• A tour of the new Noma with Rene Redzepi

    Noma closed a year ago, and now is reborn, bolder than ever. Chef and co-owner Rene Redzepi takes you on an exclusive tour of the new restaurant – and outlines his ambitions for the years to come.
  • What we're drinking this month

    From a trophy winning nero d'avola to a botanically refreshing chardonnay, here are our favourite drinks of the month.
  • Barbecue kings

    Big Green Egg or binchotan, asado or braai - there's more than one way to stoke a fire. We ask chefs for their hot tips and tricks for summer grilling.
  • A history of the oyster

    The oyster is the world's most prized mollusc but it wasn't always so. Alecia Simmonds charts its journey from pauper's staple to sharing tables with Champagne.

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New year, new you? Maybe not, but with summer in full swing, now's the time to take advantage of tropical fruit, ripe tomatoes and balmy nights that call for spicy food. And why not learn some new kitchen tricks along the way?

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Barbecue chicken

A perennial crowd-pleaser, our favourite barbecue chicken recipes showcase the versatility of this method of cooking.


Chilled recipes for summer

When the mercury is rising, step away from the oven.


Michael Leunig: how I travel

The cartoonist, poet and author is drawn to remote places and gentle journeys into people’s lives.

World view: Palm Springs, California

Photographer Tom Ferguson joins a tour through the desert city's architectural landmarks - and captures the spirit of the moment.

24 hours in Murrumbateman

Home to a wealth of cellar doors and dining hotspots, Murrumbateman was one of Yass Valley's best-kept secrets. Until now.

Finding adventure in unlikely places

Hungry llamas, lost passports and drunken confessions in Japanese pubs – sometimes adventure comes looking for you, writes novelist Natasha Pulley.