A salad to suit the season?

Reading over and editing this post I realised how many times I used the word Spring. It starts to sound funny if you say it too many times, but unfortunately Oxford dictionary doesn't have any good alternatives. *** We're getting to the end of Spring over here in Australia, and although I'm excited about the... Continue Reading →

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A Home Cooked Meal for Fathers Day

When I realised Father's Day was fast approaching, I had the usual annual freak out... What am I going to buy Dad? Is there anything he's mentioned he wants? Is there anything I know he'll like?  The freak out is due to Dad never wanting anything material, as he always says he would much prefer a hug... Continue Reading →

What I Eat in a Day (II) | Cafe Review

Helloooo I'm back with another what I ate in a typical day. Here my diet is completely omnivorous with no funky veganism/vegetarianism or health restrictions - but stay tuned for my post when I try going vegan for a week (could be wonderful or a disaster I guess we'll see). I started the day off... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day Feast

Today was Mother's Day, and to treat Mum I decided to prepare a lovely Sunday lunch that she enjoyed. As usual, it took way longer to prepare than I expected. I woke up at 9am and immediately started baking, and was going flat out until 1pm when lunch was served. For the meal I decided... Continue Reading →

The Cafe that Has it All | Wild Sage

Wild Sage, Cammeray is a bustling brekkie, lunch AND dinner destination that you won't want to miss. The menu has such a wild range of food options that even the fussiest eaters could find something to appease them. So bring along your pickiest friends, but if that hasn't got you convinced their relatively - remember... Continue Reading →

Fairytale Breakfast Destination

Bread & Circus Wholefoods Canteen combines fairytale and farmers market in Alexandria’s very own Foodie Warehouse. The cafe was just a 15 minute stroll from Erskineville station. This cafe gives a new meaning to flexitarian, with great brekkie and lunch options that let you unleash your inner vegetarian (with some cheats). For breakfast, you can choose... Continue Reading →

What I ate on Christmas Day

I started off the day a little cheekily with a candy cane cookie (Vegan recipe - my friend made them for me) and a T2 Choc Chip Chai with soy milk. Traditionally my family has celebrated Christmas Day by opening presents in the morning, and then having a large Christmas lunch, which always becomes dinner... Continue Reading →

Girls Day Out

It was mum's 54th birthday last Friday and I wanted to make it super special this year, because over the past few years I have been really busy and stressed around this time and I felt I hadn't really treated her properly for her birthday in a long time. To make the day memorable, I planned... Continue Reading →

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