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The last couple of months at work has been crazy busy. My colleagues and I have been working on a major event for work, which was last week. What a relief it’s all over and all see all the fruits of our labour! It was great to see all the things we produced, such as billboards, airport banners, city banners, gifts for delegates (including bespoke Melbourne designed and made scarves), printed canvas bags along with the creation of a Melbourne style cafe (I’ve had to put my interior designer’s hat

It feels like Winter has beenwith us for ages, when it’s only just begun. Ever searching for the silver lining,  I’m trying to make the most of all the wonderful winter ingredients that are now in season. There’s beautiful coloured cabbages, rainbow carrots and ruby red raddishes that brighten up any salad. I always try to eat foods that are naturally bright in colour…they just feel like they’re healing the body from the inside out. I’m sure it’s exactly what your body needs and craves in the middle of winter,

Oh hi there guys. Here’s another recipe I’ve on recently. Actually it’s my sister in law, Nika’s mum’s recipe for Borscht soup. She’s Russian so you can’t get more legit than this recipe! It’s a super hearty recipe that really relies on a tasty, quality beef stock to build up the flavour. The recipe she shared with me is enough to feed an army so may have to keep this in mind when cooking it. We had it a couple of nights in a row for dinner and froze the

It has been an AGE since any activity has taken place on this blog. I managed to keep it up for 2 years straight, week in week out, but I’m afraid I have let it slip over the last year. To be honest, I’ve still been keeping very busy with food photography. But lately it’s been for a client, not for the blog and there’s not enough time in the day for both, so unfortunately it’s been the blog that’s suffered. so I hope to FINALLY share some of these

I don’t know about you but I had a fantastic weekend! On Saturday a friend of mine had a few of us over to her place for afternoon tea. It was a beautiful afternoon, complete with sparkling rosé and cucumber sandwiches, a great way to spend a sunny afternoon. Later that night we celebrated a friends 30th at a bar/pizzeria in Fitzroy called Feldmans (named after Corey Feldman!). Great pizza, great music, definitely worth checking out. On Sunday we had a good friend come and visit from Sydney. We thought