When COVID struck, this São Paulo native launched an online food business specialising in Brazilian pastéis, paying homage to her Taiwanese and Chinese heritage in the process.
For too long, our culinary history has ignored First Nations people, who have cultivated and harvested native Australian ingredients for more than 60,000 years.
Beef stroganoff is so popular in Brazil that some Brazilians believe it’s a local dish, despite its century-old Russian roots.
When Jinda opened in 2013, it introduced me to traditional Thai food – that is, the kind you eat in Thailand.
You’re likely familiar with empanadas, Argentina’s half-moon stuffed pastry turnovers, but the empanada is a world away – or at least a country – from empadas, a humble, Brazilian pie.
Opened by a Cambodian-born musician, Kampot Kitchen is the only dedicated num pang cafe in Melbourne.
The tiny island of Sifnos is responsible for Greece’s first celebrity chef, time-honoured dishes cooked in ceramic pots and food that keeps culinary traditions alive.
Thirty kilometres southeast of Melbourne CBD, Inti Gourmet is an unassuming Peruvian restaurant with a loyal following, thanks to dishes like anticuchos de corazon and pollo ala brasa.