Kimchi is fermented cabbage, a Korean delicacy and when a co-worker offered to give Rachel Morgan a lesson making it, she could not resist – here is the lesson for others: Read more
Old is chic – old buildings left to rot on the outside and funky done up inside. We are off on a browsing, eating and window shopping trip in North Melbourne’s funky suburb of Fitzroy. Johnson Street and Brunswick Street here we come!
Coffee shops are ubiquitous these days in most cities of the world – most make OK expresso, but I am on the search for the ones that have risen to the top in Melbourne for providing the best coffee and service. Read more
One, which will be offered 3 times next year is a tour especially for women
No men – no limits – Women and Krakow
Good Tastes of Tuscany is run by Elizabeth Morris & Meaghan Barr as a female family run business that caters to mixed groups but also womens groups for travel in Tuscany. They have a very successful cooking school that provides classes for single, multi day & 7 day culinary & cultural programs. Newly listed on the networking website Women Travel the World, Elizabeth and Meaghan are living the dream – join in one of their fabulous cooking schools, Here is what one client says:
Hi Meaghan and Elizabeth!!
I hope your are all well! I just wanted to say thank you for making my experience in Tuscany Cooking a very deliciuos one!!
I truly enjoyed the classes with your 3 different chefs, and I took home with me all their varied ways and little tricks they use to make the menu a little extra special.tsc
I will certainly reccomend your school to all my clients. I plan on returning with my girlfriends next time so they can share tha calories with me.
Take good care !!! Give little Julia a kiss for me!!
Magda von der Heyde, great grand daughter of Karl Alexander, well known local artist and director of the Sala de Arte of Escorihuela Winery, has more than ten years experience guiding visitors through the secrets of wine. Experience the wonders of Argentina & Chile through these wine and gourmet tours with polo, golf and tango programs as well. Be introduced to local people, experience the out of the way places.
I love these Australian names, heading on the Fleurieu Peninsula out from Port Willunga, through Myponga to Yankalilla essentially following the Tribuke Dreaming Trail. We dropped off at Lilla’s, a café on the main road – they were closed but offered warmly to make a coffee while they prepared for the evening rush. Read more
Our base for exploring the Barossa is the amazing Almond Hill B&B and after a fabulous breakfast we head for our first coffee hit of the day– Blond Coffee on the main street of Angaston. It was a good choice (we come back three times before we leave), a deli style café with lots of space, great food, and large glass windows to watch the passing traffic.
I am staying in Port Willunga south of Adelaide, and we are heading off to the Barossa for a couple of days exploration. It’s a beautiful winter’s day as we drive through McLaren Vale (the other great wine growing region in SA). Through the vineyards we wind up into the Adelaide Hills. The idea of summer and bushfires is as far away as you can imagine – the fields are lush and green. The first signs of spring are all around us – the first grapes budding, almond trees, daffodils, tiny new born lambs. Read more