Monthly Archives: April 2012


 

Farmers Markets

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You still haven’t been to a Farmers Market? Have a look at some of the wonderful produce and goodies your missing out on. Check out the autumn vegetables available. These were photos were taken from the Essendon Farmers Market and Flemington Farmers Market. … Continue reading

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Spicy Yabbies from our local dam

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Yesterday my parents were down at our local dam with their nets catching yabbies.  After a few hours they came home with a bucket full of fresh yabbies. Mum whipped up this delicious spicy yabby dish for us to snack … Continue reading

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Vietnamese dipping sauce

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Nuoc Mam Cham – Vietnamese dipping sauce (Mama’s recipe) Nuoc mam cham is the accompaniment of most Vietnamese dishes and can be used as a dipping sauce or a dressing for your salads. I have made this sauce since I … Continue reading

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Ricepaper rolls

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Ricepaper rolls are an easy and healthy dinner. Tonight we had organic pork and prawns rolled with my mama’s herbs. We tend use alot of different Asian herbs my mama grows   in her garden including Penny Wort aka Gotu Kola … Continue reading

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Highlights of Bright

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Coral Lee 8 Barnard Street, Bright Come in and be served by the gorgeous Sam and Leonie who run the cute country kitsch café Coral Lee, they provide seasonal and delicious breakfast and lunch. Best coffee in Bright! Poplars Star Road, Bright … Continue reading

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Foraging for pine mushrooms in Bright

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PINE MUSHROOMS IN BRIGHT Driving along the majestic tree lined road of the Great Alpine Rd in Bright, we spot pine trees on the side of the road, so we pull over and investigate. To our delight

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A taste of Bright

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A few snaps from our Easter trip to Bright, Victoria. I will be posting our mushroom hunting adventures tomorrow……  

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The Happiest Refugee

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The Happiest Refugee Anh Do gives a personal account of his terrifying journey from Vietnam to Australia, where his family came close to losing their lives. But luckily the family makes it to Australia and Anh Do grows up to become one … Continue reading

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Steamed Fish with Ginger and Soy Sauce

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There is nothing like eating food that is freshly caught by someone you know. My dad recently returned from a fishing trip near the Murray river (I am not allowed to disclose to you the exact location). According to mama, … Continue reading

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Sao Cafe in Sunshine

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I was in Sunshine with my mama, picking up some things for dinner from the Asian grocery store when my hunger pains hit. I turned to mama and said I needed some food and a  sweet caffeine hit, mama said … Continue reading

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