AB Bishop On Going Native & Win Her New Book!

With our forests burning in wildfires across Australia, our own backyard gardens have never felt more precious. Slabs of welcome greenery in an increasingly over-cooked world....
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Craig Foster’s Fight for Hakeem

  What I admire greatly about Craig Foster is that he is so very understated. I met the man at a FECCA conference in Hobart recently, and as is obligatory these days when in...
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Film: Two Powerful Stories of Secrecy and Cover-Ups

Two new films, The Report and Official Secrets, are chilling reminders of the scurrilous deeds governments can get up to when trying to hide their actions from the people they...
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A Culinary Odyssey in Roma

    A tray of creamy pink icing studded pastries is being held my way– by a strapping Roman chap who looks like he’s just glided off a catwalk. “Mangia!” he commands....
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Turkish Recipe: Veal Meatballs with White Beans & Tahini Salad

    This hearty and delicious Turkish recipe is selected from the wonderful cookbook Adventures in Turkish Eating – Anatolia (Murdoch Books). Authors Somer...
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Kevin Chung’s Pan Roasted Barramundi

Kevin Chung’s Pan Roasted Barramundi

    Here Kevin Chung, Australian executive chef at Starfish Bloo restaurant at the W Spa & Resort in Bali – provides The Starfish with his amazing Pan Roasted Barramundi. Simple, easy to prepare and absolutely delicious!    Ingredients: 160gs... read more
Sue Williams: A City Slicker Goes Bush

Sue Williams: A City Slicker Goes Bush

      Sydney-based writer and journalist, Sue Williams says wandering around Australia, collecting material for her latest book, Welcome To The Outback, has changed her city-slicker outlook for good. She chats to The Starfish about the book (published... read more
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

    Nuri Bilge Ceylan is a Turkish director/producer/writer reputed to be one of the most significant to have emerged this century. His films often deal with estrangement of the individual and are made with a low budget, often with amateur actors and family... read more
Man of the Month – Philip Tomazin

Man of the Month – Philip Tomazin

    Our Man of the Month for July is Philip Tomazin, pharmacist and 200-game state league basketball player. Married once, Philip lives in Perth, has a wonderful 13 year old son and works in Claremont. Without further ado, here are The Starfish’s... read more
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