Josh Niland of Saint Peter shows us how to (successfully) fillet a fish, talks sustainability in all aspects of work and shares his hopes for up-and-coming chefs.
Fiona Walmsley of Buena Vista Farm talks to us about sustainable agriculture, the smartest thing small scale farmers can do and shows us how to make her delicious goats' milk feta.
We visit Ankit and Jaya Chopra at Chutney HQ to learn how to make their delicious apple and cardamom chutney and talk all things food waste.
Pocket City Farms' Michael ‘Zag’ Zagoridis talks to us about starting Sydney’s first urban farm and their collaborative pumpkin ale with Newtown brewers Young Henrys.
This week Suzy shows us how to make her famous vegan sausages, talks bizarre interpretations of her butcher shop and how the internet has shaped the vegan culture of today.
Luke Powell of LP's Quality Meats shows us how to make smoked beef tongue with beef fat vinaigrette, talks meat attitudes and the future of the industry.
We visit Lentil as Anything in Newtown to chat to founder Shanaka Fernando, Lentil Sydney's longest serving and newest volunteers about the pay-as-you-feel vegetarian restaurant!
We hang out in the Hartsyard kitchen where Gregory shows us how to make one of his signature dishes, talks Australia’s food scene and the secret to making it a good one.
Paul runs us through the basics of tea blending, talks T Totaler philosophy and promoting a new drink culture in Australia.
Martin talks his newest venture The Cooks Co-op, the importance of eating seasonally and why he wants to reconnect chefs back with regional growers.
Weed expert Diego Bonetto introduces us to urban foraging, talks about the power of weeds and shows me how to make a salad out of it!
In our first video, Alex Elliott-Howery of Cornersmith in Marrickville talks pickling, bartering and why we should bring back old school food craft.
Here's a little sneak peek of what you can expect from PICKLES, our new video magazine exploring the ideas and people shaping the future of food!