Go salad team!

Seeing as to how much we love food, I can’t help but dedicate a post solely about our weekend cooking and eating! Kudos to our salad team who made the most amazing salads which were all fresh from the vegie garden at the Harvest Farm. Here’s the last batch of my photos. Be warned… you may get hungry after. Read more…

what did you have for brekkie?

Never miss out on the most important meal of the day… and while you’re at it, have some fun! Get inspired by the lot! Read more…

oh, summer love

Mozzies, sweat and hot hot heat aside; I’m so happy that summer is here! Summer spells out BBQs, sand & sea, goodbyes to winter-skin and hello to more mates willing to go outside. Summer’s probably my most social time of the year, there are more events and activities; one of which I’d like to share with you:

The Suzuki Night Market at the Queen Victoria market! It runs every Wednesday night (5 to 10pm), until 2 March 2011 except 29 December 2010.

Think many stalls filled with various types of food to tantalise your tastebuds! Think of fun summertime trinklets to buy for your loved ones (or yourself!). Think of beautiful craft made with love. Think of colourful clothes to fill your wardrobe with. There’s just so much to do! …and since it’s the season to be jolly – it’s the perfect time to do some Christmas shopping! I definitely am!

international lunch

A couple of weeks ago we decided to mark a few things in the studio with an international celebrations lunch. We all brought along food to share from our heritage. It was a wonderfully eclectic vibe of Australian, Malaysian, Scottish, French, Spanish, Filipino, Italian, Indian and Latino!

Below are some photo’s from the day, we even finished it all off with some scotch whisky!


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art and wine = divine

A month or so ago I visited the TarraWarra modern art gallery and winery in the Yarravalley. It was a beautifully sunny day and I was very impressed and inspired with the whole TarraWarra experience.

The gallery was exhibiting George Baldessin’s work which explored the artist’s “remarkable, distinctive contribution to Australian art, selecting paintings and drawings as well as the better known etchings and sculptures from the significant body of work produced by Baldessin before his premature death at the age of 39 in 1978.” His style has been described as “unaccustomed elegance, ambiguous sexuality and svelte craftsmanship.” I loved his series of pears – explored through different mediums so poetically. I also loved their selection of wines in the cellar door and meeting an eccentric fellow that hitch-hiked around the region carrying his own Riedel glasses (x8+!) to use for each different variety he tasted – he was quite the wine enthusiast!

I hope you enjoy the snapshots below as much as I enjoyed the experience – or even better experience it yourself!



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