Kirsten Lawson is the editor of Food and Wine magazine, which publishes weekly in The Canberra Times.
Kirsten Lawson Three local winemakers are celebrating gold medals at the National Wine Show on Thursday.
Kirsten Lawson The sparkling wines stood out at the National Wine Show this year, according to judge Stephen Pannell.
Kirsten Lawson Daniel Patterson attracted a gathering of Canberra’s restaurant who’s who when he spoke at a lunch at Aubergine on Wednesday.
Kirsten Lawson Jamie's Italian opens next week for invited customers and the week after that to the public.
Kirsten Lawson Canberrans had a chance to taste their way through local wines in a 100 Years, 100 Wines centenary event.
Kirsten Lawson Jamie's Italian is on a recruitment drive in Canberra this week, holding hands-on interview sessions on Tuesday where wannabe Jamie chefs were put through their paces.
Kirsten Lawson The paleo diet, with its focus on meat protein, is arguably more prominently on the radar than its virtual opposite, a vegan diet, but it's a vegan cafe that is making the noise in Canberra at the...
Kirsten Lawson Nick O'Leary is unhappy about the representation of his wines at the Dieci e Mezzo liquidation auction on Monday, pointing out that the wines are not his eponymous and highly successful label, but a...
Kirsten Lawson Fairfax launches a new food website, goodfood.com.au, this week. Here you will find all our content, plus searchable databases of restaurant reviews, recipes and wines, and extra features like an...
Kirsten Lawson Ben Willis has taken Aubergine restaurant to the top of the pile in Canberra and, for the second year running.
Kirsten Lawson A prohibition notice was issued by ACT health authorities forcing the Bread Nerd premises at Hume to close and clean up early yesterday.
Kirsten Lawson Seven of the country's top young chefs are in Canberra tonight, cooking a meal based on ingredients collected in a five-day tour of the region.
Kirsten Lawson Today is not the day, nor Food and Wine the forum, to risk irreverence on the subject of war, so although I'm drawn to parallels between the mistakes piling up in the splatter of my kitchen and the...
Kirsten Lawson It’s truffle time again, and this year we’re convinced you’re all truffle-savvy enough to have some excellent recipes on hand.