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Coasting : Issue 4 2009
Go to www.coastingtoday.com.au for regular Central Coast news updates, and to see Coasting magazine in Real View, with special features. Editor: David Stewart Sales Sharon manager: Goodman Design: Kirrily Dures Advertising: Phone 4365 3300 Cover images: Julie Goodwin at Mantra Kooindah Waters Golf and Spa Resort, at Wyong. Eskimo Joe, at Coaster 09. Bellyfish, Terrigal -- Best New Restaurant winner. Pictures by Aaron Brown. Here's a menu to SATISFY all tastes "Wonderful food, Marvellous food, Glorious food." - Food, Glorious Food! from Oliver! THE song Food, Glorious Food! from the musical Oliver! comes to mind when I flick through the pages of this October edition. Although you won't find stories inside about the delights of the "hot sausage and mustard" nor "cold jelly and custard" that are mentioned in the song, there is plenty to sink your teeth into. Our cover story this month is on the Central Coast's MasterChef winner Julie Goodwin who gives Coasting an insight into the factors that will influence where and when she opens her Central Coast restaurant. Nothing could have prepared the Niagara Park mother of three for the whirlwind of business and career decisions, and media and public engagements that have followed since she won the Network Ten reality cooking contest. But it's clear that she has the talent, tools and temperament to cope with it all. We also have our regular two-page dining guide. Our food theme continues with previews to the Terrigal Food and Wine Fair, Tuggerah Food Fair, and Brisbane Water Oyster Festival. And as our piece de resistance we offer you three delicious pages on the Central Coast's best restaurants, as voted this year by Restaurant and Catering NSW. We give you a handy guide to the winners in each category, including mouth- watering pictures. Speaking of pictures, photographer Aaron Brown has compiled an impressive photo essay from the Coaster 09 music festival at Gosford. Our regular features on fashion, music and fitness complete the sort of well rounded menu that we hope will have diners, err, readers coming back to this edition again and again. Editor- David Stewart Easy Shopping at the Centre of the City 171 Mann Street, Gosford Ph 4324 4299 www.imperialshoppingcentre.com.au Proudly supporting Index Julie Goodwin: MasterChef winner is cooking with gas 4 Kotadama: Local band hits No1intheUSA 6 A day at the races: A preview to spring racing season fashions 8 Chop! Chop! Exercise for sporting power 10 She got the look: How to shop for clothes that suit you 11 So, you call yourself a local: Take our quick quiz 12 Party starter: Cocktail of the month 13 Coaster 09: Photo essay of a hot September night 14 Commuting truths: Making sense of travelling by train 16 Hangin' loose: I'll show you how to walk the dog 17 Central Coast Restaurant Awards: All the winners, all the categories 18 Tastes at every turn: Preview to the Tuggerah Food Fair 21 Feasts of fun in the sun: Wine, oysters and messing about in boats 22 Back to the 80s: Summer fashion preview 24 Best of the fest: Australian Springtime Flora Festival gems 25 On The Menu: Dining guide and restaurant profiles 26 Sounds different: Folk, minimalism piano, and country rock 28 For the Diary: Upcoming gigs, events and attractions 30
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