ANZAC biscuits

Being the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign we made ANZAC biscuits. These were first made for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops serving overseas in World War One, because the ingredients could withstand the long ship journey to Europe. Recent research by Adelaide food historian Allison Reynolds has uncovered a pre 1920

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Easter in Melbourne

Crowds, comedy, chocolate, Footie, fashion, foodie, Street show, street art, streetcar, Lygon, latte, laneway, Brunswick, beards, band, Flinders, Fed Square, flat white, Grungy, gallery, G and T Pie Face, Pony Fish, photography Market, mall, Myki, Train, tram, Tim Tam Collins, cooler, colder. Four seasons surprise Photography by Kathryn McClintock

The times they are a-changin’

The end of daylight savings, or Summer Time, came suddenly and mercilessly. One week I was coming home after work to a beach full of swimmers and sunbathers (bakers in the local vernacular). The next week I am returning in the dark. There’s still plenty of activity on the Esplanade: runners, cyclists, saunterers, dog walkers,

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