Week 37: The farmer’s market

Frenchs Forest Farmer’s Market

Sometimes know as the ‘Campbelltown by the sea’ (a joke for Sydney locals only, sorry)- Frenchs Forest Organic Markets are a hive of activity come Sunday morning. Amazing produce, stalls and weird people galore, this was going to be an interesting one for my sarcasm meter…  Continue reading

Week 36: The nose to tail…

Bishop Sessa

Once stumble upon on another weekly eating journey, this place caught my eye because f the offal on offer. Much more than boiled sheep’s balls, this looked all class, and was-it-ever!  Continue reading

Week 16: The ‘Paleo’ cafe…


Some places are just begging to be visited by us- quality food, high protein, quality carb options, friendly staff… Thr1ve is one such place. One of the new emerging eateries that really focuses on quality nutrition. Here’s what we thought… Continue reading

Week 15: Biodynamic breaky

Bread and Circus

 Yeah, biodynamic, it’s a thing. Think of it like organic, but on steroids. Organic ones.

This week we explored outside our bubble and visited a ‘wholefoods canteen’ which boasts fresh daily menus. To us that is worth a try…  Continue reading

Week 14: The meat fest…


After the seafood heavy week 13 at Fleurs, and one of the best meals we’d had- ever- it was time for a shift of focus. In my world that means meat.

Once seafood is done, real meat must come…

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Week 12: The adventure capital…


In the ‘Adventure capital of the world’ Queenstown, New Zealand, for a friend’s wedding, the opportunity to try some local fare was too good to pass up. After asking around some locals we settled on Rātā by Josh Emett.

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