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Festival Fever in South Australia

South Australian tourism officials (@tourismsa) are pulling out all the stops to promote an incredible year of events in “The Festival State” in 2012. It’s a real shame that Adelaide and South Australia are too often overlooked by international and Australian visitors; Sydney’s ‘must-see’ icons, Melbourne’s food and culture cred, and Queensland’s beach lifestyle tend … Continue reading


Camel’s milk ice cream?

20/09/11: Ice cream made from camel’s milk is set to go on sale in the UK for £4 a scoop. The dessert, which is already popular in the Middle East, is the brainchild of UK company Ginger’s Comfort Emporium (@GingersComfort) and will be unveiled in London next month at the Experimental Food Society Spectacular. It’s a healthy … Continue reading

Don’t play with your food

Travel and food reviews that refer to the writer’s love of ‘Asian’ food really get my goat. To homogenize such a variety and plethora of culinary experience in the name of ‘love’ is to insult the very object of affection. Whether Pad Thai in Bangkok, Pho Bo in Hanoi or deep fried spiders in Pnomh … Continue reading

A guide to Sydney’s dining secrets

22/08/11: Sip quietly: a guide to Sydney’s dining secrets – some great insider dining tips here from Lonely Planet author Jane Ormond. Sydney’s credentials as a mecca for foodies have gone crazy over recent years – at one end of the spectrum, if you have the mullah, the city is home to some of the world’s best … Continue reading

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