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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

I’ve been meaning to make a calamari salad for weeks so I’m glad to say today is the day! It’s definitely a summery salad, and as we’re fast approaching the end of summer *gasp* I thought I’d better get my skates on. I’ve wanted to make a few more dishes with the Moroccan preserved lemons from a few months back (if you didn’t see them they’re right over here). I looked at a few recipes for inspiration and came up with this little ditty. I was very excited to finally

Another week, another trip to the Vic markets!  This week we were craving a good fix of fish so we bought a few fresh fillets of flathead.  Flathead is without a doubt my favourite fish.  It may be a little more expensive than certain other types of fish (I’m guessing because the fillets are small & there are so many little bones to get out) but it has such a lovely flavour, I can’t go past it. All in all, it was another successful trip to the market.  Our fridge

Sophie’s Salmon

A couple of weeks ago my good friend Sophie asked me to help photograph some food for one of her uni assignments.  She’s in her second year at RMIT, doing what sounds like the most amazing degree ever (a little bit jealous here).  I’m sure it’s helped by the fact that she’s extremely good at what she does! Anyway, her class were given the task of creating a recipe book based on the classic colour wheel.  Each student was asked to choose one of their favourite recipes based on a