Laksa's lesser known sibling, Canberra's newest wine bar, and how Australia fell in love with Japanese food

 
 
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How Australia fell in love with Japanese food
Exorbitant Kewpie mayonnaise prices, yakisoba made with spaghetti, and fish without the fat. Australians may have a love affair with Japanese cuisine but for the chefs who were first on the scene, it wasn't always easy.
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Now open: a Canberra wine bar with smart snacks, hidden in a neighbourhood pub
And the maccheroni? You might just recognise it from the menu of a celebrated Melbourne restaurant.
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Vegetarian curries for all your comfort bowl cravings
For fragrant spices and big flavour, minus the meat. This chana masala is an excellent place to start.
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Soufflés: the impossible made possible
Sweet and chocolate-y or rich and cheesy, these recipes take your kitchen skills to new heights.
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Tony Tan's asam laksa
The curry laksa may be better known, but this sweet-sour creation is special in its own way.
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Simon Gloftis' avgolemono
''Every Greek understands the importance of avgolemono. It's one thing I'll eat for the rest of my life.''
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How to visit Paris (without leaving home)
Good food, fine wine and a French flick. Here's how to experience the art of joie de vivre this weekend.
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