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A wine just for millennials? Wine not

As a millennial and lover of a good drop, Canberra’s Kata Cser was keen to take the stuffiness out of the wine industry with her new business, Wine Not The Brand. Aimed squarely at millennials who love a good quality wine, the wine label focuses on the three things Kata says the younger generation find […]

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Punk Princess of Pastry, Anna Polyviou, pops up

You may have seen her and her jaw-dropping creations on MasterChef Australia and Family Food Fight. Now Canberrans will have a chance to get up close and personal with “Punk Princess of Pastry”, Anna Polyviou. Anna will launch her new book Sweet Street at a special evening event at Monster kitchen and bar on Tuesday 12 […]

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Canberra’s Best Vegan Pizzas

Is there anyone in this world who doesn’t like pizza? The correct answer is no. This Italian staple has so much to offer – the possibilities are endless and delicious, but for a long time vegans had been missing out (or having super boring cheese-less pizzas that add to the stereotype that vegan food is […]

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Five minutes with whisky expert Simon McGoram

Whether you know your whisky from your whiskey or you’ve never sampled the stuff, there’s never been a better time to try this beloved beverage.  With the billion-dollar global whisky business picking up speed and countries like Japan and Australia coming to the forefront with solid gold offerings, good whisky isn’t hard to find. But […]

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Get creative in the kitchen to build a better future for babies

Normally we’d encourage keeping any delicious baked goods you cook on a cold winter afternoon for yourself, but this year we’re all about sharing. And while you’re at it, stick a price tag on your beautiful brownies, mouthwatering muffins or scrumptious scones. No, we’re not asking you to be stingy to your friends – rather, […]

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The ultimate foodie day out for dog lovers

Dogs are really having a moment. From the plethora of adorable dog Instagram accounts to dating events with canine companions in tow, it’s no longer the case that man’s best friend has to be left outside. However, even if you’re a doggy fanatic, you might have missed that Canberra hosts the most adorable canine event […]

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The tasty secrets of our suburbs.

Shhhhh. Canberra author Marg Wade lifts the lid on those suburban eateries that are definitely worth a visit. Between the late 1970s through to the late 1990s, Marg Wade was one of those Canberrans who bristled every time someone bagged the city. But unlike most of us, she took direct action. Marg is the author […]

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Meet the new Brew and Brew

The rumours are true. Barton’s beloved Brew and Brew is migrating north, to the city. Bringing something a little different to Allara Street, Brew and Brew Cafe and Bar will unveil their new Espresso Bar this week. Owner Charlie Dagseven is excited to bring a slice of their Inner South hospitality across the lake although regular patrons shouldn’t fret, […]

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Six hidden Canberra cafes to discover

There’s nothing better than being the first in your group to discover a hidden gem. These venues might sit a little out of the way but hey, that’s the best part. Secret Garden (Manuka) This hidden gem is literal as well as figurative, as it sits within the heart of Manuka Village. Serving a mouth-watering […]

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Pie Time festival to return to the Southern Pie-lands

How many pie puns can be made in 350 words? Certainly more than 3.14. It’s downright un-Australian not to appreciate a good pie, and it’s about pie time there existed a festival that celebrated what is arguably the most Aussie food. The Southern Highlands boasts some of Australia’s best pies and throughout the month of […]

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