Boundlessly inquisitive, quietly political and full of sass, Margaret Fulton saw life as an adventure and wanted to bring everyone along for the ride.
We are what we eat — so as more and more restaurants close their doors, what does the increasingly bland state of British cuisine say about underlying attitudes?
Labor MP Tim Watts thinks a Honi Soit writer and his student editors should be "ashamed". But if we're looking to call out ideological travelogues, there are many more to choose from.
Afternoon tea is one of the most satisfying and direct routes to denying the horrendous state of the world.
Adriano Zumbo isn't the first household name to face voluntary administration. Is there something unique about the Australian hospitality industry?
Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, is being remembered as the heartbeat of Los Angeles. That's true, but his iconic work influenced a new wave of eaters, thinkers and writers all around the world.
New union Hospo Voice and Victorian Labor are confronting wage theft in hospitality. But are consumers?
Alan Jones and Mark Latham launched their new book yesterday at an Indian restaurant to the confusion of diners, everyone else.
Adelaide's much venerated Tasting Australia will open with a disproportionately small number of women chefs celebrated. Is this a symptom of a biased industry, or is the festival culpable in sustaining the sausage party?