Articles tagged with: food trends

Australian extra-virgin olive oils – some of the world’s best!

Australian extra-virgin olive oils – some of the world’s best!

We recently visited Rylstone Olive Press , an olive oil producer in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales. The Rylstone olive oils are award winners, not only in Australia but internationally against traditional olive growing countries like Greece, Spain and Italy. In 2013 two of their oils — the Rylstone Cudgegong and Crooked River oils — won Gold Medals and Best of Show at the inaugural world Olive Oil Show 2013 in New York!

6 March 2019 by Catherine Saxelby

November 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Hot Food Trends for 2019, plus a special book offer

November 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Hot Food Trends for 2019, plus a special book offer

This will be my last Newsletter for 2018, so it’s fitting that it should cover my predictions for hot topics for 2019. I’d also...

27 November 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Turmeric - ancient spice, modern cure-all?

Turmeric - ancient spice, modern cure-all?

In traditional Ayurverdic Indian medicine, turmeric (Curcuma longa), the bright orange-yellow spice used as the basis of curries, is...

21 November 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

May 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, slow-cooking for winter and a fun competition

May 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - Healthy, slow-cooking for winter and a fun competition

There's so much in this month's Foodwatch Newsletter - slow cooking, a chance to have your say, a last chance to grab a pre-sale...

29 May 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

Trendy bowl foods. What are they? Are they healthy?

Trendy bowl foods. What are they? Are they healthy?

A quick tour of the food court or the local cafés will alert you to the rise of ‘bowl foods’. Buddha Bowls, Acai Bowls, Poké...

23 May 2018 by Catherine Saxelby

April 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter -  A hearty winter recipe plus much more.

April 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - A hearty winter recipe plus much more.

You can really feel the bite in the air in the mornings now as winter comes to the non-tropical areas of Australia. Even in the...

24 April 2018 by Catherine Saxelby