Author: Georgie Sayers

Healthy Breakfast for Busy People

Better than toast: Banana and Almond bread This takes meal prep. But if you enjoy cooking on a weekend, just not in the morning when you’re on turbo speed, then it’s definitely worth it. Banana and almond bread is yummy and warm (if toasted) and easy. I suggest taking recipes from health gurus such as Kayla Itsines or Teresa Cutter. Kayla’s recipe, found here, keeps more to the classic banana bread you love, while TheHealthyChef provides a gluten free version here. Speedy and savoury: Fritters your way A savoury breakfast, that’s not just vegemite on toast, is hard to...

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Where are you taking your Valentine?

It’s Valentine’s Day, remember? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our selection of the best ways to say ‘I love you’ in Canberra.  We’ve split it into three types of dates – dinner, exxy and venturesome, so you’re sure to find one that suits your lover’s tastes. Dinner Dates Sage Rated one of the best restaurants in Canberra, Sage is truly a fine dining experience. The dishes will set you back some considerable dollars, however, for food lovers, the experience will be worth every cent – especially sharing the experience with your Valentine.  La Rustica Located at Kingston...

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What’s Your Pasta Personality?

So, what’s your pasta personality?  And where is the best place to find your one and only fave pasta in Canberra?   Your perfect pasta: Mac n’ Cheese Your Pasta Personality: Hard to please, not too adventurous yet young at heart, prefer a night inside on the couch with takeaway Where it’s good: Italians and Sons in Braddon   Your perfect pasta: Bolognese Your Pasta Personality: Like to keep things in life simple, old school at heart, a night out is your classic Friday drinks and good food Where it’s good: Locale in Deakin   Your perfect pasta: Gnocchi...

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Share a 6-course meal with a MasterChef

Canberra is lucky enough to be hosting yet another Food and Wine Expo this year. Running over three days, from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 February, the festival is an event that the foodies and vino lovers of Canberra will not want to miss. All the action is taking place at the National Convention Centre located in the heart of the city. This year’s expo will be jam-packed with free tastings, recipes, new trends and products which will excite everyone’s taste buds. The businesses on show range from wineries to gourmet food and kitchen/homewares companies. For those looking for...

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The Rubens to rock Canberra campus

The five-piece Aussie Band, The Rubens, are in Canberra next month to headline the UC’s inaugural O-Week concert ‘Tune In’, as well as bringing the festivities of O-Week to an end. After a successful last few years, it’s exciting to have the band back in the country’s capital. It’s expected there will be many students and fans eager to hear the hit song in 2015 ‘Hoops’, which hit number nine on the ARIA charts and was voted the number one song in Triple J’s Hottest 100 for 2015. The band will kick off in UC’s Refectory, a popular space...

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