Month: October 2016

Yellow Fever

I’ve been eagerly anticipating the opening of Yellow Fever ever since the signage first went up on Botany Road a couple of months ago – there was something about the typeface that convinced me that I was really going to get along with this place. Advertisements

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Sweet Potato & Almond Loaf

When the weekend rolled around I had a hankering to hit the kitchen and get my bake on. I had my eye on something savoury that would take care of the glut of sweet potato lurking in the pantry, and after a firing up the Google […]

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Perfect Panzanella

Not only is this classic Tuscan tomato-bread salad incredibly good-looking and super easy to whip up, it also visits all the important stops in flavour country – sweetness of tomatoes, salty-tangy of capers, creaminess of buffalo mozzarella, and pepperiness of basil. It’s all pulled together with the crunch of toasted sourdough and a classic […]

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The end of the line

On our fourth day in Tassie, we headed still further west until literally the end of the road – the most southwesterly road in the southwest in fact, that takes you all the way to Gordon Dam. With Lake Gordon on one side and Lake […]

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