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  Link   Mum's Business
Mumís Business is an online community for mums, proudly supported by ebay.com.au. Itís a place where you can connect with other mums, share stories, trade tips and ideas. Mumís Business is also full of clever ways to make and save money, helping you discover interesting ways to finance the fun things in life.
  Link   Gluten Free Goddess
Each week I share my latest gluten-free recipes, focusing on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Living gluten-free has inspired me to get creative in the kitchen. I hope my recipes inspire you to make your day delicious.
  Link   Cooking from the Heart
I like to think of cooking as a form of time-travel where every recipe is like a snapshot of some part of our life. Just like a photo, a recipe brings memories of people, places and seasons. Who doesnít love flicking through an old photo album? Itís a sweet little journey back in time. And so is cooking. I smell roast pork and I am transported back to our family kitchen on a Sunday when mum, while carving, would always give herself an extra piece of crackle because it was Ďthe cookís treatí and I would eye it off enviously. And just looking at a row of green tomatoes on a windowsill always has me thinking of holidays at Nanís house.
  Link   Foodwatch Product Reviews
Foodwatch is a blend of art and science - the art of cooking quick healthy meals plus the science of food and food theories. I've worked in nutrition for 25 years - in a hospital, a clinic, a research centre as well as for food companies, government departments and magazines
  Link   The Food Book
The Food Book is more than just a book! It is a complete food and cookery package for Australian secondary school students and includes a website and video gallery. Here is an exclusive sneak peek of the first few minutes of the vegetable stir-fry video. Chef Glenn Flood demonstrates not only the recipe, but stops along the way to highlight key skills.
  Link   Victorian Food Trail
Keep up to date with what's in season & what's at the markets. Find comments, recipes & reviews
  Link   Bake Bike Blog
I'm a 29 year old Aussie girl who loves all things cooking, baking, fitness and photos. By day, I work in an office, but by night I love to spend time in the kitchen cooking delicious bites to share with my husband, family and friends. I started this blog as a way to share my adventures in the kitchen, in fitness and in life.
  Link   Wayfaring Chocolate
I am a 23-year-old recent graduate, born and bred in Canberra, embarking on a period of travel in an attempt to discover what the world feels like without deadlines for essays or theses looming overhead. Having caught the travel bug early on in life, I have so far visited Mauritius, Japan, and the United States, and have each time returned home already planning the next adventure.
  Link   Hungry and Frozen
It was in 2007 when I started this blog as a typically freezing uni student. I still live with my Tim and another brilliant flatmate in Wellington, New Zealand. I cook, I bake, I write about it - it's hardly a novel concept but I like what I do. Hopefully there's something here to engage you
  Link   Spoon, Fork & Chopsticks
mademoiselle dťlicieuse Sydney, Australia I eat, I live, I cook; and I love them all. Eating, for me, is not only for sustenance, but also for pleasure and satisfaction. Whether it be a humble piece of toast or a Michelin-starred indulgence, a meal should fill whatever cravings or expectations we have. Here, I invite you to share in my food adventures...
  Link   Chef Valvasori
Head Chef- Balzari Restaurant-La cucina Friulana Melbourne, Australia. A chef with great ideas, insight and opinions.
  Link   Australias Top 50 Food Blogs
I started this list back in February 2009 with the hope of adding more meaning and recognition behind publishing a top Australian food blog. Many are unaware of the number of hours that goes into producing one blog post, let alone maintaining the interest of readers over several years. The system I've used looks at more than just audience numbers ....
  Link   High Tea Society
The High Tea Society website features reviews on high tea venues, news and competitions. Created because we love going for high tea, we aim to find high tea and special afternoon tea venues in Australia for our directory. From girly get togethers, family gatherings, hens parties, birthdays and wedding showers, the traditional High Tea is growing in popularity.
