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Cafe Love: Sari Organik, Ubud

Part of the joy of this little thatched-roof cafe, set overlooking a rice field in Ubud, is the journey there. You turn off the main road (Jalan Raya) up an unpaved driveway, wander into a narrow laneway – sidestepping motorbikes and potholes – and down a path lined with palm trees and set alongside some of the prettiest rice paddies you ever did see. 57 more words

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Cafe Love: Neptune, Kiama

Kiama is a a little coastal township 120 kilometers south of Sydney. It’s easy to bypass it on the way down to the many splendid getaways that lay further down the map, but with the Kiama Coast Walk on the agenda over the summer break, it was time to discover what delights it had to offer…and I was pleasantly surprised, especially when I happened upon… 232 more words

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Harissa Style Chilli Paste

As the temperature outside drops and you feel the need to add a little extra warmth to your cooking….”Harissa Paste” is perfect. So easy to make and great to add to your stews, chillies, soups or even served as a condiment. 317 more words

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Night Noodle Markets, Sydney

Good Food Month has spread like a wildfire of flavour across the city, with its peak flame burning in Hyde Park, where the Night Noodle Markets are drawing a crowd each evening from 5pm (4pm on weekends). 410 more words

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I searched for Australia’s favourite yeast extract on the Cadbury website and this was the response:

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WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT QUALIFICATION FOR A PERSON OF TASTE, FOR A CRITIC--FOR YOU?

Literary historians usually credit Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) with initiating the movement in the U.S. of developing its own literary traditions apart from European traditions. One of Emerson’s most important essays about literature as such is “The Poet.” 409 more words

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WHO DECIDES PROPER LITERARY TASTE

Ok, so here you are, a person who loves to read and unlike so many others you know who profess to read a lot, you really like to read the classics. 960 more words

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