Fiji Dining

With a balmy tropical climate, endless coconut palms, juicy sweet pineapples and water teaming with fish, Fiji is truly the destination for discovering fine ingredients and great food. Increasingly restaurants and resorts are actively seeking to source ingredients from within … Read more »

Bali Bliss!

The crunchy spinach pakora, although fried, are still green enough for me to convince myself they are actually not too unhealthy (ha), the glass of rosẽ is well chilled, the air is not and I am so happily engrossed in … Read more »

Cycling Cambodia

How many variations of green are even possible? Cycling along a country path surrounded by rice paddies, I am overwhelmed by a landscape filled with every conceivable shade of green and marvel at how green, green can be.  The strands … Read more »

A Taste of Turkey

The tomatoes are like nothing I have ever seen before, their colour densely red and full of rich flavoured juice.  Maybe this has something to do with a summer of brilliant hot days, no rain at all, yet enough underground … Read more »

South Australia Fare

South Australia has everything a food lover could ever possibly wish for; incredible wine, fabulous local produce, a plethora of artisan bakers, cheese makers and numerous dairies (the milk/yoghurt product sort not the corner sort), making South Australia arguably the … Read more »