One of the first dishes my partner, Ahmad shared with me was his secret falafel recipe. The secret? Three ingredients: chickpeas, garlic and salt. No herbs, no spices. Keep it simple, keep it pure, and keep it traditional, says Ahmad. Coming from Ahwaz, Iran close to the Iraq border, Ahmad recalls the popular fast food … Continue reading How to make the best falafel at home
Liam Flanagan is a finalist in the 2018 Victorian Training Awards Koori Student of the Year. He moved from Darwin to Melbourne when he was 15 years old seeking education and adventure. Now, the 22 year old is the Boarding Coordinator at Melbourne Indigenous Transitional School(MITS). ‘I am proud to be a finalist because I … Continue reading Paving the way: Victorian Student of the Year Liam Flanagan
‘Because of the resilience of the strong Aboriginal women who came before us, we can have it all,’ says Melissa Cole. It is NAIDOC week and the theme, ‘Because of Her, We Can!’ resonates with Haileybury Rendall School Head of Aboriginal Education, Melissa Cole Cole is of Warumungu and Luritja descent and has worked in education for … Continue reading NAIDOC week puts Darwin boarding educator in the spotlight
Originating from the Mesopotamia region in the Middle East, these bite-size balls of energy are commonly known in the West as bliss balls, health balls, energy bites, marathon balls or power balls.
A sweet semolina cake made in many Arab kitchens is easy, elegant and makes a great conversation starter.
Interview with New Humans of Australia With a FaceBook following of over 108k, New Humans Of Australia celebrates the voices of refugees and migrants who call Australia home. Founder and writer, Nicola Gray seeks to reduce discrimination towards migrants, especially refugees, through the powerful medium of storytelling. 'In 2006, I fled from Iran to Syria...We … Continue reading Ahmad’s story
Australian Native produce is giving chefs the edge when it comes to unique flavours and sustainable practice.
Australian Wagyu beef has grown rapidly worldwide, just as pioneer David Blackmore predicted 30 years ago.