Dining Out

We seek out the best flavours, best produce, most amazing locations and most awesome all round dining experiences – and let you in on the secrets!

The Family Home. Greece.

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About ten years ago my dad decided to buy a piece of land on a small island in the middle of the Aegean in Greece. It’s become a refuge for family and friends to meet while traveling Europe and a place that holds so much of what we are creating here in Australia. The vast […]

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Wine and Country

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A darling place to have a drink in Daylesford is Wine and the Country. Full of beautiful local and international wines, you can have a few little tastes before choosing your favourite to either sit and enjoy or take home. Ask questions and try something you’ve never heard of, even something you’d never usually drink. […]

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The Glenlyon Village Market

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The Glenlyon Village Market is on the 3rd Saturday of the month. Glenlyon is my town, it’s dinky cute, with only a general store, a fire brigade, and a hall. The village market has the rad locals selling their homegrown vegies, eggs, preserves, cakes and stuff. It’s all true blue prices 30 cents, 2 dollars […]

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RedBeard Bakery – Trentham Dining

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RedBeard Bakery in Trentham is no secret but it is a little discovery for me! They have delicious coffee, a gorgeous courtyard and their very own signature sourdough and artisan woodfired baking. Their bread is baked in a 140 year old scotch oven, and they also source free range local Istra ham and bacon, free […]

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Inner Biscuit – Kyneton Dining

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Amongst the Piper Street foodie delights, Inner Biscuit in Kyneton is a delectable place for cake, coffee and brunchie lunchies! Ok, so now I’ll get a little obsessed with naming their range of cakes: we’re talking orange and almond, apple crumble cake, dutch honey cake, brownies, lemon biscuits, and even Dutch spiced cookies called speculars! […]

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