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Gourmet Traveller

Oct 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

Editor’s letter

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

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

ONWARDS AND UPWARDS • The best snacks of lockdown, restaurants opening despite challenges, a free gardening festival, picnic wares and new books to read.

RESTAURANT NEWS

ON THE PASS

THREE OF THE BEST • PICNIC RUGS

LOCKDOWN SNACKS TO TRY

A QUICK WORD WITH COLLETTE DINNIGAN • The iconic designer talks Celebrity MasterChef, eloping in Italy and the joy of travel.

Pepper • One of the world’s most popular spices, pepper is as versatile as it is piquant. Here, we take a deep-dive into five spicy selects.

The hungry gap • While spring signifies rebirth, it’s also paradoxically a lean time in the garden. But it’s not all doom and gloom as there are some seasonal treats growing in the hungry gap, writes SIMON RICKARD.

LILLE MADDEN • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet climate activist and proud Arrernte, Bundjalung and Kalkadoon woman, Lille Madden.

Orange NEW SOUTH WALES • Small, family producers are reviving Orange with exciting new drops, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.

SIDECAR

Dining out • This month, we check out tipples and bar snacks in Armadale and Fremantle, and head to Tasmania and Adelaide for some bold new diners.

BAR NONE • Come hungry to feast on snacks that steal the show at Amaru’s fun new sibling, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

THE LOVELY BONES • A surprising and deeply nurturing experience awaits at Tassie’s new fine diner, writes ALIX DAVIS.

A BRAND NIEUW FUNK • Free-spirited, rebellious and deeply nostalgic, this Fremantle wine bar is in tune with its boho neighbourhood, writes MAX VEENHUYZEN.

RAY OF LIGHT • A standout diner in a new complex shines bright on Adelaide’s dining scene, writes TORY SHEPHERD.

SAMSUNG • The fridge is the heart of any busy family and the Samsung Family Hub™ Smart Fridge takes it one step further. With a built-in Wi-Fi-connected screen, it’s so much more than a fridge.

FISHER & PAYKEL • Sleek and streamlined, this Fisher & Paykel Quad-Door Refrigerator Freezer will look at home in any modern kitchen. Enjoy a 690L storage capacity.

LG • With a spacious interior and external water dispenser, the LG 637L French-Door Fridge with InstaView Door-in-Door is a great choice for the busy modern home.

Hisense • The sleekest French Door fridge in the Hisense range, this generous 585 litre is the perfect addition to any kitchen with a range of great features including an integrated ice and water dispenser.

Westinghouse • Flexibility is key with the clever Westinghouse fridge with SmartSplit door design and a FlexSpace zone which allows you to switch from chill to freeze.

FAST • Create simple, flavourful meals in a flash with these everyday recipes.

Steak tartare • The secret to this elegant French bistro classic lies in carefully prepared top-quality beef. Voilà!

Gratin dauphinois • Crunchy on top and creamy underneath, this classic French dish is the ultimate comfort food.

The final push • With the countdown to reopening our biggest cities officially ticking, JORDAN KRETCHMER speaks to hospitality leaders about the state of the industry

THE SCENE SETTERS • Food, wine and service make the meal. But it’s the little details...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Oct 01 2021

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  • Release date: September 26, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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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

Editor’s letter

WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH

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

ONWARDS AND UPWARDS • The best snacks of lockdown, restaurants opening despite challenges, a free gardening festival, picnic wares and new books to read.

RESTAURANT NEWS

ON THE PASS

THREE OF THE BEST • PICNIC RUGS

LOCKDOWN SNACKS TO TRY

A QUICK WORD WITH COLLETTE DINNIGAN • The iconic designer talks Celebrity MasterChef, eloping in Italy and the joy of travel.

Pepper • One of the world’s most popular spices, pepper is as versatile as it is piquant. Here, we take a deep-dive into five spicy selects.

The hungry gap • While spring signifies rebirth, it’s also paradoxically a lean time in the garden. But it’s not all doom and gloom as there are some seasonal treats growing in the hungry gap, writes SIMON RICKARD.

LILLE MADDEN • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet climate activist and proud Arrernte, Bundjalung and Kalkadoon woman, Lille Madden.

Orange NEW SOUTH WALES • Small, family producers are reviving Orange with exciting new drops, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.

SIDECAR

Dining out • This month, we check out tipples and bar snacks in Armadale and Fremantle, and head to Tasmania and Adelaide for some bold new diners.

BAR NONE • Come hungry to feast on snacks that steal the show at Amaru’s fun new sibling, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.

THE LOVELY BONES • A surprising and deeply nurturing experience awaits at Tassie’s new fine diner, writes ALIX DAVIS.

A BRAND NIEUW FUNK • Free-spirited, rebellious and deeply nostalgic, this Fremantle wine bar is in tune with its boho neighbourhood, writes MAX VEENHUYZEN.

RAY OF LIGHT • A standout diner in a new complex shines bright on Adelaide’s dining scene, writes TORY SHEPHERD.

SAMSUNG • The fridge is the heart of any busy family and the Samsung Family Hub™ Smart Fridge takes it one step further. With a built-in Wi-Fi-connected screen, it’s so much more than a fridge.

FISHER & PAYKEL • Sleek and streamlined, this Fisher & Paykel Quad-Door Refrigerator Freezer will look at home in any modern kitchen. Enjoy a 690L storage capacity.

LG • With a spacious interior and external water dispenser, the LG 637L French-Door Fridge with InstaView Door-in-Door is a great choice for the busy modern home.

Hisense • The sleekest French Door fridge in the Hisense range, this generous 585 litre is the perfect addition to any kitchen with a range of great features including an integrated ice and water dispenser.

Westinghouse • Flexibility is key with the clever Westinghouse fridge with SmartSplit door design and a FlexSpace zone which allows you to switch from chill to freeze.

FAST • Create simple, flavourful meals in a flash with these everyday recipes.

Steak tartare • The secret to this elegant French bistro classic lies in carefully prepared top-quality beef. Voilà!

Gratin dauphinois • Crunchy on top and creamy underneath, this classic French dish is the ultimate comfort food.

The final push • With the countdown to reopening our biggest cities officially ticking, JORDAN KRETCHMER speaks to hospitality leaders about the state of the industry

THE SCENE SETTERS • Food, wine and service make the meal. But it’s the little details...


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