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The Australian Women’s Weekly Food Issue 39

The Australian Women’s Weekly FOOD magazine is all about food; how to create, make, bake and cook it. With masses of tips, hints, and useful ‘how-to’ pictures and videos, FOOD helps readers to cook with confidence.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
$6.27
$47.10
10 Issues

in this issue

2 min
a letter from the editor

Being a firm fashion enthusiast, for me, any season change brings joy. In winter, I get to swap sun frocks for fur-trimmed jackets – and swap salads for wintry comfort cooking! According to my mother, my great grandmother used to cook in a fur jacket, and I can see why! Yes, I believe that food and fashion go hand in hand. This month’s foodie fashion involves big bowls of deliciously hearty soups and casseroles, and cooking in-season citrus fruit. Around this time of the year, most Sunday afternoons, Mum, Dad, my brother and sister and I would all pile into our Valiant and take a leisurely drive to Mangrove Mountain on the NSW Central Coast. We’d visit a particular orchard that sold boxes of oranges in winter and boxes of peaches…

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1 min
food bites

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED Mission Mini Naan Bread is small in size but big in flavour! With a great traditional taste, Mission Mini Naan is the perfect accompaniment to any curry, and great to serve with dips. Available at Woolworths stores for RRP $3.79. CUPPA FOR A CAUSE Combining classic English design with exotic Moroccan flair, Salt&Pepper has launched its PALAIS collection – and with an added incentive. As a supporter of the recent Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, Salt&Pepper will be donating $20,000 from the sales of PALAIS to the Cancer Council. saltandpepper.com.au/palais JUST BREW IT! Say goodbye to bland homemade coffee and hello to the JURA S8. This new addition is all about big choice and compact design. And with 15 different specialty coffees, from espresso to latte macchiato, you’re spoiled for choice. Visit au.jura.com WHEN LIFE…

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1 min
what’s on

BALLINA FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL Check out the NSW Northern Rivers’ amazing cuisine, premium wines, craft beers and great entertainment at the the Ballina Food & Wine Festival. It will kick off with an After Dark Gala Dinner on Friday, June 29, followed by the main festival on Sunday, July 1. ballinafoodandwine.com.au DAYLESFORD MACEDON PRODUCE HARVEST FESTIVAL One of Australia’s most dynamic and picturesque food and wine regions is the home to #dmpharvest, in rural Victoria. From June 16-25, festival goers will enjoy products from the region’s best growers, provedores, chefs, restaurateurs and vignerons. dmproduce.com.au/dmpharvestfestival/ SEA & VINES WEEKEND Over the June long weekend, 9-11, McLaren Vale Adelaide MINI Garage Sea & Vines Festival will celebrate the culinary and winemaking traditions of South Australia. Enjoy an intimate degustation dinner with winemakers and chefs, winery tours…

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1 min
meet our experts

PAMELA CLARK EDITOR-AT-LARGE, AWW COOKBOOKS “I’ve been working on The Weekly’s cookbooks since 1969 and my love for food hasn’t changed. From the concept to testing, tasting, photography, editing and production – it still gives me a thrill to hold a new book in my hand.” SOPHIA YOUNG EDITORIAL & FOOD DIRECTOR, AWW COOKBOOKS “After starting out as a chef, I moved to magazines and cookbooks as a food editor and stylist. It’s been fun! What drives me the most is to inspire readers by sharing recipes that will result in them cooking great food.” LOUISE PATNIOTIS FOOD STUDIO MANAGER, FOOD STUDIO “My love of good food has set the foundation for a career in food media spanning almost 30 years. What I love most about food and cooking is that it brings people together – it’s an…

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2 min
harvey norman cooking with steam

CRISPY SKIN TIPS FOR A WORTHY ROAST Roast chicken with cranberry, almond stuffing and crisp hasselback potatoes FOR RECIPE VISIT hn.com.au/steam-ovens COOKING WITH COMBINATION STEAM #01 Roasting perfection Roasting is made easy, more succulent and healthier using steam. You will also find your roast will hold most of its weight compared to electric-only cooking, where up to 20% can be lost during the cooking process. BENEFITS OF COOKING WITH A STEAM OVEN Food cooked in steam not only tastes wonderfully tender and juicy, it’s also healthier, with more flavours, nutrients and minerals retained. Plus, you can cook multiple dishes at the same time without the flavour transfer. Cleaning up is a breeze–the moist air on the oven cavity wall heavily reduces food splatter and spills sticking on the bottom of the oven. VISIT HN.COM.AU/STEAM-OVENS FOR MORE INFORMATION ELECTROLUX 60CM…

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1 min
bosch series 8

KEY FEATURES The oven that automatically prepares your dishes, with a PerfectBake sensor and PerfectRoast thermometer, 15 cooking functions, pyrolytic self-cleaning function, telescopic rails, TFT touchscreen control and large 71L capacity. TECH SPECS Made in Germany Touchscreen TFT colour display Child safety lock 15 heating methods Baking sensor PERFECTLY CRISP SKIN When it comes to roasting, the crispier the skin, the better. Create a tender and juicy ham by simply patting the meat dry with a paper towel and rubbing salt all over the skin. With a steam oven, put your ham onto a universal pan and cook at level one. The space around the dish also needs good air circulation, which is essential for an even, consistent cook. EASY CLEAN During the pyrolytic cleaning function, the oven heats up to 480°C to burn off grease and food residue. What’s left…

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