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“I can feel the beat!”. The new beat that has touched down in Richmond that is. Mister Jennings looks quiet, simple and unassuming. Don’t be fooled in thinking he is boring. A quiet genius has come to play in town. We suggest you go and say, “hello!”.
From north to south we take you on this recap of our Tasmanian journey. To Bruny Island we go! Fresh produce, smoked produce, oyster, cheese, chocolates, we have got it all covered. Oh, did we also mention the view? Read on!
After our eating extravaganza through the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail, The Boy and I continued on our journey to Cradle Mountain and passed by the very quaint town of Sheffield. Join us as we show you how a mountain and its surrounding landscape can take your breath away!
Crown Melbourne recently launched their Colours of Cuba festival which The Boy and I were invited to join for a progressive dinner through Nobu Melbourne, The Waiting Room and Mr Hive Kitchen and Bar. Read on to find out more about the event!
Tall Timber in Prahran have gotten their formula right. Keeping it real and keeping it to the basics of good food and good coffee. Come here for breakfast or lunch if you don’t want to be disappointed.
This is the first leg of our whirlwind Tasmania long-weekend journey as we disembarked from the Spirit of Tasmania. Join us as we eat our way through some of Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail’s finest produce as we make our way up to Cradle Mountain.
Travelling and eating remains one of our biggest hobbies in life! We were lucky enough to be invited to travel to Tasmania on board the Spirit of Tasmania recently to document our eating and travelling adventures. Check our post out for more information!
Winter is nearly over and if the weather this weekend is anything to go by, Spring is finally upon our doorstep! Celebrate the changing of the seasons with us with this beautiful dish inspired by Brett Graham and presented by The Boy for this month’s Playground post.