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Rockpool Blog: Best of 2011

As another year wraps up and we’re all saying ‘I can’t believe this year has gone so quickly’, we thought we would give you a quick recap of the best bits from our blog…  January  Rockpool Bar & Grill Perth Opens The year kicked off with the opening of our newest restaurant, Bar & Grill Perth at […]

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Victor Churchill, Woollahra

Before we begin this post, it’s fair to say that there might not be much in this one for the vegetarians out there.. Victor Churchill is an more than a butcher, it’s a temple dedicated to meat. It’s no exaggeration to claim that Victor Churchill is probably the best butcher in Sydney, and I’ll put all my […]

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Titania Chestnut Fed Beef at Bar & Grill Sydney

We’re pretty excited to have some of the new Titania Chestnut Fed Beef here on the menu at RB&G Sydney. Titania is located in Oberon NSW, up past the Blue Mountains at an elevation of 1113 metres, resulting in a true mountain cilmate with regular rainfall and cool temperatures. The pure-bred Angus cattle are allowed to […]

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Dry ageing beef

Following is a recent story I did For Qantas Australian Way Inflight Magazine…  Dry-ageing is the only way to age beef and improve flavour and texture, in my opinion. The process of ageing in cryovac, or so-called wet-ageing, simply preserves the meat – there is no discernable improvement in flavour. Great beef that is to […]

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