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14 Edible Plants That You Can Grow Indoors (Infographic)

Many of us dream of having our own vegetable patch, but it can be challenging to find the ideal space – and that’s assuming you have a garden at all. But never fear, apartment dwellers, you don’t need a large outdoor plot to grow all your ideal crops, for many edible plants all you need […]

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Cooking with Minimal Waste

Few things in life are more enjoyable than a hearty, sociable meal with close friends. However, cooking for a dinner event can often create a large amount of waste. With the current ecological crises and resources at an all-time low, we should constantly look for ways to minimise our ecological impact. Is it possible to […]

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Danish Restaurant Noma Voted Best in the World

The San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, organised by Restaurant magazine, is an annual snapshot of the opinions and experiences of over 800 international restaurant industry experts. The winners were announced in April and the Danish restaurant Noma in Copenhagen has stayed in the number one spot for a second year in a row.

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Move Over Wine and Food Pairings, Try Soda Pairings

The wine list at the Hong Kong restaurant Mirror has two white wines, three reds and four flavored sodas. What’s more, the executive chef, Jeremy Biasiol, suggests food pairings with each soda, just as he would with wine. Lavender, for instance, goes well with pork, cheese or chocolate; cucumber soda makes for a natural pairing with salad or salmon.

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How Much Do We Spend on Food and Dining?

The clever people over at Column Five recently partnered with Mint.com and Akorn.tv to visually display how much Mint users spend each month on eating and drinking in a project called “Eat, Drink and Be Thrifty”.

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Thai Crying Tiger Beef Salad

THANUNDORN “Tha” Imratanarak was already a competent cook when he arrived in Australia from Thailand five years ago. He had cooked for his family since he was a teenager and had developed interest in studying the cuisines of other cultures.

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Location Location: What I Love About Cudal and “Wallendoon”

The owner of the wonderful “Wallendoon”, an historic homestead in Cudal, near Orange in New South Wales, Australia, recently shared with us why they love the home and the area: “Cudal is 30 minutes from Orange, one of the fastest growing towns in New South Wales. The community spirit is alive and well and there is so much to do in the area.”

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RECIPE: Left Overs For Lunch

Christine Watson of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes:

A great easy lunch, and very healthy for you. Kids love making this as it is similar to making a taco!

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RECIPE: Spinach and Cheese Filo Pastries

Christine Watson of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this dish of spinach and cheese filo pastries. People often hear alarm bells and get into cold sweats at the thought of using filo pastry, but give this recipe a try and you’ll see how simple it can be.

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Real Estate News: Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine Nov 04, 2009

Welcome to the latest eMagazine from Marquette Turner Luxury Homes. In this edition there’s some great luxury homes, including new ones in New York City and on the island of Crete, Greece. There’s also tips on how to cook a steak, the weekly Clear the Air eco eMagazine, news on real estate, money and business. The good cause is OzHarvest and 1 million meals, and there’s lots more too.

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