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There’s a new food truck in town – Taco Truck Melbourne. Beatbox Kitchen have been around for a while, serving burgers and fries from their mobile food van. Tonight, Beatbox kitchen launched their new truck – Taco Truck! I was sitting on the tram, reading about this all unfolding on Twitter when I realised that said […]

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The other weekend, Mr M had convinced me to go on an overnight bush walk. However, inclement weather meant that our chosen spot was a little flooded and our walking plans were downgraded to a single day of hiking. I will admit this here I’m not a big hiker. I don’t really enjoy it, I […]

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      I’ll keep this pretty simple. I love the Fox. The Fox is another of my local pubs and it is my favourite haunt for a Sunday afternoon drink. The Fox is pretty unparalleled when you are perched on the rooftop beer garden and the weather is lovely. Look at that view back […]

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Sometimes I’m surprised when I realise that I haven’t blogged about one of my favourite places (the Gem and the Fox are other good examples). Casa Farro definitely falls into this category. Casa Farro gets a lot of love from me as it is sweet and quirky, they make awesome pizzas and… I can eat […]

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While Mr M and I were in Hobart, we were very keen to visit Red Velvet Lounge (RVL) in Cygnet. Cygnet is a gorgeous little town situated about 50 minutes drive from Hobart – as a visitor it is just incredible that a place so serene and country-like can be less than an hour from […]

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Early last year, after hearing positive reports, Provenance in Beechworth was placed on our mutual wish list of ‘must visit’ restaurants. At that time, Saskia was in the final stages of PhD hell, and we decided that we would visit when the thesis was all said and done. Our trip to Beechworth was to be […]

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     I really like the Commoner. Mr M and I first visited midway through last year (pre-blog!), when I was in the throes of wedding planning. After having my hair and make-up trial for the big day, I decided we should at least go out somewhere, so that the effort was not wasted (although formal hair […]

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Regular readers would be well aware (and perhaps irritated) that my posts are often Northside or city-centric, mainly because I live in the North and work in the city. It seems I don’t really get out of my hood that much, so when Claire suggested a breakfast adventure that required going over the Westgate Bridge, I was immediately […]

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I first read about the Bell Jar on Joyce’s blog (and it has since had some positive reviews from Cindy and Michael and Brian). It was a surprise to me that this little place even existed, particularly given its location on the very quiet end of Smith Street, between Alexandra Parade and Queens Parade (well past the […]

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The backstreets of Armadale are not really the place that one expects to find a great cafe. But here it is. Nestled in a residential street, Coin Laundry is a bright, airy space serving great coffee from Allpress and some lovely breakfast dishes. The locals have taken to this ex-laundromat like ducks to water. When […]

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