New year is a time of reflection, so we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on the most delicious things to come out of our kitchens last year.
Fermentation, cricket flour, water sommeliers and more – what we can expect to find on menus and getting attention in 2015.
A handful of our favourite eats and drinks from around the world in 2014.
This blend of nuts, dried fruit, brandy and cinnamon has a rich, sweet and delightfully musty flavour. A welcome addition to any cheese plate!
This creamy but light and refreshing soup is a great start to a meal, break between courses, or served in little cups as a part of your party nibble offerings.
Having people over for a lil celebration and need some light bites to serve? Here’s a guide to some impressive little party food numbers.
Warming olives seems to bring out the meatiness of them, making their flesh more tender and succulent and their flavour more intense. A moreish addition to any platter.
Upstage your roast this year with a ROYGBIV selection of sides.
These little bursts of flavour are great to accompany roasts, mix through salads and grain dishes, serve with a cheese board and can be served pureed too.
A range of ideas to make your platter pop – warm olives, spiced nuts, grape & apple jelly, fig salami, dips, crackers and bread.
This festive-looking number is fresh and crunchy, with hints of sweet and sour flavours. A perfect accompaniment for Christmas roasts, summer picnics and BBQs.
When in doubt, caramelise.
This sweet and nutty side of brussels sprouts and aromatic sage is a great accompaniment to pretty much all roasts.