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“Do Your Thing” with a #FridgeShelfie for you chance to win a trip to Melbourne for a $1,000 shopping spree at Salt and Pepper Home. Find out how with Philadelphia and what my #fridgeshelfie turned into!


The final day in Tassie. We catch a gorgeous sunrise, head back to Hobart via Sweet Envy, the sweetest place in town.


There is something so sophisticated about tea. Depending on the blend, it can transport you away, calm you down, soothe a bloated stomach, help with symptoms of a cold, or just keep you going.

This post trials out the new Pyramid Infuser Range from Twinings.


The last in the series of Maggi posts. Hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the new range of products in the Maggi range, that can make your life easier on those busy nights, surprise date nights, or as a cheaper alternative to take away.

Moroccan chicken is no exception, but I do have a tasty tip for you with this one.


I’m not normally one for pre-made sauce sachets, but I give the Sweet & Sticky Pork one a whirl from Maggi. Quicker and easier than going to the Chinese takeaway joint, healthier too!


Sometimes after coming home from work, the last thing you want to do is to slave away in the kitchen. With a little help from Maggi, you can have one hell of a tasty dish whipped up in no time.


As much as I LOVE being single and cooking for one, most recipes “serve 4”.. which is great, as when I’m too lazy to half the ingredients, I cook for 4 and have lots of leftovers to keep me well fed during the week. But sometimes, I get sick of eating the same dish 4 times in the same week.

With the Maggi Just for 2 range, I don’t have to worry about that! It’s just enough for 2 meals.


Lamingtons + Cupcakes = Awesomeness

You can’t go wrong with this combination from goodfood.com.au


Cocktails, mocktails, make them all with Bickford’s Premium Super Fruit Juices! This post has 6 recipes for you to try with the large variety of juices on offer.


This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. Ahhhhh rib eye! The first time my mum cooked rib eye steak I thought I was on an episode of the Flintstones! It’s not a cut I buy due to it’s size and price. But for a special occasion, I’d splash out and buy it. You could easily substitute the

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This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. It’s time to take back Sundays with another great recipe inspired by Campbell’s Real Stock. An easy recipe that takes minimum effort, and produces maximum flavour. The smokiness of the paprika, and the richness of the capsicum make for the ultimate bowl of awesomeness. Add chicken and you’ve got

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This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. Saturdays are usually spent catching up on things you didn’t have time to do during the week, shopping, and running around. But come Sunday, I generally like to enjoy a sleep in, then sloth around for the rest of the day, when I can, or get creative in the

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This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. This post will be short and sweet; just like making my favourite beef salad. Despite my love of blogging, it’s been a long day, and well I want to do other stuff too, like save the world in Little Big Planet, bake, or even watch grass grow. This applies

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A few of us, plus Vanessa and Sarah from Nuffnang headed down to Peko Peko, South Melbourne on a gorgeous sunny Saturday for lunch. Peko Peko brands it’s cuisine as modern Asian. With options of dining in, or take away, it seems to be a popular place with the locals. Jack, the owner is also

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This won’t be the most comprehensive wrap up of the Spring picnic we had yesterday. I’m sure Penny or Thanh will have a more detailed wrap up of the event. I was so overwhelmed trying everything in site I forgot to take photos! If you haven’t been following, Billy & Karen up in Sydney started

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This post was sponsored by Nuffnang I was lucky enough to be one of the winners  of a double pass to the French Festival on Adrian’s blog, Food Rehab. Thanks again Adrian!! If it wasn’t for his blog post, I wouldn’t have even know we had such an event on in Melbourne. It was held at

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One from the archives this time. Not many words, mostly pictures. This is because: a) I can’t remember the names for everything b) I don’t know the  price of anything c) These dishes are the usual suspects when the family and I go out for yum cha The mini hot dogs usually come out on

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Come and join us for a Spring time frolic! (Awesome posted designed by Billy – A Table For Two) What are you waiting for? Register now to find out the details. Melbourne Food Bloggers Register Here Sydney Food Bloggers Register Here Pop on your mad hat, bring a dish & meet some of your city’s

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Miss A and I went for high tea last year at the Park Hyatt. It was all very nice but when she told me the Langham was having ‘Magnificent Macarons’ until the 28th of November. We then made the executive decision to have high tea once a year. I made the booking online via the

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Like Like can lead to Love… Also Recommended #FridgeShelfie – Stuffed Capsicums with Egg Yolk Porn Tasmania [Day 3] Tasmania [Day 1 – Part 2] Chandon • Taste 2013 • Vogue High Tea


This post is sponsored by Nuffnang and Cadbury For as long as I can remember, I have loved chocolate. I can’t remember my first bite, I was too young to remember. The earliest memory of chocolate I have, is when Mum used to meet me at school and we would walk home together. She would usually

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This post was sponsored by Nuffnang Being a food blogger generally means lugging your camera everywhere you go, in case you eat something worth blogging about. The amount of times I’ve been out and forgot my camera is just disgraceful. Having a DSLR camera with different lenses and tripod, all fit into a bag, PLUS carrying

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I’m going to give a warning just like I did before my post on the Taste Festival of Melbourne. Before reading; please put your seat in the upright position, grab a drink/sandwich/over priced pringles and enjoy reading all about the delicious night I had. The date was Tuesday 23rd February 2010 AD. Nuffnang had invited

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“A good salami should feel like the leg of a 17 year old girl” – Gerhard Feiner   I was lucky enough to score an invite to an “intimate” lunch with Matt Preston & Gerhard Feiner. 5 food bloggers were chosen from Melbourne, by Nuffnang. It was a great opportunity to meet Matt Preston, and

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