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.
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.
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.
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...