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It’s promising…

It’s promising…

I’m not sure whether calling Wild Timor Coffee a social enterprise venture would be completely accurate but the imperatives of social justice are certainly behind its establishment. There is a lot of information already available about this café but to recap its four owners were former Royal Australian Regiment peacekeepers who, while stationed there in … Continue reading

For old times sake – Half Moon Cafe

For old times sake – Half Moon Cafe

A pending move to Canberra for a short secondment opportunity saw us doing the rounds of some of our favourite local restaurants. First stop on our temporary ‘last hurrah’ to Coburg’s eating establishments was Half Moon Café, a local institution for falafels. Surprisingly, or maybe not, I’ve never reviewed Half Moon Café. Perhaps because the regularity of … Continue reading

Moreland dining scene update – July

Well, it’s been aeons since the last post but hey, what can I say? Life gets in the way. A couple of our favourite places have closed down over the past month or so. The first of these is Fine and Dandy on Melville Road in West Brunswick. It was a pioneer on this strip, … Continue reading

The 2011 Great Hot Cross Bun taste-off

Just in time for Easter I bring you the 2011 Great Hot Cross Bun taste-off. This is something I’ve been talking about doing for years, and in all honesty, one of the reasons I started to blog. I’ve previously written about my annoyance at the inner suburban and eastern suburbs focus of food articles from … Continue reading