June 2011

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Pesto two ways

Will you try the pesto with zesty Australian capers, parsley and almonds, or peppery rocket, pistachios and pinenuts? MiNDFOOD reports.

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A touch of whimsy goes a long way

Donna Duggan spends a memorable evening at the Sydney Theatre Company and remembers why theatre is good for the soul. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Counting the cost of alcohol

With Dry July fast approaching, it’s time to weigh up the health benefits of a month off the booze. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Laura and the Chocolate Factory

On a recent trip to South Australia I discovered what really goes on behind the scenes of a chocolate factory and realise I may have chosen the wrong career …MiNDFOOD reports.

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Change of life

Jean Kittson chats about her experience of the menopause, and why she believes it’s something we should all be talking about. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Hairdressers know how to party

What better way to spend a wet and stormy Monday, than at the Schwarzkopf Hair Expo awards?

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Shake the habit

Do you have a habit that you wish to change – smoking, overeating, binge drinking – but don’t seem to make any progress? Maybe it is because you are applying the wrong change techniques. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Back for good

Deputy Editor, Donna Duggan, returns to MiNDFOOD following a two year break.

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The Daily Bite, June 2011

This month, we look forward to the birth of new celebrity babies, and learn of the sad passing of New Zealand’s much loved Shrek.

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