July 2011

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A taste for Queenstown

I’ve not visited Queenstown yet, but having enjoyed a ‘taste’ of the city courtesy of the Hilton Hotel, I may well be moving there soon.

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How many friends do you have?

No matter how many hundreds of friends they may have on Facebook, Gen Y is the loneliest generation living today. MiNDFOOD reports.

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These boots were made for walking

Claiming to provide you with “a workout whilst you walk,” for the last month I’ve been stepping out in a pair of FitFlops.

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Approaching deadline

We’re currently in countdown mode, getting ready to send our bumper September editions to print, and I’m starting to question whether art director Jacqui, chief sub Laura and senior designer Lexi actually go home at all.

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Bite into … Bankstown

Laura Venuto joins a Taste Tour of Bankstown and meets the kind of wonderful down-to-earth providores she thought were becoming an endangered species.
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In search of spiritual healing

In Bali for the weekend, I took the opportunity to meet with Ketut Liyer and have my fortune told by the ‘medicine man’ made famous by Elizabeth Gilbert’s best selling novel, ‘Eat Pray Love.’ MiNDFOOD reports.

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The Daily Bite, July 2011

This month in the Daily Bite: Twitter announces the death of Obama, as well as the Oxford comma. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Happy Fourth of July

It’s the perfect day to introduce you to my all-time favourite sandwich, which happens to contain the ultimate slow-cooked pork, and is also an American classic.

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