Hospitality's worker shortage (and why closed borders aren't solely to blame), Anchovy's new bánh mì project and apple desserts for all

 
 
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Why border closures aren't the only cause of hospitality's labour crisis

While many are looking to international students to fill job vacancies, the industry talent pool was running dry long before the pandemic. And it'll take a change in government policy and self-reflection from restaurants to make hospitality great again.
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Coming soon: Melbourne's Anchovy to open a bánh mì thịt store, right next door
For the co-owners behind the modern Vietnamese restaurant, their lockdown sandwich side-hustle is turning permanent.
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Cauliflower dreaming: recipes for winter and beyond
Don't you ever boil cauliflower. The humble white vegetable deserves more to bring out all its nutty-flavoured glory.
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An apple dessert a day...
As the weather becomes colder, the lure of this miso caramel apple pie become stronger.
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Alex Davies' baked burrata with marinated zucchini and fermented chilli
Soft baked cheese for dinner? You best believe it.
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