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Gourmet Traveller

May 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.

GOUMET TRAVELLER

Dishes and destinations • The Gourmet Traveller team share where they’ve been and what they’re eating.

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

Editor’s letter

Contributors

NEXT GEN • Sparkly new drops, artisanal chocolate, Canberra’s new food market, plus the latest hotel and restaurant news.

RESTAURANT NEWS • THE LATEST FROM CHEFS AND RESTAURANTS AROUND AUSTRALIA

ON THE PASS • with COREY COSTELLOE, ROCKPOOL BAR & GRILL

THREE OF THE BEST • ARTISANAL CHOCOLATE

HOTEL NEWS • THE LATEST BOUTIQUE AND LUXURY HOTELS

A QUICK WORD WITH CLAUDIA KARVAN • One of Australia’s most recognised actors on learning Spanish, living in Bali and her last meal on earth.

Terrine • Teamed with cornichons and some crusty baguette, a thick slice of terrine adds a touch of French elegance to any chacuterie platter.

Feijoas • Low maintenance and easy to grow, the feijoa makes a welcome addition to an early winter garden, writes SIMON RICKARD.

CLARENCE SLOCKEE • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet horticulturist, Gardening Australia presenter and proud Bundjalung man Clarence Slockee.

Langhorne Creek SOUTH AUSTRALIA • Challenging perceptions, this wine region is out to make a new name for itself, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.

A TASTE OF LANGHORNE CREEK

FRENCH 75

THREE SPARKLINGS TO TRY

Dining out • This month, we head to Queensland for a new spin on an old favourite and find a Sri Lankan feast in the Mornington Peninsula.

SEOUL REVIVAL • A modern Korean fine-diner offers twists on traditional dishes with finesse, writes KARLIE VERKERK.

QUICK L OOK

HOT STUFF • An exciting Sri Lankan-inspired bistro and bar spices things up in the Peninsula, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

QUICK LOOK

PERFECT MATCH • Magill Estate lives up to the hype with impressive dishes to match its wine and views, writes TORY SHEPHERD.

ROOM WITH A VIEW • A new home for a familiar favourite proves a winning combination in Brisbane, writes SARAH BRISTOW.

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

Paella • Spain’s best-loved export is the ultimate one-pot wonder.

Steamed pudding • A classic steamed pudding is both comforting and nostalgic, and the perfect antidote to cool autumn days.

KITCHEN WISDOM • From perfect roast potatoes to the cleaning power of fresh lime, we speak to nine chefs about the family secrets they swear by.

CULTURE CLUB • A new wave of café culture is emerging across Australia as chefs and owners bring their diverse cultural heritage and traditions to the table, writes LEE TRAN LAM.

Heritage trust • Opulence and history charm diners at the unique restaurants operating in heritage-listed digs, writes GRACE MacKENZIE.

FEELS LIKE HOME • Australian chefs tell ALEXANDRA CARLTON about the restaurants that put them deep in their comfort zone; where the smiles are genuine, the food is nostalgic and everybody knows your name.

Classic comfort

FAMILY TIES • Ho Jiak owner and head chef JUNDA KHOO shares a Malaysian family banquet that pays homage to his amah.

Life of pies • Golden and crisp, nothing says comfort quite like a freshly baked pie.

All in one • British cook and author ANNA JONES shares comforting recipes that are also good for the earth in her latest...


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

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  • Release date: April 25, 2021

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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.

GOUMET TRAVELLER

Dishes and destinations • The Gourmet Traveller team share where they’ve been and what they’re eating.

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

Editor’s letter

Contributors

NEXT GEN • Sparkly new drops, artisanal chocolate, Canberra’s new food market, plus the latest hotel and restaurant news.

RESTAURANT NEWS • THE LATEST FROM CHEFS AND RESTAURANTS AROUND AUSTRALIA

ON THE PASS • with COREY COSTELLOE, ROCKPOOL BAR & GRILL

THREE OF THE BEST • ARTISANAL CHOCOLATE

HOTEL NEWS • THE LATEST BOUTIQUE AND LUXURY HOTELS

A QUICK WORD WITH CLAUDIA KARVAN • One of Australia’s most recognised actors on learning Spanish, living in Bali and her last meal on earth.

Terrine • Teamed with cornichons and some crusty baguette, a thick slice of terrine adds a touch of French elegance to any chacuterie platter.

Feijoas • Low maintenance and easy to grow, the feijoa makes a welcome addition to an early winter garden, writes SIMON RICKARD.

CLARENCE SLOCKEE • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet horticulturist, Gardening Australia presenter and proud Bundjalung man Clarence Slockee.

Langhorne Creek SOUTH AUSTRALIA • Challenging perceptions, this wine region is out to make a new name for itself, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.

A TASTE OF LANGHORNE CREEK

FRENCH 75

THREE SPARKLINGS TO TRY

Dining out • This month, we head to Queensland for a new spin on an old favourite and find a Sri Lankan feast in the Mornington Peninsula.

SEOUL REVIVAL • A modern Korean fine-diner offers twists on traditional dishes with finesse, writes KARLIE VERKERK.

QUICK L OOK

HOT STUFF • An exciting Sri Lankan-inspired bistro and bar spices things up in the Peninsula, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

QUICK LOOK

PERFECT MATCH • Magill Estate lives up to the hype with impressive dishes to match its wine and views, writes TORY SHEPHERD.

ROOM WITH A VIEW • A new home for a familiar favourite proves a winning combination in Brisbane, writes SARAH BRISTOW.

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

Paella • Spain’s best-loved export is the ultimate one-pot wonder.

Steamed pudding • A classic steamed pudding is both comforting and nostalgic, and the perfect antidote to cool autumn days.

KITCHEN WISDOM • From perfect roast potatoes to the cleaning power of fresh lime, we speak to nine chefs about the family secrets they swear by.

CULTURE CLUB • A new wave of café culture is emerging across Australia as chefs and owners bring their diverse cultural heritage and traditions to the table, writes LEE TRAN LAM.

Heritage trust • Opulence and history charm diners at the unique restaurants operating in heritage-listed digs, writes GRACE MacKENZIE.

FEELS LIKE HOME • Australian chefs tell ALEXANDRA CARLTON about the restaurants that put them deep in their comfort zone; where the smiles are genuine, the food is nostalgic and everybody knows your name.

Classic comfort

FAMILY TIES • Ho Jiak owner and head chef JUNDA KHOO shares a Malaysian family banquet that pays homage to his amah.

Life of pies • Golden and crisp, nothing says comfort quite like a freshly baked pie.

All in one • British cook and author ANNA JONES shares comforting recipes that are also good for the earth in her latest...


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