Christmas wine and food matching

The traditional hot Christmas has been eroded somewhat over the years in favour of the seafood extravaganza. It is doubtful that the fish symbol representing Jesus and Christianity has much to do with it. It’s more to do with a hot climate and perhaps a desire to be close to the water, if only vicariously … Continue reading

Taking The Suss Out Of Sustainability

On the eve of ‘Sustainable Seafood Day’ (Friday 20 March) an awareness heads-up for consumers wishing to make ethical seafood choices prior to the seafood feeding frenzy of Easter, I get a tad prickly. I get tetchy about some of the bollocks that gets bandied about in the name of the environment. Sustainable Seafood Day … Continue reading

Cross Your Legs Here Come Those Christmas Aphrodisiacs

The Aussie Christmas seafood extravaganza probably has a lot to do with the spawning of Virgo and Libran children. Nine months prior to these September births a festive feed of oysters, prawns, fish, beer, wine, salad and more may well have been the clandestine erotic catalysts to parenthood. Oysters – well we all know about … Continue reading