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The Happy Cattle at the Hillock Downs

The Hillock Downs was as large asĀ 1000 acres and it had been used as part of the training grounds for troops in World War 2, they have records going back 100 years. 321 more words

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Peninsula Fresh Organics

We aren’t running out of ideas for this subject line nor this is an ad. We aren’t paid to write this. But the name Peninsula Fresh Organics… 448 more words

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Movie Night at the Trofeo Estate Winery

The standard of hospitality has been improved each day with the increasing popularity of wine tourism in the Mornington Peninsula. The bar is being raised, no, smashed from time to time. 351 more words

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Arthurs Seat Climb

It was a cold spring morning in Rye. I woke up in the dark asking myself, “are you sure?” Despite I had readied my cycling gears, getting out of bed for a ride was never easy. 428 more words

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Spaghettini with just a handful of Pipis

Pipi has been one of the favourite ingredients in many cuisines. Both their juice and meat add a touch of magic your dishes. Cooked together with a bit of garlic, chilli and wine, I’m in haven. 564 more words

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Bruschetta with Tomato and Basil

The Mornington Peninsula has long been known as our food bowl. Although some of their produce could be found in good Melbourne stores, visiting the farms, meeting the farmers could be a great trip and certainly an experience to share. 355 more words

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What's on your plate tonight?

I’m very supportive of food technologies as it helps to reduce starvation. But there’re times I’m just as concerned on what I’m feeding my children with. 357 more words

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