musings #1

reading: Food Lover’s Guide to Perth. I especially like to read it while I’m eating, strangely enough. Eating while reading, about eating… hmmm. From the best butchers, farmers’ markets to fishmongers, it uncovers the best produce, from the coast to the hills. Don’t mistake it for a restaurant guide, it’s purely a guide for groceries and hard to find ingredients. You can get your paws on it at Planet Books or Borders. The last time I looked, Borders Perth were selling it below RRP.

posh nosh: Miami Bakehouse has started serving high tea at its original Mandurah branch. Predominantly a pie store, I remember the sweets at the Willagee branch to be okay, so the high tea would be interesting, to say the least. Another suburban option to consider is Bellisa Cafe in Bedford, which is serving high tea on  Sundays, 1pm to 4pm. The George has also started serving high teas, so check out their website.

fast food: Ever wondered how to make your own very own greek-american gyros (that’s kebab to you and me) at home? Have a look at this Serious Eats Food Lab for a meticulous run down.

drink: Cocktail fanatics – check out Liqurious!

charity: The Little Creatures Brewery in Freo is holding an art exhibition with proceeds going to RSPCA. The exhibition started on Tuesday (behind on the times, sorry) and will run for three weeks. So get great food, beer, art and support a good cause all at the same. How’s that for multitasking!

Little Creatures RSPCA Exhibition

Have a fantastic weekend!


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  1. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    I’ve been loving my Food Lover’s Guide too!

    Interesting about Miami Bakehouse. I hear their sales have gone down really significantly since the bypass was finished so perhaps this is a way to try counteract this.
    .-= Conor @ HoldtheBeef´s last blog ….Air NZ may have the champagne, but United has the champagne comedy =-.

  2. mei

    Conor – Hmm interesting sales tactic. I haven’t heard anything else of it but I sure hope they do survive the bypass.

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