Monthly Archives: July 2013

On Cultured Blue Vein Butter

When my friend Gilly, Food Manager at the Sticky Rice Cooking School, told me she was asked to source some Blue Butter from Woodside Cheese Wrights for a chicken, olive and preserved lemon tagine, and that the requesting chef was raving about this new product, I was intrigued. … Continue reading

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On Delivering Goodness with OzHarvest

I zip up my OzHarvest jacket on this cold Friday afternoon and wait with anticipation until it’s time to jump in the truck. Today, I am joining Tim as he drives around the city picking up and ‘delivering goodness’, experiencing first-hand how … Continue reading

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On Travelling Light & the Gift of Chocolate

While in the process of looking for a new apartment, I have been living a rather vagabond existance, migrating between my daughter’s apartment in the East End and my parent’s place on the coast. Secretly, I am enjoying the freedom. There is something incredibly … Continue reading

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On Crêpes & Carpe Diem

There are surprisingly few French cafés and restaurants in Adelaide so when my daughter Georgi excitedly told me that an authentic French crêperie had opened up in the East End, just a couple of streets from her apartment, I couldn’t wait … Continue reading

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On Blue Swimmer Crabs & Drunken Prawns

One of the most popular addresses at the Adelaide Central Market is Angelakis Bros seafood.  Whatever the time of day, you are likely to find a sea of customers peering into the long glass counter mulling over what to cook for … Continue reading

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