Recipes

Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Whistler, British Columbia

September 14, 2020

In between time spent on the towering twins of Whistler Blackcomb, one of the most exciting ski villages in the world gets much of its energy from its famed nightlife. Whistler, flooded with expats (mostly Aussies) addicted to the daily cycle of adventure and unwind, has built up a solid reputation for a modest but […]

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Recipe: How to make the Pixieberry Cheesecake from Final Fantasy XIV

September 8, 2020

It’s not often that a game is so stacked with delicious food that it inspires IRL recipes. Final Fantasy XIV is an exception. As one of the most beloved MMORPG’s based on the classic Square Enix series, XIV maintains an enviable space in the world of video games, with a passionate fan base just as […]

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Cocktail Recipe: You’re Grounded by Melbourne Gin

September 7, 2020

Emerging craft gin label Melbourne Gin has just come from securing a Double Gold metal at the 2020 SIP Awards for the second year in a row, which certainly bodes well for their inventive releases as of late. To see what they’ve been playing around with in terms of flavour we hit them up for […]

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Recipe: Poached Seabass with Tomato and Mushroom from COMO Shambhala

August 19, 2020

Bali’s deeply-rooted wellness retreat COMO Shambhala Estate owes much of its worldly repute to its dedicated culinary program. Clean, fresh and healthy eating is but one aspect of the holistic, 360-approach to immersive wellness here, so if a recipe comes from the property’s Head Chef, you can be sure its well worth your time. Fans […]

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Recipe: Tussock Jumper 8-hour Lamb Shoulder

August 18, 2020

We may be sliding down the tail of winter and into spring, but such a soul-stirring dish as an eight-hour lamb shoulder is typically appropriate for any seasons. While you’re spending an inordinate amount of time in your kitchen sharpening up those chef chops, it’s pretty much a requisite for any potential dinner-party-thrower to master […]

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Airfryer Recipe: Fairy Bread Bagels

August 17, 2020

If you’ve spent this year’s ongoing pandemic glued to your kitchen, like most people, then you’ve probably picked up an Airfryer recently. The wondrous kitchen appliance has been MVP for 2020, keeping things nice and (relatively) healthy while still offering up that indulgent deep-fried-esque crisp and almost criminally easy prep. It’s also likely you’ve spent […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Oklahoma, USA

August 7, 2020

From the historic stockyards of Oklahoma City to the electric streets of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma is one of the most fruitful stops on that bucket list Route 66 drive you’ve always wanted to take. While that quintessential trip may be off the cards for now, we’ve gone ahead and sourced a few cocktail recipes to […]

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Recipe: Vegetarian Spring Rolls from Long Chim Sydney

July 29, 2020

David Thompson’s Long Chim in Sydney CBD is now firmly positioned as one of the best spots for modern Thai food in the city. And it’s often the opening acts that get all the fanfare, with plenty of smaller dishes served up as the highlights of this restaurant’s extensive menu. Count the incredible vegetarian spring […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Memphis, Tennessee

July 23, 2020

The historic music city of Memphis isn’t just a beacon for artist’s the world over. The home of the Blues and the birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll also boasts a soulful food and drink scene that’s as much about lip-smacking comfort food as it is fresh seafood with a worldly outlook. Bluff City does boast […]

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Steak and roast tips from a Master Butcher to help you cook through iso

July 16, 2020

With so many beef options out in the market, it can be overwhelming to choose the perfect primal cut for the right occasion. Luckily for you, The AU Review consulted with expert butcher Doug Piper at Australian Beef, who has given us the lowdown on picking the best cut. From the most popular BBQ cuts, […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Singapore

July 16, 2020

We all know Singapore is lionised when it comes to food. Though while dining through the city-state is definitely something every gourmand needs to do at least seven times in their life, it’d be a big mistake to gloss over the incredibly diverse and creative cocktail scene coursing in between all those hawker markets and […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Auckland, New Zealand

July 9, 2020

With talk of a Trans-Tasman travel bubble still floating around – and looking promising – Aussies’ attention is split between their own magnificent backyard and the equally gorgeous landscapes and cities that await across the ditch. Auckland should be front-centre of that vision, with its big-city lifestyle, dynamic dining scene gorgeous harbour, and wine-filled Waiheke […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Las Vegas, Nevada

July 2, 2020

Which U.S city has the best cocktail culture? That’s a bit hard to judge. Is it NYC? San Fran? Chicago? New Orleans? LA? Who knows, but one things for sure – you can’t talk about cocktails without mentioning Las Vegas. The well-heeled oasis of entertainment is often seen as the proving ground for some of […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Colorado, USA

June 30, 2020

Domestic travel is on the cusp of a resurgence with states across Australia beginning to relax lockdown measures. International travel? That’s a different story. With many countries around the world struggling in the fight against COVID-19, we’ve been given conflicting information on when international travel will resume to a sense of normalcy anytime soon. Some […]

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Recipe: Spice Temple’s Kung Pao Chicken

June 26, 2020

Neil Perry’s stalwart Spice Temple is back. After a few weeks of having Rockpool transform the basement venue, the popular Sydney restaurant has fired up the wok for diners to explore the wonders (and heat) of regional Chinese. And that, of course, means 10-dish Golden Banquets, lunchtime Yum Cha, and also signature dishes like Executive […]

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Recipe: Dan Hong’s Lamb Dumplings with sesame sauce and chilli oil

