Posts Tagged ‘Food & Wine’

Stellar adds dash of flavour to Sydney’s newest food precinct

Posted on: May 25th, 2016
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Stellar Concepts has been appointed to launch Saporium, the newest addition to Sydney’s thriving design and eating hub, The Cannery Rosebery. Drawing its name from a hybrid of Sapor, meaning flavour and Emporium, meaning trading place or market, Saporium is a new urban food marketplace housed in a 4,500 square metre revived warehouse that will Read more…

State of Afares: Dining and Drinking Tips Sydney and Melbourne Should Share

Posted on: July 25th, 2013

Let’s face it, the battle between Sydney and Melbourne isn’t ending any time soon. Currently, the facet of this state-off receiving the most attention is restaurants, bars, chefs and everything in between. Before you nod off- assuming this is one of those generic Sydney-versus-Melbourne-rants, not to worry. Instead, let’s put the knives away and take Read more…

Cool Cuisine: 10 New Dining And Drinking Trends

Posted on: May 1st, 2013

Just like fashion, the food industry is fickle with its ever-changing trends. To keep you up to date on what’s hot – from Chang to chooks – read on… 1. HIDE AND EAT The more exclusive and secretive the restaurant or bar, the better. It’s all about drinking and dining venues located inside existing venues. Read more…

Interview with food blogger Helen Yee from Grab Your Fork (Part 2)

Posted on: July 30th, 2010

Following on from yesterday’s post on food bloggers and PR people, today Helen shares her insights about her blogging journey and the food blogger community. RC/ How has blogging changed for you in the past year? HY/ I find myself busier than ever, especially as my site, Grab Your Fork, has opened up a range of Read more…

Interview with food blogger Helen Yee from Grab Your Fork (Part 1)

Posted on: July 29th, 2010

It has been just over a year since Stellar* hosted a Food Blogger and PR Professionals’ Meet Up which resulted in this 15 Tips for Blogger Relations post.  A lot can happen in a month let alone a year, so I was keen to catch up with one of our panellists, Helen Yee from Grab Your Fork, to get an update Read more…

15 tips for blogger relations

Posted on: July 10th, 2009

On 29 June a bunch of PR people and food bloggers got together to discuss blogger relations in response to some recent and very public PR stuff ups involving food bloggers and journos.  At the meet up, a panel discussion was held with Helen from Grab Your Fork, Reem from I Am Obsessed with Food and Ed from Tomato. Read more…

James Halliday goes Gen Y

Posted on: May 19th, 2009

Proving that you’re never too old school to be new school, James Halliday has launched his own iPhone application.    For those who don’t know, James is a leading wine critic and vigneron whose career spans over 40 years. He has contributed to more than 50 books on wine and has had them translated into Read more…

The best PR agency in the known universe

Posted on: November 7th, 2008

We’re in the business of blowing other people’s horns.  We’ve become so accustomed to this role we often forget to blow our own.  However, today we got this email from our client, The Wine Society, so we’re using it to blow our own horn: “Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.  If people Read more…

Food and wine fatigue anyone?

Posted on: October 23rd, 2008

I once complained to friends about occupational food and wine fatigue brought on by Good Food Month.  The scorn that ensued was unparalleled.  I quickly learned that such talk about the struggle of eating and drinking one’s way through a month long parade of degustation, wine dinners, noodle markets, cheese tastings and the like, was Read more…

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