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I just ordered Uber Eats for dinner. Am I a bad person?

Getting food delivered is not evil. But profiting by squeezing the life out of workers and bricks and mortar restaurants — that's different.

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ACT takes the lead on another frustrated federal issue

The federal government's Health Star Rating system has been criticised for years. So the ACT simply made its own version...

Margaret Fulton receiving her Australia Post Legend award in 2014 (Image: AAP/Dean Lewins)

Vale Margaret Fulton, Australia’s ultimate master chef

Boundlessly inquisitive, quietly political and full of sass, Margaret Fulton saw life as an adventure and wanted to bring everyone along for the ride.

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Bar naan: Brexit shuts the door on migrants and their delicious cuisines

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?

Why do celebrity chefs have so much trouble in Australia?

Adriano Zumbo isn't the first household name to face voluntary administration. Is there something unique about the Australian hospitality industry?

The kind and curious legacy of Jonathan Gold

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.

Thirty five years worth of retail turnover data shows that we now shop very differently to the era of Bob Hawke, big hair and shoulder pads.

How Gen Y is shopping differently to their parents (and how it’s changing the economy)

Thirty five years worth of retail turnover data shows that we now shop very differently to the era of Bob Hawke, big hair and shoulder pads.

Australians are addicted to shows about food -- and SBS is cashing in.

Ad-hungry SBS plates up new food channel

Australians are addicted to shows about food -- and SBS is cashing in.

The food-and-drink publication has opened its own pop-up restaurant in Melbourne.

After six years, Broadsheet getting off the streets and into the kitchen

The food-and-drink publication has opened its own pop-up restaurant in Melbourne.

Did you know it's the International Year of Family Farming and Crystallography? And that's not all you've got to look forward to in 2014, reports <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Broede Carmody</b>.

The year that is: 2014 about kale, beards and ‘crystallography’

Did you know it's the International Year of Family Farming and Crystallography? And that's not all you've got to look forward to in 2014, reports Crikey intern Broede Carmody.

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