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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

Pickle club may be done and dusted for the time being but it looks as though I’m in a bit of a preserving groove. Whilst researching a few different recipes for last week’s Nectarine & Spanish Onion Chutney I stumbled across this recipe on a great blog called Food in Jars. This blog is fantastic if you love trying different recipes for chutney, jams or anything else worth preserving. I’ve tweaked the recipe a little by reducing the sugar slightly as it seemed a little excessive. I also made it sans pectin but cooked it

It’s that time again! Pickle Club has come around so quickly. Just in time too because our chutney, pickle and jam supplies were running low! If you’re not familiar with Pickle Club you can read up on it in one of my older posts here. Pickle Club has created quite a stir over the last couple of months. After my last post I received quite a few emails asking how it all works and if I know of any other Pickle Clubs out there (no idea sorry)… even Frankie magazine wanted

The very first tagine I had was in Marrakesh in a small restaurant just off Jamaa el Fna, the main square. It was stinking hot and me and my friends were starving after flying in that morning on a 6am flight…from Stanstead. This was the first time I’d ever been to a Muslim country and I was loving every minute of it. Everything from the busy markets, the food, the smells from the spice markets :) and tannery :( , the riad style houses, the noises (calling to prayer) –