The Omnivore World Tour
O is for Omnivore as Good Food Month kicks off in Sydney
Why the rush to usher out the cold? Head to Thredbo for some off piste adventures
Head for the Hills (Surry Hills that is) for a bit of Apres Ski Action
When the corporate offsite turn into career catastrophe

Food & Travel

O is for Omnivore in October

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With Good Food Month kicking off next week, Sydney based Foodies are preparing their palates for a bevy of gastronomic experiences.   Those with a penchant for culinary innovation should head to the Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour (from October … [Read more...]

“Comfort Baking” – my collection on Foodie.com

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Check out Comfort baking by Lucy Dive Fenton at Foodie.com It's no secret that I love to bake. I have to admit that the main reason is probably the praise - no matter how well you cook a steak, you're never going to get the same reaction as when … [Read more...]

Tapavino Restaurant Review

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I really only go out for dinner for the entrée and dessert. Main course generally bores me. I’m not working a plough during the day, so the last thing I need is a huge lump of meat and an ocean of vegetables. A few bites in and I’m usually done. … [Read more...]

How to design your Kitchen to suit you

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A few years ago we were renovating our house.  It was a very long, painful process which seemed to go on forever.  I recall being grumpy most of the time - mainly because nothing seemed to go according to plan - and EVERYTHING cost more than we had … [Read more...]

Want to reduce that kitchen clutter?

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Anyone renovating a house or apartment knows all about real estate. I'm not talking here about bricks and mortar real estate, I'm talking about kitchen counter top real estate. That's because these days the kitchen counter top competes with … [Read more...]

Can Technology Save Your Relationship?

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The argument.  You knew you were going to have it the moment he walked through the front door some 45 minutes after he said he was coming home.  As he hurries past you to the shower, you can feel the track suit pants you've had on since this … [Read more...]

Inner City Escapes: Canberra’s Crowne Plaza & Sage Restaurant

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  Though many associate the upright corridors of Canberra with power, I have a simpler, in some ways, realistically romantic view of the Nation's capital.  She is a practical creature, born of compromise and collaboration.  The product of … [Read more...]

Inner City Escapes: InterContinental Melbourne the Rialto

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 That cold kiss of winter.  I love to hate it.  At once it sets my heart in places I know I will never travel to.  It makes me dream of a hot steamy island where I hope to forget my troubles.  For a while at least.   Of course even if I could … [Read more...]

Chocolate Macadamia Brownie

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When I was growing up my mother was very focused on getting good, nutritional foods into us.  I have always marvelled at how she could make broccoli soup or lentil stew taste so good that you never thought twice about the fact that it was also … [Read more...]

Why Random Acts of Kindess Can Benefit Your Well Being

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I know it sounds clichéd, but I helped a lady cross the road today who was struggling to manoeuvrer the footpath with her walking frame.  I could see the stress on her face and feeling her pain, I went to her aid.   Once she had crossed … [Read more...]