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Maroubra Bistro Opens its Doors on 28 McKeon Street, Just Steps Away from the Beach!

Nestled in the heart of Maroubra, a culinary gem has emerged to tantalize taste buds and transport locals to the vibrant streets of Greece. Maroubra Bistro, specialising in authentic Greek street food and mouthwatering burgers, is now open at 28 McKeon Street, a mere 200 meters from the sun-kissed shores of Maroubra Beach. This new culinary hotspot promises to be a haven for food enthusiasts seeking a taste of Greece without leaving the comfort of their seaside community. The prime location, just a short stroll from the beach, adds an extra layer of charm to the dining experience. Picture yourself…

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Food, Inspiration

How to Get Out of the Boring Cooking Routine As a Parent

As someone who has been cooking for a while, I know first-hand how easy it is to fall into a boring routine of making the same dishes over and over again. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, but there are ways to get out of it and make cooking fun and exciting again – you can even involve the kids! Experiment with new ingredients and flavours One of the best ways to break out of a cooking rut is to experiment with new ingredients and flavours. This can be as simple as trying a new spice or herb,…

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Growing edible flowers workshop

Flowers attract bees and beneficial insects to the garden, but do you know which flowers are also edible? Discover flowers which will flourish in pots and small spaces. Learn how to add delicate flavours and fragrance to your meals with homegrown petals and blooms. You’ll learn: Edible flowers suitable for planting this season Edible flowers suited to a range of growing conditions How to grow, maintain and harvest your flowers What you’ll get: Hands on skills propagating flowers from cuttings and seeds Detailed notes Six plants to take home There are two sessions available 10am to 11am Saturday 22 April…

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Happy pancake day

With a rich history dating back hundreds of years, Pancake Day combines a delightful sense of celebration and fun with some deep and meaningful components. A day dedicated to pancakes is something we can definitely get behind, but Pancake Day is more than just eggs, flour and milk. Here’s everything you need to know about Pancake Day, including when it is and why we have it. When is Pancake Day? This year, Pancake Day falls on Tuesday, February 21, 2023. The day always falls 47 days before Easter Sunday (a feast that is determined by the cycles of the moon),…

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Events, Food

GREEK FESTIVAL OF SYDNEY

Live music, dance performances, authentic Greek food and drinks, and so much more! The Greek Festival of Sydney is one of Australia’s largest and longest-running annual cultural events. Attracting artists from around the globe, the Festival is the Greek Community’s most prestigious event focusing on celebrating the Greek-Australian lifestyle, culture and heritage and reflecting the multicultural nature of Australia. Join us on Sunday 19th February to take part in all the joy the Greek community has to offer including outdoor musical performances by Alkistis Protopsalti, pop-up stalls including hand made jewllery and homewares, childrens activities, and delcious food stalls including traditional Loukoumades, authentic lamb souvlaki…

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Keep it Fresh !

Oxygen, moisture and heat are the main reasons bacteria or fungi reproduce, causing food to go off. Clever kitchen appliances, containers, utensils and tools can help you to store your food wisely and keep it fresher for longer. Storage hacks Airtight containers with snug-fitting lids are perfect for storing items in the fridge, freezer or cupboard. Using the right size is essential; it reduces oxygen in the container Airtight jars – Airtight jars are great for storing flour, rice and couscous in the cupboard, as well as storing leftover liquids like salad dressing in the fridge Paper towels – Some…

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Food, Health & Wellbeing, Inspiration

How to grow your own food if you rent

Tips to start an edible garden with mobile gardens, planters and pots. Growing your own flowers, herbs, seeds, berries and plants can give you a great source of healthy food. Not only does it make you feel good and helps you save money, it also reduces waste and contributes to a greener city. Renters need to keep their properties in their current condition. But most landlords are more than happy for tenants to add in a little care.Kick start your edible garden by booking into an Edible gardens for renters workshop on Saturday 11 February. This 2½ hour workshop is perfect…

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Healthy Meal Prep Ideas You Can Start Today

Cooking every day can be tough, and you might eventually get sick of it. Additionally, a lot of people have packed schedules that make it impossible to cook every day. But there’s no need to worry when you can simply meal prep, which will not only save you time but also help you eat healthy!  In this article, we will share some tips on how to make the process as easy as possible and some excellent meal prep ideas. So without further ado, let’s get started! Tips To Make Meal Prep Easy As good as the idea of meal prep…

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