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Coconut Chia Pudding With Caramelised Pineapple

A lovely combination of sticky caramelised pineapple and creamy vanilla coconut chia pudding. A perfect naked treat to get you through the afternoon slump! What you need Mixing bowl 4 jars Ingredients Makes 4 1 400ml tin coconut cream 1/4 cup chia seeds 3 tablespoons maple syrup, or to taste 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/2 pineapple […]

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First Look: Zeus Street Greek

A feast fit for the gods. I had the pleasure of snagging a table for the very first lunch service at Zeus Street Greek and let me tell you Canberra, you won’t be disappointed. The flagship Canberra store is conveniently situated on Genge Street in the city and is a welcome addition to the growing […]

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10 must-eats at the 2017 Multicultural Festival

Travel the world in a single day.  The National Multicultural Festival is back and bigger than ever. With choices of food from all over the globe it’s going to be tough to decide on what to eat and where to go. In order to make things a bit easier for you, we’ve compiled a list […]

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Dog friendly wineries? Yes it’s true!

Great wine, delicious food and all enjoyed with your furry best friend. Life can’t get better than that. And you don’t even have to stay at home to enjoy all three! After very enjoyable research, we can now recommend four Canberra region wineries* that offer excellent wine, food and perfect dog-friendly facilities. We focused on […]

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Wined and Dined: Matching food and wine

Food and wine – name a more iconic duo. I’ll wait… There might be no experience more religious. The Greeks knew it. The Romans knew it. But not all food and wine pairings are created equal, so what makes a winning combination? According to Sarah Collingwood from Four Winds Vineyard, it doesn’t hurt to start […]

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New tropical paradise about to bloom in the city

Are you busting to know what will rise out of the rubble and construction site where the old Tongue and Groove used to be? The biggest hint has been right in front of you all this time. We can lift the lid on it the newest and most exciting development on Canberra’s food and drink […]

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The Sugar Deli: desserts online

Do you remember the fairy tale of Rapunzel? Not the Disney version, but the Brothers Grimm tale, which begins when a pregnant woman gets a craving for salad, and her husband sneaks into the nearby garden of a witch to fetch fresh leaves for her. Well, our version of the story a little different. The […]

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No Bull: fancy eats get casual at Tipsy Bull

Lonsdale Street isn’t your typical eat street. But a cheeky Instagram and a packed first weekend tip me off that something might be a bit different at Tipsy Bull, which opened next to Hopscotch late last week. Similar in layout to its next door neighbour, Tipsy Bull sprawls across the entirety of its impressive floorspace […]

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Smogue café brings a fresh addition to Torrens

Torrens has received a welcome newcomer to its shops, with the recent opening of Smogue café, specialising in gourmet coffee and home-made cakes. Owner James Cooney, originally from Melbourne, left his electrician’s job a year ago and moved to Canberra with a goal to open a quality suburban café. James says it something he could […]

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10 new places to eat

Looking to shake up your restaurant routine? Here are six new places to sink your teeth into (and four more to get excited about!). Oh, and catch up on eight newbies you may have missed over the summer holidays here. Smogue  Not to be confused with the now-defunct American BBQ establishments, Smogue is bringing freshly cooked pastries, […]

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