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Carrot Cake Muffins

If this recipe doesn’t sound like nourishing goodness, then nothing does. These nutritious carrot cake muffins are packed full of goodness with freshly grated carrot, almond meal, whole-meal spelt flour, maple syrup, sultanas, dates, cinnamon, rolled oats, coconut oil, milk, desiccated coconut and organic eggs. For a dairy-free version, simply swap the milk for a […]

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Bondi’s Number One Bistro

Why do you enjoy having a meal and drink at your local? It’s safe to say that value-for-money, decent food and familiarity make up most of the equation. When you factor in restaurant-quality cuisine, experienced international chefs and a comforting ambience, it’s probably going to make sense to go there often. For those familiar with […]

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Winter Apple & Cinnamon Cake

Believe it or not, this sweet, moist and nutty cake is completely gluten, grain, sugar and dairy free. It’s nut free too, and it’s paleo. It’s densely packed with wonderfully healthy flavours and ingredients including fresh apples, free-range eggs, coconut oil, cinnamon, sultanas and the star ingredient, sunflower seeds. Yes, you read right, sunflower seeds, […]

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Interesting New Drops

It is easy to fall into the trap of opting for the tried and tested favourites when it comes to purchasing a bottle of plonk, especially when you’re shelling out significant sums of money to do so. But sometimes it is in your best interest to get out there and live a little; that new […]

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Prego Ristorante Italiano – Parma In Bronte

How important are neighbourhood restaurants to their neighbourhoods? Ask any commuter to the CBD, any mum at home with the kids or anybody who doesn’t want to take a cab to Paddington for a nice meal, and they’ll probably say that it’s really important. If that restaurant happens to be of supreme quality, then that […]

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What Does A Wine Guy Drink When He’s Celebrating?

Every now and then we have a moment that is really special; something we want to celebrate. For me, this involves a ‘money doesn’t matter today’ bottle of wine. It’s not often that these moments come along, but this year I have a few coming up. In February I handed in my PhD thesis after […]

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Banana Oat & Almond Pikelets

Sometimes it’s just a little bit fun to have something different for breakfast, morning tea or afternoon tea, and these pikelets are just the thing to put a smile on you and your child’s face, not to mention your colleagues when you whip up a batch for consumption at work. Like any pikelet, they’re light […]

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Mr Moustache – Bienvenidos A Mexico

Warning: You will get tipsy at Mr. Moustache. Period. If you don’t, you’re not getting the full experience of this Mexican bistro and cantina, which has shaken up Bondi with its intoxicating street food, high-octane tequila cocktails and mind-blowing mezcal shots. If you are boring, or want a quiet meal, stay away! Pleasing customers since […]

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Cross-Modal Associations With Wine

You might find this concept a bit odd at first, but there are connections between our senses that we may not be aware of. Some of them are fairly obvious, such as the connection between colours and flavours. For example, give people a yellow-coloured lemon drink and everyone will be able to pick that it’s […]

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Chai Spiced Fudge

Treat yourself to a little slice of heaven this Easter. Turn your Easter feasting around (make it a healthy one!) with this guilt-free chai spiced fudge. It’s so healthy that you will feel fantastic, even after your second, third and forth helping. It’s raw, which means it sets in the fridge, it takes just minutes […]

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