Sniffing Out Truffles
Truffles are the stinky black diamonds of the culinary world. The smallest amount can turn a humdrum meal into a masterpiece. The Publican speaks to Stuart Dunbar, one of Australia’s growing number of truffieres.
Food & Drink
AN OYSTER ADDICT
Steve Feletti won’t settle for anything but the best. And with his fresh oysters, which are fed by the sweet water of the Budawang Ranges and the briny Pacific Ocean, why should he?
Slow-Cooked Lamb Tagine
A clever little dish, the North African tagine acts like a natural pressure-cooker, capturing a cauldron of steam to slow-cook lamb to aplomb. Cooked with winter fruits and served with a glass of mint tea, it makes for a perfect winter feast.
Circa’s sommelier Sally Humble clears up a few common misunderstandings about this complex Japanese delicacy.
Digweed Does Dance
John Digweed is one of dance music’s true originals and his set at Prince Bandroom this weekend is likely to be as unique as he is.
How To: Watch Rugby
We give you an easy-to-follow guide to enjoying the upcoming tour of the British and Irish Lions tour of Australia.
The Farrow Family
Ahead of their performance at the iconic Prince public bar later this month, we talk to Will Cuming of local band Farrow about Melbourne, music and the post-millennium answer to a harmonious family.
Prince Public Bar Live Music Schedule
Ash Grunwald With Scott & Andy From The Living End
Dizzy Wright and Jarren Benton (USA)