Book Club

Cookbook ‘Smith & Deli-cious’ helps you prepare the perfect vegan meal even meat-lovers will enjoy

When you visit Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse’s plant-based neighbourhood shop, Smith & Deli, you’re likely to find a line […]

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My Indian Kitchen

Inspired by her mother’s cooking, Ashia Ismail-Singer brings her earliest food memories to life with this delicious recipe book. Featuring traditional recipes as well as a range of modern Indian tastes and textures these recipes are sure to inspire.

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Happy Food

Plenty of research has suggested a connection between diet and gut health – but can the food we eat also impact our mood? We speak to Niklas Ekstedt and Henrik Ennart about their new book, Happy Food, and how our diet can affect our wellbeing.

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New on the shelf: Health books worth a read

Looking for a Smart Thinking read this spring? Try one of these health books and inspire a life of wellness. […]

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Book review: The Botanist’s Daughter

Discovery. Desire. Deception. A wondrously imagined tale of two female botanists, separated by more than a century, in a race to […]

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Nigella Lawson celebrates 20th anniversary of her first cookbook

Many of us have a well-worn copy of ‘How to Eat’ in our bookshelf – and now, it’s celebrating 20 years’ […]

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Behind the book: Long Way from No Go

A memoir of an Aboriginal woman, Tjanara Goreng Goreng, who began life without any of the advantages of her fellow […]

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A bunch of new words added to the dictionary

Merriam Webster adds more than 840 new words to their dictionary. A dictionary is said to be a glossary of […]

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4 tips to make a success of your business

So you want to start a business, but need advice on the best approach? MiNDFOOD caught up with Ingrid Thompson, […]

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Book review: ‘Renew your mind’ and stop the stress

Few of us truly enjoy our day-to-day lives. Instead, we run around chasing our ever-growing to-do list, and end up […]

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A book about women and wine in Australia

‘The Fabulous Ladies’ Guide to Wine’ by Jane Thomson is now available, detailing everything you need to know about women and […]

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95-year-old author to publish his 70th book

John Dunmore is a much-published author and world authority on Pacific exploration, recognised for his service by the governments of […]

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The Magic of Writing

Many people shy away from writing because they don’t believe they are a writer, but the truth is everyone can be and should be a writer. Writing is therapy, it is healing, it provides a creative outlet and a way to relax. Writing is magic.

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MiNDFOOD Book Club: Hunger

Each month, someone from the MiNDFOOD editorial team will select a book to read and share, before reviewing it at […]

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MiNDFOOD Book Club: Dreams From My Father

Finish off your summer reading with Obama’s fascinating first book.

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Cocktails: how to make shrub last for years

Shrub, an old-fashioned acidulated beverage, is making a strong comeback in mixology circles.

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Art Stolen from Under Our Noses

Read an excerpt from ‘Art Thieves, Fakers and Fraudsters: The New Zealand story’, by Penelope Jackson.

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Primal Love

Read an excerpt from Dr Debra Campbell’s ‘Lovelands’ – a map for traversing the terrain of love and cultivating the wisdom and self-awareness for a passionate life and relationship.

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Tales from the Kitchen Table

Novelist Mary-Anne O’Connor talks about the real-life inspiration behind the fiction.

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Man Booker short list, surprises again

Man Booker short list; from 155 submissions, to 13 finalists, now down to six.

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Must-Have Cookbooks

Our must-have cookbooks feature recipes that celebrate the seasons and bring warmth to the kitchen, perfect for getting through winter.

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5 Minutes With: Michael Connelly

Connelly sat down with MiNDFOOD to discuss his much-loved character, Bosch, and what lies ahead for his intriguing new series.

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Interview: Markus Zusak, author of The Book Thief

Markus Zusak’s The Book Thief has spent more than six years on the New York Times bestseller list. The author chats to us about the film, the book and the power of storytelling.

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Q&A with Alexis Wright

Indigenous Australian writer Alexis Wright talks about the future of Australia, storytelling and cultural relations ahead of the WordStorm Top End Writer’s Festival this month.

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