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Weekend Baking – Almond and Orange Zest Dense Butter Cake

22/09/2017 | By

Want cake, but have no fancy appliances? No worries. All you need is a bowl and a wooden spoon to make my tasty Almond and Orange Zest Dense Butter Cake.

weekend baking almond and orange zest dense butter cake

Spring has been dragging it’s heels somewhat this year. We’ve been getting one or two deliciously sunny days, then a week of cold and wet weather.

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Bolton Castle in the Beautiful Yorkshire Dales

18/09/2017 | By

A visit to the 14th century Bolton Castle in North Yorkshire is a fascinating look at English history – and is still held by the Bolton family.

North Yorkshire, bolton castle

For the longest time, Australians were taught English history in schools, rather than the much older history of our own country.

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Made Fresh Every Day – Handmade Noodles at Adelaide’s Bakmi Lim

15/09/2017 | By

Noodles are one of the earliest fast foods, but they aren’t all created equal. The handmade noodles at Adelaide’s Bakmi Lim Noodle Project are a cut above the rest.

bakmi lim noodle project Handmade noodles

Probably one of the original Asian fast foods, noodles have always been popular with diners on a budget, because noodles, especially handmade noodles, are quick, filling and relatively healthy. 

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Limestone Coast Fine Dining – Eating Well in South Australia

11/09/2017 | By

Gourmet meals aren’t always associated with country travel in Australia, but South Australia shows how it’s done with Limestone Coast fine dining options.

 Limestone Coast fine dining, Gather house made bread

Tom Tilbury’s house-made bread and butter at Gather

 

Regular country travellers in Australia will know that getting a really good meal can sometimes be a bit of a hit or miss affair.

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Future Food at Adelaide’s Open State Festival

08/09/2017 | By

Future Food, at Adelaide’s Open State Festival from 28 Sept – 8 Oct 2017, explores a diverse range of aspects around the future of our food.

Future Food

If there’s one thing we know how to do really well here in South Australia it’s celebrate – hardly a month goes by without some form of festival.

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A Walk in the New Zealand Woods – Wilsons Abel Tasman National Park

04/09/2017 | By

Lambs’ Ears and The Bloke celebrate not being dead with a fantastic 3-day walking trip in New Zealand with Wilsons Abel Tasman.

NZ views - Wilsons Abel Tasman

It’s been a bit of a milestone birthday year in our house with our youngest turning 21 and The Bloke and I both celebrating ‘significant’ birthdays. The Bloke was first cab off the ranks for major life landmarks, so we celebrated still being alive by heading to New Zealand for a three day walk on a Wilsons Abel Tasman National Park walk. 

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