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Review – Perri Pizzeria e Cucina

We have all become very fussy when it comes to pizza, these days. Everyone seems to have a favourite pizza restaurant and the competition is fierce.

Tips to Make Your Next Picnic Awesome

Planning a picnic is just like planning a small, transportable party, and if you think of it that way, it will help you with the organising.

The G&Tea Gin Garden

Hamish Goonetilleke of The Rum Diary Bar and Laura Rosadoni have joined forces to transform Majority Café, (corner of Kerr St and Brunswick St, Fitzroy) into a garden bar with a strong focus on Gin, tea and fun.

Christmas Hospitality Tips

With Christmas just around the corner, it isn’t long now before we find ourselves rushing madly searching for the perfect gift for those we love.

Fisher and Paykel Social Kitchen

The Queen Victoria Market (one of my favourite places) has a new pop up cooking School - The Fisher & Paykel Social Kitchen and it’s all kinds of awesome.

We Visit Valley Park Farms

I was able to have a chat to Ralph Burd and Morry Wroby (owners) about the farm, so I could show you all what a true ‘free range egg farm’ looks like.

Flavours of Spain Paella Masterclass

A wise man once asked - "Have you ever had really good paella? Oh, it's an orgiastic feast for the senses". Well, if you consider Kramer from Seinfeld wise.

The Fat Duck in Melbourne

In December 2014, Heston Blumenthal will close the doors of his award-winning The Fat Duck restaurant in Bray, UK and reopen in February 2015 with Crown Resorts in Melbourne, Australia.  In an unprecedented move, Heston will take the entire Fat Duck team with him to Australia for a massive six ...

Chef Masterclasses Kitchen Garden

Those of you who are on our CMC Facebook page know, here at we have been working hard on building our culinary garden. You see, we had a very ordinary (and that's being kind) front garden, that looked like a wreck with clay, barren soil and an annoying side ...

Mister Bianco

Melbourne’s leafy suburb of Kew is seemingly overjoyed to have ‘Mister Bianco’ around – and it’s no wonder, quite honestly. Although executive chef & owner Joseph Vargetto is a Melbourne boy, his family originate from Sicily, Italy.  So he was lucky enough to grow up with a Mother ...