400 Gradi – Brunswick | Melbourne

Two days before leaving for Melbourne, an article circulated the papers stating that the world’s best pizza was being made in Brunswick. It was instantly on the list of places we needed to try during our few days away. Of course, my love of pizza got the better

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Athens – Travel Diary – Pente

 Whilst I sit here working from home on a Saturday, I feel extremely nostalgic looking at these photos. nos·tal·gia [no-stal-juh] noun 1. a wistful desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time in one’s life, to one’s home or homeland, or to one’s family and friends; a sentimental yearning for the happiness of a former place or time: a nostalgia for his college days. 2. something that elicits or displays nostalgia. I was in Athens just five months ago, but it feels like an age ago. It has been a whirlwind beginning to 2014, but I can’t

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Athens – Travel Diary – Tessera

 This here is my favourite blog post from the Athens collection. Each of the photos depict the things I love about the city. Although grimy and dirty in areas (especially since the economic crisis), the capital city still has its own personality and uniqueness. We spent a lot

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Rustic Pearl – Surry Hills

Monday .. you have come and gone. Thank goodness! I always have a bout of the monday blues, reminiscing and desperately wishing for the weekend to come back again. I had an extremely pleasant food filled two days, with some of the highlights being dinner at the

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Sardelles – Gazi, Athens

 Good morning on this chilly Saturday. Wow winter surely feels to be with us today, 16 degrees! Summer please come back. To get everyone excited about their weekend eating, I thought I should share some Greek food love with Sardelles (Greek word for Sardine), a restaurant/take away

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Athens – Travel Diary – Tria

Kalispera! It’s time to roll out these remaining European posts. This is my third photo diary from Athens and explores two of the main tourist attractions in the city; Lycabettus Hill and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. The majority of sites in Athens are within walking distance,

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Thirty Eight Chairs – South Yarra | Melbourne

Apologies for my absence in postings over the past two weeks. I was lucky enough to have the three days off between Easter and ANZAC day and have been spoiled with a ten day holiday from work. As a last minute decision we booked tickets to Melbourne,

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Jamie’s Italian – Sydney CBD

Tonight I have a quick little foodie post to tantalise your tastebuds and get you excited for the Easter Feaster this weekend. A few Sunday’s back, the boy and I visited Jamie’s for Sunday lunch, Italian style. This is my third time eating here and fortunately I

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Revani – Semolina & Yoghurt Cake | Recipe

Last weekend a magnificent BBQ occurred, one that ensured that every participator left with a full stomach and content smile. I spent my Saturday flipping through my collection of food magazines and cookbooks t0 choose a dessert to take. I wanted something sweet but not too heavy

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Tzitzikas kai Mermigas – Athens

Where to eat in Athens? The city is full of restaurants offering all of the best dishes in Greek cuisine. Me being the planning freak that I am, tried reading every possible article and blog post that reviewed some of the current favourites. Tzitzikas and Mermigas was

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Athens – Travel Diary – Duo

Following on from a post that I did a few weeks ago now (which you can have a look at here), today I share a collection of photos from our second stint in Athens over the New Year. Athens city is a walkable city for many of the

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Life – Vol. 1

I really like to take photos, but I often don’t take enough of one thing to create a whole blog post over it. I’ve decided to put together a post like this one every few weeks to share different Life events. Today’s is a collection of things

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