09 Nov

Good Food Guide 2018 – ATTICA

  • November 09, 2017
  • Blog

Attica, the Ripponlea fine-diner 20-minutes drive from Melbourne’s CBD, was named Vittoria Coffee Restaurant of the Year. Attica opened in 2005 and the restaurant’s longtime chef, Ben Shewry, took full ownership of the business two years ago. A new signature dish is titled “The Imperfect History of Ripponlea” where Shewry tells the story of the suburb […]

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08 Jun

Currently Trending…

  • June 08, 2017
  • Blog

Top food trends for 2017 It’s clear, hyper-regional foods are continuing to set our tastebuds into salivation mode. From Niche Cuban to Filipino restaurants, authenticity seems to be at the top of the list. Hero dishes are definitely the tacos, which have been bombarding our Instagram feeds. There seems to be a massive trend on NON-ALCOHOLIC Drinks… Lots […]

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25 Aug

The Octopus

  • August 25, 2016
  • Blog

The octopus is an extremely popular part of Mediterranean cuisine and is considered one of the delicacies. If the octopus is cooked right, it’s absolutely delicious and knowing it is healthy makes it that much better! Octopus is famous for large quantities of OMEGA-3 fatty acids. They are also great because it contains very low […]

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07 Jul

The Humble Artichoke

  • July 07, 2016
  • Blog

Who doesn’t love an artichoke? Seriously! What’s not to love? From the leaves to the heart it is simply delicious. A beautiful vegetable varying in colour from purple to green. You might not be aware of the humble artichokes position as a nutrient powerhouse and the amazing benefits  you can have simply by adding the […]

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12 May

Christmas in July

Why do we celebrate Christmas in July? You’re about to find out! In the Southern Hemisphere, seasons are in reverse to the Northern Hemisphere, with summer falling in December, January & February and with winter falling in June, July, August. Therefore, in some southern hemisphere countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, Bolivia, Chile, Angola, French Polynesia, Papua […]

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28 Apr

Rio de Janeiro

  • April 28, 2016
  • Blog

Rio de Janeiro Host of the 2016 Olympic Games If you thought you’d seen all there was to see of the “Marvellous City” during the 2014 Brazil World Cup, think again. Rio’s stunning natural landscape should make this the most photogenic Olympics ever. The rowing will be held on the Lagoa, a natural lake ringed […]

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22 Apr

Earth Day

  • April 22, 2016
  • Blog

Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network,[1] and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year. On Earth Day 2016, the landmark Paris Agreement is […]

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20 Apr

8 Reasons why Coffee is Good for You

  • April 20, 2016
  • Blog

If you speak to any coffee drinker they’ll be sure to tell you – coffee has worthwhile benefits. Beyond the pleasant aroma and the morning pick-me-up, there is growing evidence that our coffee habits could actually be impacting our health… for the better! Below is 8 reasons why coffee is good for you. 1. Boosts […]

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24 Mar

X Hot Cross Buns X

  • March 24, 2016
  • Blog

Easter is a special time of year for most and it wouldn’t be a traditional Easter without freshly baked Hot Cross Buns. There is nothing like the smell of buns, fresh out of the oven. They taste amazing by themselves or even with a dollop of butter, jam, creme or Nutella. We’re not going to […]

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04 Mar

Autumn adventures : Where in the world is best to go in Autumn?

  • March 04, 2016
  • Blog

Sri Lanka Arguably the best overall month for optimum weather conditions throughout Sri Lanka, March is expected to showcase the very best of Sri Lanka across every region. A predominantly dry month, with temperatures continue to rise along the southern and western coasts, pushing averages up towards the mid-30s °C, but a little rainfall can be […]

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