Tagged: coffee

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Di Bella coffee

Brisbaneites are fiercely loyal to local coffee providers, and for good reason: our homegrown guys churn out some damn good stuff! Di Bella Coffee started roasting beans in the Brissie ‘burbs in 2002, and their products are now available in a slew of cafes around the city (not to mention from their own...

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Picnic at Camp Hill

I hate that dilemma where a dish like muesli or yogurt sounds appealing, but you’ve got a slightly raging appetite that morning and know that a bowl of nuts and oats just ain’t gonna cut it. Enter: the side dish. That’s right folks, I solved this problem that has plagued...

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Papa Jack’s

I love what’s happening to the Valley lately! Oh sure, it’s always had “stuff”, but I’m loving all of the fun new restos and bars that are popping up – especially since they’re all walking distance from eachother. So I can go blow all my cash on organic yogurt at...

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The 2013 Eat Drink Brisbane Awards

It’s that time again. When I sit at my computer, an hour before lunch, and foolishly think that reminiscing about all of my favourite meals won’t have any effect on my appetite. Here’s our roundup of the best Brisbane restaurant, coffee, bar, and more in 2013. I think I’ll be calling an...

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Chester Street Kitchen

We popped into Chester Street Kitchen recently for a quick afternoon slice of cake. What, you don’t do that? You’re crazy. Cake and a lazy afternoon go together like Vegemite and cheese. Cake is an especially suitable arvo snack when it’s something like this:   Red velvet! Chester Street also had a...

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She Bangs Coffee

D steps up to the plate again this week with a review of She Bangs, at Albion. This kid cannot get enough of the cool coffee shops. Normally I get my Merlo coffee most mornings while at work – it’s consistently tasty. Recently however, a colleague asked if I would...

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Hamptons Home Living

Isn’t it funny how sometimes you can be around something every day, and not know of its existence? Take relationships. I am always discovering new, disturbing, and sometimes pleasing things about D. Recently I discovered he calls ice cubes, “ice bricks”. I have known the man five years and only NOW...

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Shucked Coffee House

You’ve heard about him, I’ve mentioned him countless times, and he’s often my sidekick during chow down adventures. Ladies and gents, I present a guest post from the one and only D – yes, he DOES exist, and yes, he CAN string a sentence together. I know how to pick...

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Blake & Taylor

We all have our little ‘things’ that we do to make us relax, right? Some people enjoy spas. Some work out (?). Other people get a massage, or hit a round of golf. I like to eat cake and read trashy magazines. I swear to God, plonk an issue of...

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Anouk

Are you like your parents? Momma T may be a fair, tiny little thing who I tower over, but I’ve always thought we were alike in most other ways – except for food. While she’s like me and has a sweet tooth, the woman likes her bacon. So, I was...