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Bonjour Paris!

It’s been nearly 25 years since my last visit to Paris, and while I would like to say it hasn’t really changed, it probably has. A lot. As that’s what 25 years does to a town! [click to continue…]

Dubai Farmers' Market

I have many varying impressions from my couple of days in Dubai so far. I’m still not sure what I think. Am I enjoying myself? Yes. Am I learning things? A big fat yes. Would I visit again? I’m really not sure. Definitely not in summer. [click to continue…]

Palm Jumeirah

Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

I was going to include this in a wrap up post of Dubai but Palm Jumeirah is so in-your-face that I decided it needed it’s own post. Plus, I took a gazillion photos.

My visit to The Palm was one of my first experiences of Dubai, and it had all the glitz I expected of this town. And that’s despite not actually being able to see very much of it. [click to continue…]

Thelma and Louise

We have two new additions to our family – meet Thelma and Louise.

I have to confess, I can’t tell them apart, so we often call them “Thelma or Louise” if there is just one doing something funny/crazy/silly/stupid – didn’t think that one through! [click to continue…]

Brisbane river

I sometimes often feel like I’m blogging in a vacuum. But mostly that’s OK because I love it and that’s the main thing. At least, as far as I’m concerned.

So this is one of those posts for me. Because I can :) [click to continue…]


I have been away a bit over the last month – Sydney for a few days for a work trip, then six days at our family holiday house at Killcare. Which means not a lot has been brewing in my kitchen over that time. There have been a few things…

In my March kitchen… [click to continue…]

Joel Salatin

Last Friday night I trundled along to Salisbury, a mostly industrial part of Brisbane, to help Food Connect celebrate their tenth birthday. As you would expect, there was loads of great food, entertainment and heaps of people who have supported Food Connect in some way over the last ten years.

The highlight for me was hearing Joel Salatin speak. [click to continue…]

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