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Cooking archive
  • Friday, 20th November 2015
  • Maggie Beer

    National treasure Maggie Beer devises recipes Australians want to cook and produced a range of food that flies off the shelves. Now, at 70, she is revolutionising the lives of a generation we should all want to look after - senior Australians.
  • Friday, 7th February 2014
  • Foreign food landing in our supermarkets

    Every year millions of tonnes of imported fruit and vegetables lands in our supermarkets. But at what cost? A Current Affair investigates this foreign food invasion.
  • Thursday, 6th February 2014
  • Great bread debate: Are super grains really better?

    It's the new revolution taking over kitchens across the country every morning – we're talking super breads and their age-old health ingredients, said to hold the secret to good health. But are all these ancient grains worth paying double the price of a supermarket loaf? A Current Affair investigates.
  • Thursday, 23rd January 2014
  • Deep-fried Spring Roll Bomb

    The spring roll might be one of our tastiest imports but they've left a very bad taste in the mouth of this Australian grandmother. Christina followed the instructions, but she did not know she cooked herself a bomb that exploded in her face, leaving her with severe burns. Now she's calling for the snacks to be banned.
  • Thursday, 16th January 2014
  • Gone nuts: Are we too sensitive to nut allergies?

    gic reactions to nuts can be debilitating and at times life-threatening. But should nuts be banned from schools completely or children with nut sensitivities educated to manage their own condition? A Current Affair lifts the lid on the lunchbox debate.
  • Wednesday, 8th January 2014
  • Gluten Free Phenomenon

    First everyone was cutting fat from their diets, and then they targeted the carbs. Now the latest dietary devotion is to go gluten free… but what impact is it really having on our health? A Current Affair investigates the problems and benefits of going without gluten.
  • Monday, 6th January 2014
  • Sweet and sour truth about sugar

    Keeping a healthy diet is hard at the best of times. But when it comes to sugar, the messages from the experts are now even more confusing. So what is it really doing to your body?
  • Friday, 3rd January 2014
  • Super foods for preventing Alzheimer's

    They're calling them super foods and they may just hold the key to preventing early onset of Alzheimer's. Now, A Current Affair reveals the affordable everyday foods that could reduce the risks of the dreaded disease.
  • Thursday, 26th December 2013
  • Top tips for firing up the BBQ this summer

    Millions of Aussies will be firing up the barbie this summer so how do you keep it quick, easy and affordable? A Current Affair consulted the experts and here's their top tips.
  • Friday, 20th December 2013
  • Taking the stress out of Christmas dinner

    It's by far the biggest feast of the year but Christmas dinner doesn't have to be the biggest stress of the year. Whether you're a host or a guest here are some simple and easy tips on how to tackle the beast.

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