Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dream of Californication

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival: Californication @ Newmarket Hotel 34 Inkerman Street, St Kilda She Says The subject of this post dates back a couple weeks now because I have been hideously slack. Gerard dutifully wrote his section over a week ago, meanwhile, I’ve done nothing. I’d like to blame it on my ridiculously busy […]

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Don’t mess with Texas

Fringe Food Festival & Burger Mary’s ‘Don’t Mess with Texas’ dinner @ St Ali She says On Thursday night we went to St Ali for the first of 3 texan style BBQ nights organised by Burger Mary, Red River BBQ and the Fringe Food Festival. I bought the tickets almost 2 months ago now and […]

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Deliciously Manufactured Hipsters

Graham Canteen, by Fancy Hank’s BBQ @ Richmond Weekender 22 Bendigo Street, Richmond (Weekends in March 2012 only) He Says If there’s one thing I enjoy more than Mexican, it’s BBQ. I’ve been frothing at the mouth over episodes of BBQ Pitmasters (thanks Nextflix), which is a reality TV show were teams competitively BBQ a variety […]

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Tacos by the inch

Senoritas 16 Meyers Place, Melbourne  He says Friday night is usually reserved for home delivered Thai and trashy reality television (Geordie Shore is my current favourite. Init), so it’s a little unusual for us to go out for dinner. However, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the newly opened Mexican restaurant Senoritas, on […]

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Melbourne food & wine festival: the Food Truck Jam!

Taco Truck, Beatbox Kitchen & Massive Wieners She says In my post about a trip to Gumbo Kitchen a while ago, I wrote about how on a holiday to New York last year Gerard and I went to two food truck rallies including the first annual Zagat Food Truck Frenzy which featured 26 food trucks […]

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It’s getting hot in here…

Greenhouse by Joost Queensbridge Square, Southbank, Melbourne He says It’s that time of year, the days are getting shorter, the shops are awash with Easter Eggs, and the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is on.  Now in its 20th year, the festival is bigger and tastier than ever, with one of the main attractions this […]

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