12 of my favourite cafes that make a damn good c o f f e e

12 of my favourite cafes that make a damn good c o f f e e I’ve got to apologise- It’s been a while between coffee guides. It may definitely have something to do with the fact that I have not had a sip of that sweet, sweet goodness they call coffee for almost 10 weeks… Read more »

Roast Pumpkin, Zucchini, Chicken and Baby Kale Salad

Roast Pumpkin, Zucchini, Chicken and Baby French Kale Salad The warmer weather is here, which means it’s the perfect time for salads! This little beauty is packed full of goodness, is great on its own or as a side at a BBQ.   Ingredients 1 bag Baby French Kale (I’ve also used baby spinach as… Read more »


Good vibes, really-really good Italian fare and Limoncello shots on departure.  Say ciao to Pizzateca. Tucked away on Chalk Hill Road, Pizzateca is a Italian food lovers HEAVEN. It’s surrounded by vineyards and plenty of lawn area for a football and for the little ones to roam free. In terms of seating you can pop… Read more »

Serafino Wines launches their delicious Spring Menu

Fresh flavours, next level desserts and meals showcasing the best in local produce. You’ve got Serafino Wines new Spring Menu. Last week I was lucky enough to join some fellow foodies at Serafino’s new spring menu launch, and what a cracker it was. For those who haven’t been to Serafino Wines, you’ll find it in… Read more »

Eat, Drink and Shop your way around Old Coach Road, Aldinga

If you are looking for someone where to have a good brew, a big breakfast, healthy treats, the best sourdough known to man or even pick up some awesome threads , then you need to get down to Old Coach Road at Aldinga. Yes, it may be a bit of a construction zone and the… Read more »

Artwine Estate

I’ve officially found a winery in the hills that I have fallen head-over-heels in love with. I can’t put my finger on exactly what it is. Maybe it’s because I enjoyed every wine on their tasting list, their beautiful views, airy cellar door or their resident wine dog Coco who I LOVED (more than he… Read more »

Gluten Free Pasta and Meatballs

Gluten Free Pasta + Meatballs I’ve recently been put on a Gluten Free diet, which for me is terrifying because let’s face it, gluten is my life. But when I saw San Remo’s Pulse Pasta online, I thought I would give it a crack (I am forever searching for food that doesn’t taste like cardboard)…. Read more »

Ellen Street Restaurant at Maxwell Wines

Incredible service, food that looks too good to eat (even though we devoured it) and wines you’ll fall in love with. You’ve found Maxwell Wines and their Ellen Street Restaurant. A few months ago a few girlfriends and I went to Maxwell Wines as a part of a Trailhopper wine tour (a new hop on, hop… Read more »

The Seller Door

Beetroot hot chocolates, raw treats and the best in South Australian produce. Say hello to The Seller Door. On busy Jetty Road at Brighton, The Seller Door is a hub for all things local produce, healthy (and a little bit naughty), platters and smoothie bowls. The space is bright and open, with the walls lined… Read more »

Seafaring Fools

Corner store vibes, a bold brunch list and some of the best coffee in the land. Say Ahoy to Seafaring Fools. With the same owner as the original hole in the wall at Grenfell Street (with the addition of 2 more lads), Seafaring Fools is Glenelg South’s newest café. Donning the happiest doors you’ve ever… Read more »

  • Heart Warming Chicken Soup

    Chicken Soup I feel like Adelaide has decided to skip the end of Summer and Autumn and bounce straight into winter. And for me winter means soups. A super easy meal that is generally low on calories (means more chocolate for me) and something that I can load up in the freezer if I don’t… Read more »

  • Getting lost in: Bangkok

     Bangkok Before I went here I expected this city to be big. But WOW, it’s huge. I have been to Bangkok twice now and on both occasions I have always found something to keep me entertained. The first time I went with 2 girlfriends and we spent most of the time shopping, eating, day tripping… Read more »

  • Getting lost in: Cambodia

    Cambodia Packed full of culture, delicious food, history and temples. Did I say temples, because there is so many of them! And with temples comes hundreds of tourists. But when you go to Cambodia you soon understand why the tourists come here. Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom City, Ta Phrom (tomb raider temple) and the Killing… Read more »

  • Getting lost in: Sapa- Vietnam

    SaPa SaPa is located in the Lao Cai Province in northwest Vietnam. We visited one weekend and as soon as we got there it took me by the hand and wouldn’t let me go. SaPa is beautiful and I would go back in a heartbeat. It’s a photographers dream. A whirlwind of culture, colour and… Read more »

  • Red Poles

    it’s days off before night shift. i’m trying, well attempting to try, to save money for our Europe holiday in September. however I still want to go out with the other half for lunch as the weather is on point. I reach for the Entertainment Book. I find a voucher for Red Poles at Mclaren… Read more »

  • Granola

    I am not usually a breakfast girl. Unless it consists of avocado, feta, sourdough and bacon. However working early shifts really screws with me and by 8am my body is yearning for food. As bacon is not the best as a every-morning food I have learnt to settle for yoghurt and granola. I noticed that… Read more »

  • Shortbread

     shortbread this recipe is super easy, delicious and will want you going back for another 10 biscuits. it reminds me of Christmas and has become a staple biscuit in my household. this recipe has come from the clever people at Taste.  INGREDIENTS Melted butter, to grease 225g (1 1/2 cups) plain flour 120g (2/3 cup)… Read more »

  • Zucchini Slice

    zucchini slice the slice that tastes so good that you wouldn’t know its packed full of vegetables. perfect for kids and bigger kids (with the addition of feta, of course). this recipe was sourced from Chantelle at Fat Mum Slim. She has some ripper recipes on her site and some awfully gorgeous photos. You can… Read more »

  • Malteser Cake

    Maltesers. little balls of chocolate air that you scoff by the handful. well, that’s what I do anyway. this Malteser cake recipe has come straight from the beautiful Country Womens Association Classics Cookbook. This cookbook has all your favourite recipes from cakes and cookies to spreads and spaghetti’s. Every recipe I have made from this book has not… Read more »

  • PPH- Perfect Platter Hunting

    platters.  I like love them. And i’m forever looking for new places that serve the heartiest, cheesiest, pickle-iest platters in Adelaide. Platters to me are the perfect kind of lunch. It gives you a taste of everything and generally is packed with local goodies that you can share. Plus they’re generally teamed with wine. And we… Read more »

  • Rosey’s Cafe

    its the saturday of the long weekend (happy easter) the girls and I head to Unley Road for brekky thinking the place would be bustling. wrong. seems it is a ghost town and everything is closed. thank-the-breakfast-gods that we found Rosey’s because it was a winner. seems the all of the visitors to unley road… Read more »

  • Chocolate and Beetroot Cake

    Want a cake that is chocolaty, moist and still somewhat good for you? Look no further than this Chocolate and Beetroot cake. I have sourced this recipe from the lovely team at The Nutrition Guru and The Chef. If your looking for healthy recipes then that’s the place to go (they also have a recipe for… Read more »