Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Fork in the Road: Tales of Food, Pleasure & Discovery

In the snatch of tranquil summer days between Christmas and New Year the world seems to wind down to a gentle breeze and there’s no better time to loll about with a new book. Over the past couple of days, … Continue reading

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On Christmas Traditions

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‘The big fir tree in the middle of the room had many gold and silver apples dangling from it, and sugared almonds and coloured sweets grew there like buds and flowers. There were all…

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A Magical December in Paris

Baby it’s cold outside but if you’re lucky enough to be in Paris right now there are plenty of things to do and see to warm the cockles of your heart. December is an enchanting time to visit, when the City of … Continue reading

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Deck the Halls at Port Elliot

By the time we deck the halls and stuff the stockings, Christmas and summer holidays will be upon us. Cricket fans have arrived for The Ashes and shoppers have converged on city stores as Adelaide falls into Christmas madness. It’s … Continue reading

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