Show BioHide BioBOB HART worked in Fleet Street in the 1960s as a showbiz writer and columnist. After a spell in marketing he returned to Australia and turned his attention to another great love: food. He has written a number of books on the subject and the latest, Bob Hart’s Barbecue Unplugged, will be in shops in late September.
LAST WEEK it was it was steaming hot mulligatawny soup from Southern India, this week BOB HART switches his taste buds to calamari cooked the Vietnamese way: IT HAPPENS to me a lot: someone like Steve Cooper, an old fishing mate and my favourite fishing writer... More »
OUR favourite food Hound, BOB HART, has some timely advice on how to drive the chill from the bones. Your own: HORSES and I have never been close. I have always considered them to be ill-tempered, uncomfortable and a mediocre form of transport. So imagine my s... More »
BOB HART provides his strict recipe for staying safe, sane and well-nourished in your own backyard. There are at least two disturbing issues relating to the way many Australians use their barbecues. The first, naturally, relates to the things they cook on them... More »