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  1. The Broadsheet Cookbook

    In 2015, I was commissioned to co-write the first-ever Broadsheet Sydney Cookbook, which presents over 80 recipes from Sydney’s favourite restaurants, cafes and bars. I wrote all the major pieces of editorial — including the introduction and features on how to make the perfect coffee, cook a steak, match food with wine and enjoy cocktails […]

  2. The Broadsheet Sydney Cookbook

    Last year, I had the pleasure of working one of my favourite writing projects to date — the first-ever Broadsheet Sydney Cookbook, published by Broadsheet and Pan MacMillan imprint Plum Books. I co-wrote the book with food journalist Jane De Graaff and was lucky enough to interview some of Sydney’s brightest culinary talents including Rockpool’s […]

  3. Painting the town yellow

    First published in Broadsheet, Autumn print issue, March 2014 Yellow, an imaginative Potts Point bistro from Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt, combines culinary inventiveness with artistic legacy. In the 1930s, a hungry Picasso traded brushstrokes for bread at La Colombe d’Or in the South of France – these days diners feast on technicolour abstractions in […]

  4. The Angry Fix

    There’s a faintly dystopian air to the part of Regent Street between Cleveland and Broadway. This pocket of Sydney is a postcard-perfect slice of urban decay, a strip of boarded-up facades and abandoned warehouses that hints that something subversive might be brewing just below the surface. It comes as little surprise that this stretch of […]

  5. Vini

    Published in Broadsheet You’d forgive a city known for dappled light and harbour views for being a little suspicious of moody, intimate wine bars. Where’s the fun in knocking elbows across a pint-sized table, when you can sip a pinot grigio in the afternoon sun? But if you visit Vini, a Surry Hills enoteca with […]

  6. Sketches & Tulip and Coffee Too

    Published in Broadsheet A new North Melbourne cafe combines good food and coffee with hopes of giving new exposure to local creatives. When you live in the type of city that elevates its coffee to high art, the pleasures of caffeine consumption can get a little lost in the process. That’s why the Sketch & […]

  7. Birdman Eating

    Published in Broadsheet Perched near the corner of Smith and Gertrude Streets, the curiously named Birdman Eating serves up sleekness and eccentricity in equal parts. The Fitzroy cafe sits cosily on a downhill slope between neighbours Northside Records and Dr Follicles, offering trattoria style all-day dining with a slice of panache. The cafe is the go-to […]