Melbourne is one of those cities that is a pleasure to be lost in. When you are lost in the laneways of the CBD, you come across hidden gems you normally would not find. On the other hand, Melbourne is a city that has so much on offer that it's best to have a list of things to eat, see and do.Read More
Taste of Perth was the tastiest place to be this weekend! An incredible 16,376 foodies flocked to Langley Park to be the first to experience the world’s greatest restaurant festival!The winning dish for the 'Best in Taste' Awards was el Público’s 'Cuttlefish Toastada’ dish, judged by some of WA’s toughest food critics. The three most popular dishes throughout the festival were; ‘Rotisserie Suckling Pig Slider’ from Bib & Tucker, ‘Pork Belly’ from Nobu and ‘Lamb Taco’ from el Público.Read More
This past weekend Mr CK and I went to stay down south in Margaret River. With the rain pitter-pattering around us, all we could do was relax and be whisked away into the land of food and wine.
A three hour drive from Perth, Margaret River is the ultimate destination for gastronomy and wine. With so many options on hand it's hard to know where to go. In my next blog post I will give you my top picks for a great Margaret River weekend getaway.Read More
I am excited to announce my first giveaway on Lei Lady Lei and the prize couldn’t be more delicious!Read More
This past weekend my blogger friends Bonnie Friday, Nadine from Modern Girls in Vintage Pearls, Liz and I were invited by Rockcliffe Winery in Denmark, WA to attend their annual Harvest dinner. We set out early on the five hour journey down south, making our way through gorgeous country Australia. Upon our arrival at Rockcliffe winery, we were shown behind the scenes of how wine is made, its journey from grape to bottle. It is a fascinating process, I have a deeper appreciation for wine makers (and wine) after seeing it.Read More
Yesterday my man and I visited the gorgeous Millbrook Winery located in the historic town of Jarrahdale, sixty minutes south-east of Perth, Western Australia. Rolling hills and jarrah forests, the picturesque Chestnut Farm, on which the winery is situated, dates back to the nineteenth century when the original owner planted an orchard and the first grapevines in 1860.Read More