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WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH
Dishes and destinations • The Gourmet Traveller team share where they’ve been and what they’re eating.
SPRING IN YOUR STEP • A preview of the Mornington Peninsula’s new spa and dining destination, new restaurants to try, cool condiments and fruity facts.
ON THE PASS
Bacon • Take your breakfast to sizzling new heights with a rasher or three of these cured delights.
A QUICK WORD WITH DEBORAH SAMS • The co-founder of iconic fashion brand Bassike on packing tips, morning chai and Friday night dinners.
Artichokes • In early spring, when the kitchen garden is bare, the globe artichoke rises to the moment to fill the hungry gap, writes SIMON RICKARD.
SALLY SCALES • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet activist and artist, Sally Scales.
Margaret River, Western Australia • The south-west coast leads the way in defying inclement weather conditions with its sustainable biodynamic winemaking, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.
MEET THE ARTISTS • Enjoy an intimate curated dining series set inspired by art as Winning Appliances showcases their Culinary Arts Series, with notable chefs creating multi-sensory masterpieces on the plate
Dining out • This month, we explore exciting Filipino dishes at Melbourne’s Serai and Matt Stone’s Bangalow trattoria fare.
SERAI • Ross Magnaye’s modern Filipino restaurant is a bold newcomer to Melbourne, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.
OTHERNESS • A new Barossa wine bar serves elegant dishes that perfectly pair with its own wine and other top South Australian drops, writes KATIE SPAIN.
CIAO, MATE! • Matt Stone puts his signature on old-school Italian at this Bangalow trattoria, writes TRISTAN LUTZE.
ODD CULTURE • Forget smashed avos or açai bowls; the breakfast at this day-and-night bar and restaurant packs a tough punch, writes ALEXANDRA CARLTON.
EVERYDAY • From weeknight suppers to simple entertaining, these everyday recipes keep things fresh, fast and simple.
Congee • This savoury rice porridge is comforting and restorative, and can be flavoured with any toppings you like.
COFFEE’S NEXT WAVE • In Australia, coffee isn’t simply a habit but a way of life. After decades of refining, innovating and pushing the craft into ever more esoteric territory, where does the next sensation lie? NADIA BAILEY gets the state of play.
A NEW DAWNI • It’s the pioneering market that changed how Brisbane shops. When tragedy threatened the future of the iconic markets, the resilience of one family saved the day, writes FIONA DONNELLY.
Star players • Presenting the finalists in the Gourmet Traveller 2023 Restaurant Awards.
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Sunny side up • Golden sweet and savoury delights, a flavour-packed Middle Eastern brunch, and colourful recipes that hero vegetables.
GOLDEN HOUR • From fluffy pancakes to cheesy crêpes, kick-start your day with these flavourful brekkie recipes.
Break the fast, spread the love • Do breakfast a little differently this weekend and create a flavour-packed Middle Eastern feast to share.
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