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Market Brew – A Brewery at Adelaide Central Market?

06/07/2015 | By

Great food & good drink go hand in hand. Liberty Distillery works on Vancouver’s Granville Island. Market Brew – boutique beer at Adelaide Central Market?

Market Brew concept

Adelaide Central Market tower competition winner, Market Brew.

 

Last week Adelaide’s iconic Adelaide Central Market announced the winner of their concept design competition for the best idea to make use of the historic tower on the Grote St side of the Market.

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In My Kitchen July 2015

03/07/2015 | By

KitchenAid's new range of bakeware - In My Kitchen July 2015

KitchenAid’s new range of bakeware – In My Kitchen July 2015

I suspect that Celia, who hosts the In My Kitchen series over at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, will be quietly surprised at the fact that I’ve managed to post consecutively for all of this year (so far)! 

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Feeding My Brain – Food Books & Food Podcasts I’ve Been Loving

26/06/2015 | By

Feeding my face and feeding my brain are two of my favourite past-times. Here’s some of the food books & food podcasts I’m currently enjoying.

Georges Croegaert (1848-1923) The Reading Woman

Georges Croegaert (1848-1923) The Reading Woman

I’m a greedy girl, but not only with food. I love to read and, if I had my way, I’d spend most days lolling on the sofa with cake in one hand and a book in the other.

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Riding the Rails – 5 Great Reasons You Should Try Train Travel

22/06/2015 | By

Flying’s no fun any more. Here’s 5 reasons why train travel will put the smile back on the jaded traveler’s face.

Great Southern Rail's legendary train - The Ghan. World famous train travel.

Great Southern Rail’s legendary train – The Ghan. World famous train travel.

I’m finding less and less joy in flying these days. It is usually incredibly uncomfortable, increasingly degrading, often a health risk from the recirculation of stale, germ-laden air and generally far more time consuming than I expect it to be. 

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Cookbook Review – The French Baker

19/06/2015 | By

Master p√Ętissier Jean Michel Raynaud shares his passion, skill and inspiration in his new cookbook The French Baker.

The French Baker (Murdoch Books)

Surprisingly, Sydney-based master p√Ętissier Jean Michel Raynaud grew up in a French home where food was not a particular passion. In fact, his father was utterly floored when he announced his intention to leave school to become a pastry chef and it was not until he emigrated that he realised just how important food was to French culture.

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Eveleigh Farmers Market, Sydney

15/06/2015 | By

Travel and food – for me they are inseparable, so I jumped at the chance to visit  Eveleigh Farmers Market on a recent short trip to Sydney.

Brilliant Food - that just about sums up Eveleigh Farmers Market!

Brilliant Food – that just about sums up Eveleigh Farmers Market!

Brilliant Food produces an award-winning range of smoked seafood products.

I don’t get up to Sydney very often at all these days, so when I was there for couple of days last month for the Sydney Writers Festival and was invited for a morning trip to Eveleigh Farmers Market I jumped at the chance to squeeze just one more thing into an already busy schedule.

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