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Wish You Were Here Postcards – Real Food

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I love to visit the local markets whenever I travel and one of my favourites in Italy is the central market in Florence. Subscribe to Lambs’ Ears and Honey Enter your Email Preview Lamb’s Ears and Honey | A food Blog ♥ Related Posts:Vancouver Shares It’s Gourmet SecretsMontreal Mange – A glimpse at How Montreal Eats!Bulgarian [...]

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Vancouver Shares It’s Gourmet Secrets

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I love Australia and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else but, if someone held a gun to my head and forced me to chose, I’d opt for Canada and most certainly Vancouver. This is truly one of my most favourite places in the world. It has a population of around 600,000 souls thus is not [...]

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Montreal Mange – A glimpse at How Montreal Eats!

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Sitting on an island in the St. Lawrence River, Montreal is the worlds second largest French-speaking city – and damn proud of it. The French architectural influence makes it a gorgeous looking city and it is very user friendly, with 47 square kilometres of green space, 500 kilometres of bike paths and over 5,000 restaurants. [...]

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Bulgarian Fresh Food – With Produce like This, No Wonder They Love Salads!

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DON’T MISS OUT! WIN A $300 DOUBLE PASS TO GORGEOUS FESTIVAL HERE! Bulgaria is a very beautiful country, full of rolling mountains, glistening lakes and alpine valleys, with a culinary tradition influenced by 500 years of occupation and a strong agricultural tradition. Before World War II, agriculture was the chief sector of the Bulgarian economy, [...]

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All eyes are on London – and the Borough Market is well worth a second look!

July 30, 2012

As the eyes of the world focus this month on London and the 30th Summer Olympic games I thought it timely to write up my final piece about our recent trip and most specifically our visit to the famous Borough Market. Sitting on the south side of the Thames, near London Bridge, the history and [...]

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Adelaide Showground Farmers Market & Adelaide Central Market – what’s the difference?

March 5, 2012

I know many of my readers are very interested in food production methods, future food security and finding out ways that they can encourage fresh produce diversity, support local producers and retain some control over their food choices.  There are lots of everyday ways that the average consumer can help control their food choices and [...]

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