydney’s north, writes KARLIE VERKERK.

QUICK LOOK

DECO-DENCE • Perth’s Balthazar might be a restaurant with old-school ideals, but this polished dining room also has an eye on the now, writes MAX VEENHUYZEN.

FAST • Create simple, flavourful meals in less than 30 minutes with these everyday recipes.

Bún cha • Vietnamese food writer Vu Bang once described Hanoi as a town “transfixed by bún cha”. Here in Australia, we’re equally obsessed.

Cleaning squid • Versatile, delicious and perfectly suited to summer, fresh whole squid is easier to prepare than you might think.

The hour of power A-Z of inspiration • Whether you’re working from home or back to the daily commute, turn your lunch break into an hour of power with these tasty tips and tricks from those in the know.

The experts • Whether new world or old-school, these café and deli owners are masters when it comes to powering up your lunch hour.

Flavour saviours • Try a sprinkle or spoonful of these chef-approved staples to elevate your next lunch.

THE ART OF ALFRESC • Summer is the perfect time to make the most of the great outdoors and dining en plein air, writes NADIA BAILEY.

LUNAR NEW YEAR • Steeped in symbolism and tradition, the dishes that usher in the Lunar New Year are auspicious and culturally significant, as ANNIE HARIHARAN and YVONNE C LAM discover.

Keep cool • Substantial salads, fresh and fast seafood, breakfast with Bill Granger, and mastering the art of simplicity with Sabrina Ghayour.

SUPER SALADS • Turn over a new leaf and get creative with salads. No longer relegated to the side line, these creations make salad the star player.

Fresh Catch • Summer and seafood is a match made in heaven, and the freshest catch makes light work of dishes destined to impress.

BREAKFAST WITH BILL • In his latest cookbook Australian Food, brunch king BILL GRANGER...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 156 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Feb 01 2021

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  • Release date: January 24, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

Each issue is packed with great dish ideas, hot restaurants and bars, entertaining tips, the best hotels and lavish spreads on some of the world’s most intoxicating travel destinations - everything you should expect from the Australia's premier food and travel magazine.

Gourmet Traveller

Contributors

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

Editor’s letter

Dishes and destinations • Gourmet Traveller’s round-up of where we’ve been and what we’re eating.

NEWS

THREE OF THE BEST LUNCH BOXES

HOTEL NEWS

A QUICK WORD WITH ERIK THOMSON • The New Zealand-Australian actor on growing up in Scotland, ’70s delicacies, and his new role as a disgraced celebrity chef.

Vinegar • For sauces, marinades and dressings, a good vinegar is often the secret to success, bringing both balance and flavour.

REBECCA LARA • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet Fish Butchery’s Rebecca Lara.

Lettuce • Far from being a bland salad filler, this underrated vegetable can be a true gem, writes SIMON RICKARD.

Macedon Ranges VICTORIA • SAMANTHA PAYNE explores a cool climate wine region producing some of Australia’s hottest wines.

A TASTE OF THE MACEDON RANGES

GIN RICKEY

THREE GINS TO TRY

Dining out • This month, we head to Far North Queensland for a tropical dégustation and hit the road to visit Ten Minutes by Tractor in regional Victoria.

TROP FEAST • Chef Ben Wallace delivers a laidback, tropical Thai-style dégustation, writes ALEXANDRA CARLTON.

QUICK LOOK

A FINE TIME • This fine-dining comeback is a must-visit for its superb menu and impressive wine , writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

QUICK LOOK

MODA ITALIA • A pescatarian menu and a revamp brings the Amalfi Coast to Sydney’s north, writes KARLIE VERKERK.

QUICK LOOK

DECO-DENCE • Perth’s Balthazar might be a restaurant with old-school ideals, but this polished dining room also has an eye on the now, writes MAX VEENHUYZEN.

FAST • Create simple, flavourful meals in less than 30 minutes with these everyday recipes.

Bún cha • Vietnamese food writer Vu Bang once described Hanoi as a town “transfixed by bún cha”. Here in Australia, we’re equally obsessed.

Cleaning squid • Versatile, delicious and perfectly suited to summer, fresh whole squid is easier to prepare than you might think.

The hour of power A-Z of inspiration • Whether you’re working from home or back to the daily commute, turn your lunch break into an hour of power with these tasty tips and tricks from those in the know.

The experts • Whether new world or old-school, these café and deli owners are masters when it comes to powering up your lunch hour.

Flavour saviours • Try a sprinkle or spoonful of these chef-approved staples to elevate your next lunch.

THE ART OF ALFRESC • Summer is the perfect time to make the most of the great outdoors and dining en plein air, writes NADIA BAILEY.

LUNAR NEW YEAR • Steeped in symbolism and tradition, the dishes that usher in the Lunar New Year are auspicious and culturally significant, as ANNIE HARIHARAN and YVONNE C LAM discover.

Keep cool • Substantial salads, fresh and fast seafood, breakfast with Bill Granger, and mastering the art of simplicity with Sabrina Ghayour.

SUPER SALADS • Turn over a new leaf and get creative with salads. No longer relegated to the side line, these creations make salad the star player.

Fresh Catch • Summer and seafood is a match made in heaven, and the freshest catch makes light work of dishes destined to impress.

BREAKFAST WITH BILL • In his latest cookbook Australian Food, brunch king BILL GRANGER...


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