Malabar Hut after spending the day searching for a car to buy. It was a magnificent meal that cheered me up when I really needed to remember the good things in life.
chai tea that I enjoyed. We often have some Le Snak in the cupboard for convenient snacks to take out (I know the packaging is horrendous). The Aussie BBQ cheese and bikkies were really good.
Zaatar for zaatar pizza and zoccacia. In third term Sylvia had a student led conference (after two terms of parent teacher nights). Afterwards we had dinner at Zaatar. It was late so we took home some baklava. Can you think of a dessert more likely to produce sticky fingers in a 5 year old! It was delicious.
mentioned I have a new blender. It is a Froothie Optimum 9400 that I bought with my own money. I am enjoying using it for smoothies, nut butters and dips but I am looking forward to finding time to use it for cashew cream, vegan cheese sauces and maybe even trying some vegan milks. Then perhaps I will write about it n more detail.
Darriwill Farm Shop. A posh food shop and good bread really doth maketh the holiday! More about Port Fairy soon.
Mr Maker. When he dipped oranges and other citrus fruit in plates of paint it looked brilliant. There was no suggestion that a lot of paint got wasted this way or that the fruit became all slippery in little paint covered hands or that a little girl might decide it was easier to use her fingers to make the circles. And we really should have put on our art smock aprons! Never mind, it was lots of fun. And I found out that Sylvia likes grapefruit!
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