It’s already looking a lot like Christmas.
Holly in every hall.
But the prettiest sight you’ll see,
are carolers that will be in the Brisbane City mall.
Just in case you weren’t singing that like I was it was my attempt at changing ‘it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas’ into a Brisbane version.
The Brisbane Christmas tree
Eagle Farm markets
I really don’t know what I used to do with myself on Sunday mornings before the Eagle Farm Markets started up back in April. Now my Sundays start with a little stroll, nanna trolley in tow, to stock up on a week’s worth of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, seafood and lots of baked goodies from the markets. The Eagle Farm markets have every food your heart could desire along with lots of other trinkets, clothing and gift ideas. Continue reading
Sourced Grocer - New Farm
Arriving at Sourced Grocer, you would be forgiven for thinking you’d been teleported to a trendy area of Melbourne. It’s nothing like anywhere I’ve been to in Brisbane before but if it’s the beginning of a new trend, it’s one I’m happy to follow. Continue reading
Japanese food is one of those cuisines that fits many occasions. It’s light and fresh enough to be enjoyed on a warm summer evening, is a rather healthy choice for dining out and last Thursday night it was comforting and hearty enough to suit the unseasonably chilly weather. The Brisbane restaurant scene doesn’t have all that many Japanese restaurants (sushi shops aside) compared to other cuisines but it is home to one of the best I’ve been to – Sono Japanese Restaurant. Continue reading
Halloumi stuffed capsicum
I have recently developed an addiction. Not a bad addiction but an addiction nonetheless. It seems I am addicted to halloumi. Not just any halloumi but Olympus halloumi. Recently, I tried a few different brands but for squeakiness, saltiness, flavour, the way it cooks and value for money, Olympus won hands down. It also scored extra points because it’s made right here in Brisbane and in fact is the only cheese factory within five kilometers of the Brisbane CBD. Continue reading