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Why is there no National Museum of Pie?

By John Lehndorff
(January 17, 2015) – There is no National Museum of Pie.
There is a Baked Bean Museum in Port Talbot, Wales.
There’s a potato museum in Bruges. 595 more words

Eating

By the Lake

After our visit to the icon exhibition at Ballarat, we headed out to Lake Wendouree and to Pipers by the Lake for a late lunch.  I was somewhat concerned when we arrived because the place was nearly full and in fact a couple of large tables still had menus spread out in front of them.    147 more words

Around Victoria

Myer Mural Hall

I attended a Christmas function at the Myer Mural Hall.  Although you can get to it through the retail area, attendees were encouraged to use lifts on the west side of the Myer store, which we accessed down a lane called Post Office Lane. 92 more words

Around Melbourne

BBQ

We don’t often fire up the barbeque, but it came in handy recently. It was a nice warm evening, and the BBQ hit the right note. 184 more words

Dining And Restaurants

Pepperoni rules; Prescribing 'Aggression' Cookies; Pie and the economy

By John Lehndorff

(December 5, 2014) – U.S. consumers eat pizza away from home about 60 times a year and 40 percent of those pizzas will be topped with pepperoni, according to Datassential.   401 more words

Eating

Cheap Eats

Our repertoire of cheap eating places has recently been expanded as we have strayed a little from our regular haunts. We were most impressed with Ipoh Parade which describes itself as a “Malaysian Restaurant”. 145 more words

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