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Feb 21 2002 | Author: Winepros
Divine is a quarterly food and wine magazine focusing on the best Australia and New Zealand have to offer with occasional forays into the international arena. It is a food and wine magazine like no other, incorporating exceptional design and typography, art-based photography and loads of informative, up-to-date content that is peppered with more than a dash of irreverence and humour (after all, eating and drinking are meant to be enjoyable).
Divine is fearless in its judgement of the mediocre and a tireless supporter of those who strive for excellence. It is the magazine for independent thinkers, who demand substance and crave knowledge. It is for people who are serious about what they put into their mouth. Find out more about the founder and editor of Divine Magazine, Andrew Wood.
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Divine retails for $9.95 and is available from newsagents throughout Australia as well as selected food and wine outlets in Australia and New Zealand. For your nearest stockist contact Divine on (03) 9489 9951 (food & wine outlets) or Wrapaway on (03) 9486 4400 (newsagents).
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From vegemite to crumbed brains, from the Aussie salad to Bacon du Bedat, Gay Bilson talks sandwiches.
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Occasionally we have what we call 'indulgence weekends'. This one comprised venison and a nine-course Chinese banquet.
Chablis... like a memory of the soil (Members)
One modern Chablis house - that of Jean-Marc Brocard - is making quite a splash at present.
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Food matches for some very special German Rieslings.
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Rosario Scarpato examines the Chilean fish paradox and New Chilean wines.
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To describe as amazing what Moorilla have achieved is a huge understatement - particularly the museum, the calibre of which you would expect to find in the United States or Europe, not Australia (let alone little old Hobart).
The more pleasant side of sausaging lies in the eating.
The definitive article on the wine matching potential of the humble sausage.
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Our affair began in the Hanoi Old Quarter at Cha Ca La Vong, a restaurant famous for its 100-year existence and the only dish it serves - a golden, shimmering Turmeric Fish.
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After eighteen months of quietly collecting what early vintages of Best's Bin 0 Shiraz I could lay my hands on, it was time to taste the wines.
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