June 25, 2020

Renowned for his work at Sydney favourites like Mr Wong, Lotus, El Loco and Ms. G’s, Merivale’s Dan Hong enjoys a reputation like very few culinary masterminds in Australia. Here, the acclaimed chef supplies us with one of his childhood recipes. The local Chinese dish formally known as Shephard’s purse dumplings has been passed down […]

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Recipe: Clam Chowder from San Francisco’s legendary Fog Harbour Fish House

June 24, 2020

You haven’t really visited San Francisco until you head on down to the waterfront, order up a piping hot clam chowder, and dive right in. The heart-warming, soul-stirring signature is a hit for anyone who heads on over the Bay Area, and we’re here today to let you know how to recreate it at home. […]

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Recipe: KFC Australia shows you how to make a Zinger Parmigiana

June 23, 2020

KFC Australia doesn’t need excessive grease to go straight for the heart. Nope, all they need is to release an easy-to-follow recipe for a supercharged “Zinger Parmy”, taking the pub favourite and maxing it out with the chicken chain’s greatest fillets. Releasing the Zinger Parmy (it should be “Parmi” but the results should more than […]

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Recipe: How to make Native American frybread and Navajo tacos

June 22, 2020

You can’t take a trip through the Southwest of the USA without exploring the rich and diverse history and culture of Native Americans. From New Mexico and Colorado to Utah and Wyoming, there is plenty of opportunity to educate yourself on indigenous North America, and of course that means giving yourself over to the culinary […]

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Recipe: How to make the classic version of a Espresso Martini

June 19, 2020

Did you know it’s National Martini Day today? 2020 has been a truly shitty year so far, but at least the Friday 19th June is bringing up a good excuse to raid the home bar and celebrate one of the most timeless cocktails ever made. And that includes all the twists that come with it, […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Salt Lake City, Utah

June 18, 2020

Domestic travel is on the cusp of a resurgence with states across Australia beginning to relax lockdown measures. International travel? That’s a different story. With many countries around the world struggling in the fight against COVID-19, we’ve been given conflicting information on when international travel will resume to a sense of normalcy anytime soon. Some […]

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Recipe: Portuguese Breakfast from Salt Lake City’s Hub & Spoke

June 16, 2020

Exploring the many different breakfast dishes of the world is the best way to take your taste buds to far-flung destinations. It’s also worth seeing how different cities have adapted traditional recipes from other cultures, reminding you of just how far culinary influences travel. Case in point, this classic Portuguese breakfast being served up in […]

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Recipe: How to make a Baileys Dalgona cocktail

June 15, 2020

Dalgona coffee is good, but have you tried a Baileys Dagona? Something about the creamy coffee mixed up with an even creamier liqueur should be a hit for anyone looking for an alternative to the formidable Espresso Martini. If you want the prove, make it yourself. It’s easy to master, as BWS Insider Sam Benham […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in Monaco

June 11, 2020

Take your taste buds to the middle of the French Riviera and plant yourself in one of the world’s most luxurious destinations. That’s Monaco of course, the iconic city-state of every well-heeled traveller’s dreams and home to some of the ritziest bars in Europe. Don’t let the elegance fool you though; Monaco is serious about […]

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Cocktail recipes from the best bars in San Diego, California

June 8, 2020

Domestic travel is on the cusp of a resurgence with states across Australia beginning to relax lockdown measures. International travel? That’s a different story. With many countries around the world struggling in the fight against COVID-19, we’ve been given conflicting information on when international travel will resume to a sense of normalcy anytime soon. Some […]

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Recipe: Beer Cheese Soup from Vancouver’s Trading Post Brewery

June 5, 2020

This one is for the cheese and beer lovers out there. Vancouver’s popular Trading Post brewery has crafted the unexpected, yet perfectly reasonable combination of beer and cheese into a soup. Featuring local ingredients from Birchwood Dairy’s cheddar cheese and cream, Johnston’s bacon and beer. The contrasting flavours are said to complement each other, creating a […]

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Recipe: Traditional Chocolate Soufflé from Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo

June 4, 2020

It’s time to get in the kitchen, pack that mental suitcase, and travel with your taste buds all the way to Monaco’s most iconic five-star hotel. The famous Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo, a Gold List regular and one of this writer’s long-time dream stays, has lifted the lid on how to make their super smooth […]

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Recipe: Green Chile Pozole from Denver, Colorado

June 2, 2020

Denver, Colorado is known to have quite the range when it comes to its dining scene. The achingly hip city caters just as well to the bar-hopping hipster biting down on a rattlesnack hotdog, as it does for the beatnick revivalist tucking into some fine-dining over an afternoon jazz session in the colourful RiNo Art […]

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Recipe: Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff

June 1, 2020

The Australian Growers Association (AGMA) have deemed mushrooms as the antidote for maintaining a stronger immune system, and with the colder months about to sweep our country, it’s a good idea to start perfecting some hearty dishes championing this essential ingredient. Here, we’ve sourced the AGMA’s recipe for a soulful Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff. Ingredients […]

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Recipe: Guacamole Nationalista from InterContinental London Park Lane

May 30, 2020

During these unprecedented times, when staying at home is of the utmost importance, us here at The AU Review are going to be doing everything we can to help readers live their best lives, indoors. As with many other media companies who typically focus on getting folks out and about, we’re shifting to adapt to […]

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