Turkey Meatball Recipe with Honey, Rosemary & Thyme

I love balls. Got your attention, didn’t it! I do though. Meatballs are really amazing when the recipe is well thought out and an abysmal failure when done badly. So when I decided to try my hand at my new turkey meatball recipe with honey, rosemary & thyme, I was…

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Turkey Drumstick Recipe With Blueberry & Fig Balsamic Glaze

Turkey has never really been on my radar food-wise. In Australia, we don’t culturally eat it like Americans do for Thanksgiving or Poms at Chrissy. So when I was asked to come up with a turkey drumstick recipe by Steggles, I was really excited to embrace a foodie challenge.

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Review: Cornerstone & Co., Hampton East

  I realised only recently that I hadn’t officially written a review for Cornerstone & Co. in Hampton East, and to be honest I’m pretty damn disappointed in myself. I’ve been coming here for close to 3 years now and it’s by far my favourite cafe in all of Melbourne.…

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Melbourne’s Big Vegan Market

Although veganism has, dare I say it, entered main stream culture, it can still be challenging for both vegans and vegetarians to find suitable food & goods that align with their needs and beliefs. But lucky for you, Melbourne’s Big Vegan Market is on this weekend and it’ going to be…

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Recipe: BBQ Maple Glazed Pork Rashers

Ever wondered why it’s called pork and not pig? It’s all dates back to 1066 when those dastardly Normans did a sneaky little takeover of Britain, eventually making the resident Anglo-Saxons the lower class. The Anglo-Saxons, who were primarily the hunter-gatherers, called the meat what animal they came from; pig,…

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Review: Tom Dick & Harry, South Yarra

Living near South Yarra and the thriving Chapel St & Toorak Rd brunch scene is both a gift and a curse. There’s always some new trendy café to try, some delicious meal to scoff, and then there’s the fact that my complete lack of willpower around a good poached egg…

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Melbourne Food & Wine Festival Guide For 2017

From humble beginnings with a few events in 1993, The Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (MFWF) has flourished into Australia’s most influential and respected food & wine event, bolstering Melbourne place as the world’s most livable city. The festival has previously hosted international chefs such as Nigella Lawson (UK), Jamie Oliver (UK), René…

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