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Get cooking with Urban Harvest – the OzHarvest Cookbook

OzHarvest is a wonderful organisation, which was started in 2004 by the effervescent Ronni Kahn. OzHarvest is the first perishable food rescue organisation in Australia collecting quality excess food from ...

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Shadow Wine Bar

When a new place opens around town and the hype is super positive it means there are fairly high expectations when you go for a visit. But as I found ...

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Pork, Apple and Thyme Sausage Rolls – It’s Time!

I am currently addicted to sausage rolls, just can’t get enough. I love puff pastry and I love that you can get creative with the fillings from batch to batch. One ...

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Shikisai Japanese Cooking Classes – Sushi Time!

I think learning something new is a wonderful thing. It adds another string to your bow, can expand your horizons and in general new skills can be handy to have. So the invitation along to a sushi making class with Shikisai Japanese Cooking Classes was definitely exciting. Shikisai Japanese Cooking Classes are professional classes at […]

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The Cavern

My grandparents used to live in Glen Forrest, so the family frequently visited the hills. It’s a lovely part of Perth, abundant gum trees and a beautiful view across the scarp to the city skyline on the horizon. With my nana now living in Noranda I can’t say I visit the hills all that often, […]

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Roast Veggie Herby Quinoa Salad with Roast Chook

Roast Veggie Herby Quinoa Salad with Roast Chook – a nice easy dinner option and makes for a tasty lunch the next day if you have leftovers. Ingredients listed aren’t exact, just add more or less of what you prefer :) And buy a chook! Ingredients 1.5 cups of quinoa 1 tablespoon Vegeta 1 sweet […]

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High Bench Espresso

There is a plethora of cafes and coffees shops around these days so it can be tricky business to decide where to head for a decent cuppa. I would never profess to be kind of coffee aficionado, but it’s noticeable when you are served a nice coffee.  I recently headed to West Perth for breakfast. […]

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Days and Nights at May Street Larder

I don’t live close to Fremantle so I wouldn’t say that it’s a suburb I visit frequently, but over the course of a week I called into May Street Larder twice, East Freo was in focus. The first visit was with my good friend Mrs P, aka @theholynailperth, for a breakfast adventure. We were both […]

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Whisk Creamery…… yes it is as good as it looks

The Caramel Sandwich from Whisk Creamery is something of dreams. A vision of beautifully sweet indulgence. A Caramel Sandwich – A cronut filled with salted caramel gelato, burnt salted caramel sauce and topped with whipped cream and caramel sauce ($13) Ever since I’d first seen a picture of this epic dessert I knew that one […]

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Piccolo’s Corner

I paid my second visit to Piccolos Corner in West Leederville recently. This suburb is currently my most very favourite for breakfast outings as it fair glitters with breakfast star performers. I had never really considered myself as one that frequently breakfasted, but there’s been many on my calendar of late. Mainly I suspect because […]

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Young George

A new chef in the kitchen creating new menus is an exciting thing. All the more so when the new chef has the creative flair of Melissa Palinkas. You may have previously enjoyed Chef Melissa’s food in Mt Hawthorn at The Cabin or at one of her pop up Alphabet Soup Dining events at various […]

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Why I donate blood

So this isn’t one of my usual more food focused posts, but it is something I feel passionate about and fruit cake does get a mention. Years ago I had a friend who battled cancer. She was an amazing lady, clever and classy and with so much love for her family and friends. It broke my […]

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Hylin- Breakfast Bruschetta Battles Continues!

Bravo Hylin. You’ve just sparked a renewed battle. The battle raged on last year but now round two begins. The battle of the breakfast bruschetta. It is just one of my most favourite breakfasts because you get the delicious oozy mess of a poached egg or two, on top of a mountain of fresh tomato. […]

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