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Middle Eastern Beetroot & Feta Salad

23/01/2015 | By

Middle Eastern Beetroot & Feta Salad

Middle Eastern Beetroot & Feta Salad

My veggie gardening efforts have been quite modest over the last couple of years – mostly due to the amount of time I’ve spent travelling and the lack of reliably motivated back-up from the resident young adults. 

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Australia’s First Raw Blue Cheese – South Australian Cheese Makers Kicking Goals Again!

21/11/2014 | By

King Saul Raw Blue Cheese

King Saul Raw Blue Cheese

It is just possible that I may be a little biased, but as far as I’m concerned South Australia punches well above it’s weight when it comes to exceptional food production.  Two separate, but hugely exciting, announcements over the last week or so are proof of this.

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Win a Package for Cheesefest 2014

17/10/2014 | By

Well, it’s one of my favourite times of the year again and Cheesefest 2014 is just around the corner. This fabulous gathering of cheese, especially South Australian cheese, is now in it’s ninth year and, with the tirelessly dynamic and passionate Woodside Cheese Wrights Kris Lloyd at the helm, it is evolving into an ever more sophisticated South Australian  food celebration.

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Anyone Heard of Batter Bread? Another Fabulous, Fast Recipe!

14/03/2014 | By

I’ve really been cranking up the baking over the last week or two. The milder weather always does this to me – I want great cakes and breads and I want them right now, so the best way to do that is to make them myself.

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Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula – How Did I Miss This?

25/11/2013 | By

Sunny Ridge Farm, Mornington Peninsula

I’m a frequent visitor to Melbourne. I used to live there and enjoy catching up with old friends when I can, all of whom live north of the river, so my trips south of the Yarra are infrequent. All that changed a few weeks back when I spent a few days on the Mornington Peninsula – leaving me wondering why I didn’t know about this glorious food basket. While the food scene in Melbourne is wonderful, it is well worth the short drive down the expressway to the lush, rolling paddocks and orchards and breathtaking coastline of this region. They have a wealth of goodies there to tempt you.

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CheeseFest 2013 – Adelaide Not Afraid to be Cheesey!

29/10/2013 | By

 Adelaide's 2013 CheeseFest

Every year, once the cold weather looks to be mostly behind us, Adelaide turns off the heater, puts away the winter woollies and ventures, blinking and squinting, outside into the sunshine to celebrate in the best way we know how to – with festivals! With our outstanding produce, we’ve a rapidly growing reputation for celebrating all things food or wine related and this weekend saw over 15,000 of us embracing our cheesiness at CheeseFest 2013 – a massive growth spurt from the modest 800 or so who attended the very first event eight years ago.

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