Burger blog The Burger Adventure recently unveiled their top 10 burgers in Melbourne for 2013. Take a look at the burgers that made the list.
'Australia' on Serious Eats
Whether you're looking to find a flat white in a true Aussie tradition or simply hoping to get your lamington on on the side, we've compiled a quickstart guide to the Down-Under-infused cafes of New York City.
Which of the Rosemount wines should you grab if you're staring at the grocery store shelf and not sure what to buy? We tasted our way through the entire lineup under $10 to find out.
It's not all shrimp on the barbie and kangaroo bangers in Oz—the country is also home to a great coffee scene, creative Asian fusion, and fresh ingredients foraged from the Outback.
The Flat White, according to expert Australian Emily Oak of St. Ali Coffee Roasters, is best thought of as a stronger, smaller-sized latte.
This week McDonald's Australia came out with a limited-time "Tastes of America" menu featuring sort-of-America-themed burgers, sandwiches, desserts, and more.
It's nearing the time of year when every answer on isiticedcoffeeweather.com is "No," but that's just in the Northern Hemisphere: It's coming on summertime Down Under, where they're known to sip on their own delicious spin on iced coffee.
AHT reader Julia shares her review of the Serious Lamb Burger from McDonald's in Australia.
This week, McDonald's in Australia released its first ever lamb burger, the Serious Lamb Burger featuring a lamb patty topped with tomato, red onion rings, egg, beetroot, salad greens, ketchup, and aioli.
If you're feeling a little flush and are looking for something delicious and new to blow that extra dough on, why not put it toward shipping and handling on a bag of beans roasted by one of these three exceptional overseas coffee artisans?
Australia is well known for its wine and lamb. But what about its local food culture? Aside from my hometown Outback Steakhouse and listening to Men at Work toot about vegemite sandwiches, I've been pretty ignorant to the local food scene in Australia. So on a recent trip to Melbourne, I coaxed an authentic Australian mate (my husband) away from the cricket to show me how the locals eat and drink.
Yesterday In-N-Out appeared in Sydney for the first time at a pop-up event at Mexican restaurant Barrio Chino (sorry we didn't find out earlier so we could tell you guys to actually go to the event). Similar to the In-N-Out pop-up in Shanghai last month, this event also illustrated some not so secret menu items, specifically Animal Style and Protein Style burgers. Prices were a bit higher than in the US: Double-Double for AU $5 (US $5.23), cheeseburger for AU $4 (US $4.18), and hamburger for AU $3 (US $3.14).
Dear Lord, not another one of these things. Here's supposedly the face of Jesus in a three-cheese pizza in New Farm, Brisbane, Australia.
It's been a while since we've had a My Pizza Oven, so I'm happy to welcome Neil Gunning, a chef from Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia, who has built a wood-fired earth oven in his back yard.
I came across three burger-related videos from Australia this week, so I'm lumping them all together in this post because...I can. First, a recent ad from McDonald's showing how manly you can be when you eat a Quarter Pounder...
We don't have set lunches or cafeteria's over here. We have canteens, which mean that kids buy what they want off the menus each day. You can also do "lunch orders" (normally only in primary school), where you or your parents write exactly what you want on a brown paper bag and it's then delivered back to your classroom just before lunch....
In the part of Australia that I lived in for most of my life we had very few "festivals" as such. What we did have, though, was the Royal Show. Every year the Royal Show tours Australia, stopping at untold amounts of places along the way. One of, if not the, most common foods at the Royal Show was the Dagwood Dog, also known as the Pluto Pup. Essentially just a hot dog on a stick, dipped in batter then deep-fried, this is an absolute thing of beauty.
...Of course no proper Australian pantry would be without the ever-present jar of Vegemite, oh prized production of our great nation. This staple is generally purchased in massive amounts, as it never seems to go off, and consumed just as enthusiastically (at least by me)....
Last year McDonald's in Australia release two new premium Angus beef burgers—the Grand Angus and the Mighty Angus—and thanks to their ad campaign the new burgers ended up being the most successful launch in the history of McDonald's Australia....
[Photograph: The Daily Telegraph] Ambrosia On The Spot in Randwick, a suburb of Sydney, has made a 95.5-kilogram (about 210.5 pounds) burger to beat the current Guinness World Record holder for "largest hamburger commercially available", the 84-kilogram burger from...