Victoria Street Richmond is somewhere I only venture with a recommendation. There are just too many restaurants to choose from and life’s too short to be eating bad pho. My most reliable source of Vietnamese food recommendations is my Vietnamese friend J, a prolific eater-outerer and an excellent home cook. Since she got a car […]
This time last year it seemed that Smith Street was the place to open a cafe or restaurant. Funky eateries launched one after the other and the punters flocked to the slowly gentrifying grunginess. This year it seems that maybe it’s Brunswick Street’s turn, with two new openings within a short space of each other […]
The results of The Age Good Cafe Guide Awards 2011 were announced today and I’m glad to see that some of my favourites have made it along with some new names that I’m keen to try out! Best Coffee – Seven Seeds, Carlton. Guess I’ll have to rope along my coffee-drinking friends to try it […]
I’ve blogged about the fact that I’m a recent convert to online grocery shopping and home delivery before and in the midst of my research I came across a particularly interesting concept – Fair Food. Fair Food is a CERES project aimed a providing reasonably priced organic food boxes to our community where its most needed. […]
via Allan Peters, AIGA Minnesota You may find that blog posts are not as frequent in the next few weeks due to some exciting news… Jetsetting Joyce and RM have just had a little baby girl, Miss A! Everyone is healthy and happy and thank you for all your good wishes and congratulations.
So according to February’s The Age Melbourne Magazine, I’m one of Melbourne’s virtual celebrities :–) In today’s Age newspaper, the glossy magazine insert has a story about some of Melbourne’s bloggers. You’ll meet Lady Melbourne, Literary Minded, Melbourne Gastronome, Planning with Kids…and yours truly, typing away at one of my favourite cafes, Proud Mary. While […]