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Jackson Pollock's secret prize-winning recipe for apple pie discovered

Jackson Pollock's secret prize-winning recipe for apple pie discovered
theguardian.com — Jackson Pollock's alcoholism and adultery are well documented. Less well known is that the celebrated modern artist was a massive foodie - before the term even came to prominence. That we know more about Pollock's wild nights at the Cedar Tavern in Greenwich Village than we do about his prize-winning apple pie says something about the way we fetishise tortured artists - readily equating bacchanalian behaviour with creative genius.

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Champion surfer Stephanie Gilmore on how she protects her skin from the sun and surf

Champion surfer Stephanie Gilmore on how she protects her skin from the sun and surf
vogue.com.au — Take notes for your next beach day. As a six-time world champion surfer, Stephanie Gilmore (who is profiled in the January issue of Vogue) is a pro when it comes to mastering a summer-time beauty regime.

Want a Coffee, Mate?

Want a Coffee, Mate?
wsj.com — Specialty cafes are being opened across the city by a wave of young Australian entrepreneurs who want to change the way New Yorkers drink coffee. While many people think Australia's favorite brew is beer, the country is perhaps equally obsessed with coffee, a culture that began with a wave of Italian immigrants carrying stovetop percolators...

Company Joins Peter Luger Along Broadway

Company Joins Peter Luger Along Broadway
online.wsj.com — Restaurant goers have long been making the journey to Broadway in South Williamsburg for steak, but a throng of venues have joined Peter Luger's Steak House to lure more people to the street.

Sarah Saxty, a trend researcher and sourcing brand manager for Australian label Forever New, talks New York fashion

Sarah Saxty, a trend researcher and sourcing brand manager for Australian label Forever New, talks New York fashion
news.com.au — IT'S been a long time since New York's most stylish women hailed cabs in Manolo Blahnik kitten heels and satin floral corsages. New Yorkers are renowned for their trendsetting sartorial ways, but being fashionable in the Big Apple isn't as clichéd as donning hard-to-walk-in expensive stilettos and toting a ubiquitous logo-emblazoned designer bag.

Ian De Oliveira, head chef at The Kelvin Club, is the coolest chef no one knows about

Ian De Oliveira, head chef at The Kelvin Club, is the coolest chef no one knows about
news.com.au — The gentleman's lunch has been made fresh and modern by Ian De Oliveira, the head chef at The Kelvin Club, a private members club in the heart of Melbourne's CBD. A year ago, De Oliveira was poached to overhaul the unadventurous menu of old fashioned meals served at the Kelvin Club since its inception in 1927.

A man of function forms China’s future

A man of function forms China’s future
theaustralian.com.au — Before the cookie settings change will take effect, Safari must restart. To restart Safari press and hold the Home button (for around five seconds) until the iPhone/iPad display goes blank and the home screen appears.

Porteno restaurant in Surry Hills, Sydney, is where celebrities eat when they come to Australia

Porteno restaurant in Surry Hills, Sydney, is where celebrities eat when they come to Australia
news.com.au — IT MAY not overlook Sydney's glorious harbour, its chefs are not on TV and it definitely isn't the most expensive reservation in town, but Porteno is unequivocally the hottest restaurant for celebrities visiting Australia. Since it opened in 2010, the Argentinian barbecue restaurant on Cleveland Street in Surry Hills has attracted a plethora of high-profile international guests who have proudly touted the venue on social media.

Nick Minchin steers ADM to new tilt for GrainCorp

Nick Minchin steers ADM to new tilt for GrainCorp
weeklytimesnow.com.au — AUSTRALIA'S Consul-General in New York, Nick Minchin, has told American company Archer Daniels Midland to try again in its bid for GrainCorp. ADM's $2.6 billion bid for Australia's largest agribusiness was last year rejected by Joe Hockey on grounds including that it could stymie competition in the grains-handling industry.
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Apr 21, 2016

RT @AlyssaRosenberg: A (very) brief Prince and Bowie thought: we've lost two artists who acted as reminders that there's no one right way to be a man.

Mar 31, 2016

These kids will all grow up and learn the truth about their parents. Every kid does. themonthly.com.au/blog/margaret-…

Mar 29, 2016

No one cares what Mark Latham thinks. About anything.

Mar 25, 2016

"The future is bright with the flames of chaos." How white working class disillusionment is responding to Trump wpo.st/oiEP1

Mar 25, 2016

RT @MarkDiStef: My double entendre about @SenatorLudlam made it into The Monthly and couldn't be happier pic.twitter.com/I4qUvO8QSH


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