A sneak peak at the Weekend section of tomorrow’s Star
FROM recipes to travel tips to Hollywood hunks, there is some great reading in tomorrow's Weekend section, only available in the print and epaper editions of tomorrow's Weekend Star.
In our Big Read, former model and fashion and beauty editor Deborah Hutton talks about how reaching her 50s has helped her let go of the pursuit of physical perfection.
We take a look at Aussie hunk Chris Hemsworth and his superb performance in his new film, Rush (and not a single giant hammer in sight!).
We talk to Australia's "True Blue" musician John Williamson about why he's signing on for the Boomerang Festival at Tyagerah (which starts next week!).
As always, we have some great stuff for the foodies. We take a look at Byron Bay's new Raw Bar (and pinch their recipe for antioxidand green smoothies for you to try.
We find a new healthy diet that won't require much by way of willpower to stick to, and we have some great recipes for you to try, including an easy pad thai recipe, caramelised onion tarts with rocket and goats cheese salad, and lapin moutarde, which is a fancy (AKA French) way of saying "rabbit in mustard sauce".
Our gardening section this week is all about cacti and how these low-maintenance plants can make your garden look great even when the rain gods aren't playing ball.
Our travel page takes you to Hong Kong and reveals a little-known district where you can still enjoy the city as it was in decades past.
Among our Weekend columnists, Former Byron News editor Digby Hildreth continues to share the story about his battle with cancer and talks about why he's thrown away the anti-depressants he was prescribed.
That's only a smattering of the stuff in tomorrow's Weekend section, and then there is all the news and sport you get every day in the Star as well as other great sections such as our real estate magazine, Domain.
Make sure you grab a copy of the print or epaper edition of tomorrow's Star and enjoy.