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How To Do A Kids Cooking Party For 3 Year Olds
How To Do A Kids Cooking Party For 3 Year Olds

The hardest part about doing parties for children is deciding the theme. Once the theme is decided, everything else falls into place. I love my parties to be unique. I also love them to be loads of fun and yet educational to some extent. Kids are like sponges and they...

Sydney Food Bloggers Xmas Picnic 2010 At Centennial Park
Sydney Food Bloggers Xmas Picnic 2010 At Centennial Park

On December 11, 2010; I trudged halfway across the country to my very first Sydney Food Bloggers Xmas Picnic at Centennial Park in the heart of Sydney city. Well, not quite halfway across the country but from the far reaches of Sydney's upper north shore. And it was...

New Zealand Trip Part I
New Zealand Trip Part I

We are homebodies. We are not world travelers. We seek adventure close to home. Usually a short drive which isn’t long or windy enough to bring on our motion sickness demons. But once in a while, we all throw caution to the wind and let the liberating emotion of...

A Memorable Camping Trip – Cattai National Park
A Memorable Camping Trip – Cattai National Park

  I am an urban being, more like suburban really. I lived in the suburbs all my life, no matter what country we were in. When you do that, you run the risk of getting too used to little luxuries. Like a bed. A bathroom with a door within two paces of that bed....

The Chook House
The Chook House

  Over the years I have become an advocate of eating healthier, buying local, living smaller (well this one is not really true although my intentions are noble) and getting back to the grass roots. Two years ago we started our first veggie patch after...

My Ten Fondest Food Memories

Today I am doing something different. I am sharing with you my ten fondest food memories. Just ten? Well, I do have so many, but these are my fondest by far and I go back to them every now and then. My inspiration for this post comes from Caitlin of Food Nerd who is...