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The Food Alternative #48: Winter Food Fest

Wednesday 24th June / presented by Harry Malcolm

The mercury dropped to 2 degrees this morning.

And as we gear up for the Fremantle Winter Music Festival this weekend, it’s the perfect time to wrap ourselves in the warmth of stews, soups and slow cooking.

Tom Randolph, chef/owner of No. 4 Blake Street, joined The Food Alternative to share his approach to winter cooking.

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