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Gifts: KEO Confiserie Caramels

I first tasted these candies at TUM back in September. KEO’s caramels are hand-made, local, and delicious. While you can make your own, these treats can be had without making a mess. Or getting up out of your chair, even. Order online… Continue Reading →

A(nother) Meal At The Hoof

Brandon Olsen is somewhere in middle America right now, driving across the country seeking adventure and delicious things. But back at the end of October, I sat down at The Black Hoof’s bar to make sure I got in one last… Continue Reading →

Two-Bite Post: Campagnolo

Walked in to Campagnolo last week with a craving for their spaghetti all’amatriciana. It was chilly outside and visions of warmth and a glass of red were dancing in my head. I sat at the bar and was almost swayed… Continue Reading →

The Final Feast

I’ve eaten at The Feasting Room twice in the last few months and found great food and lovely people. With Chef Noah Goldberg turning out some tasty dishes and the ever agréable Mathieu Dutan working the room, it’s a strong duo. But they’re… Continue Reading →

Spirithouse

Though the doors have been open since March, Spirithouse only officially opened a couple weeks back. Great space and some decent snacks. Recently had their super-delicious sweet potato fries. I was told back in March that they’d have 422 spirits by the… Continue Reading →

Cask Days

I’m not a beer girl. I really don’t enjoy hoppy beers. So Cask Days is an usual event for me to even consider attending. But I heard that Guy Rawlings (Bellwoods Brewery) was curating the food vendors and I’d also… Continue Reading →

Holy Chuck Burgers

I’m not a burger aficionado, but after trying several of the usual suspects around the city, I’ve settled on Holy Chuck as being my favourite. Their patties aren’t packed solid yet keep their shape when I eat it. And thankfully, I… Continue Reading →

Hogtown Throwdown

After seeing the poster for Group Of 7 Chefs’ Hogtown Throwdown, how could I resist? So on a hot and sticky afternoon in June at the Brickworks, I found out what Hogzilla vs Pigasus meant: 2 heritage breed pigs from Perth… Continue Reading →

Managing Momofuku's Noodle Bar

Momofuku. Saturday lunch. No lines. No wait. I could barely believe it. Still, I would not look this gift horse in the mouth!

Food For Change

The Stop puts on a monthly dinner, called Food For Change, held under the glass of their greenhouse at the Wychwood Barns. Recently relaunched to include a theme for each meal, I attended last night’s “Harvest! Focus on world crops.” Surrounded… Continue Reading →

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