  Link   Nourished Kitchen
Learn to cook real food with online cooking classes. I love to hear from readers and people who are interested in sustainable agriculture and nourishing, whole foods. You can contact me (Jenny) via this blog if you have questions, comments or suggestions. Please be aware that while I strive to answer every question and respond to every comment, I cannot always do so. Please be aware that due to the volume of email I receive, and the fact that I work full-time, run a farmers market and am mothering a 4-year-old it may take up to one week to receive a response.
  Link   Breaking Bread
Three boys, husband and a love of food inspire this blog. Two here are Celiac and two are...allergic to gluten free as they say. Each week we break bread with friends, sharing our love of food, creative iron chef style, baking, and most of all friendship. This blog shares ideas, recipes, tips on enjoying food and dining and eating gluten-free.
  Link   Cookware & Kitchenware
About KitchenwareDirect Kitchenware Direct is a family owned business Ė we have been retailing kitchenware since 1992. We are now Australiaís premier online kitchenware store and one of the largest specialty retailers of cookware and kitchenware in Australia. We stock quality brands such as Scanpan, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Bamix, Magimix, Global and much more.
  Link   Real Food Media
Real Food Media is a blog network focused on whole, natural, nutrient-dense food. We publish stories about food and cooking, food politics, farming and producing food, health and nutrition, and green living.
  Link   Abstract Gourmet
Abstract Gourmet is my view of the world as seen through a greasy window. I cook, I eat out, I take photos, I complain about things that most people probably donít care about, and then I try and pull together some words that sound vaguely coherent at the end of it all. It currently consists of recipes that Iíve pulled together, restaurant reviews for local places that may be useful to the general food loving community of Perth, and the odd dramatic reenactment of events that happen in my life.
  Link   Study Abroad Programs London
Study internationally without having to learn another language through the study abroad program in London, England from GSE.
  Link   Not Quite Nigella
Not Quite Nigella is Lorraine Elliott, a cake and food enthusiast who believes that cakes belong in an art gallery. Born and raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, she lived on the Lower North Shore for 8 years and has now returned to the Eastern Suburbs where she lives with her food-apathetic husband who takes most of the restaurant photos for her blog whilst she takes all the still photos of the food that she cooks.
  Link   I am Obsessed with Food
I love food. I love cooking too, baking is a favourite. Chocolate? Well thatís an obsession. Dining out at posh restaurants? Tick! Cafes? Yum! Stumbling across hidden deliís or finding a new exotic ingredient to play with? Absolutely. ------ Enjoy delectable photos & read about restaurants, chefs, cooking classes & ingredients.
  Link   SEASON - the best of East Anglia's local food and good living
season is devoted to food lovers and the wonderful ingredients and cooking Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk has to offer.
  Link   Harris Farm - Dave's Blog
On a regular basis, weíll bring you suggestions on the best produce to buy, advise you of the many innovations in fruit and vegetables, recommend quick and easy ways to prepare fruit and vegetables and offer nutritional information and hints on storage of our fresh produce.
  Link   101 Cookbooks
Hi there, my name is Heidi Swanson. 101 Cookbooks is my recipe journal. It's where I write about the recipes that intersect my life, travels, and everyday interests. Often the recipes are from my cookbook collection, sometimes not - they might come from a friend, or I might write about a recipe I created myself. I focus primarily on natural, whole foods and ingredients - vegetarian recipes that are good for you and for the planet. Welcome!
  Link   A Goddess in the Kitchen
44 year old mother of 2 and step mother of 3. Wife and life partner to Furry. Wild, untameable hair, purple glasses and an irreverent sense of humour. Everything else is subject to change without notice. Owner of a "renovator's delight" sea-side cottage called "Chez Fur du Mer" but our main place of residence is The House of Fur and Purple Lerve....
  Link   Gel's Kitchen Blog
recipes, comments, stories, cookbooks, links .... Gelís Kitchen Blog is like that little cornershop that every suburb has that is supposed to have knick-knacks and goodies and is always open so you can go in and chat up the nice lady behind the corner or buy yourself a cold, icy treat or just hang out with your mates or by yourself thinking about what you want to cook for dinner and where your next brilliant photograph will be shot. It is my cornershop, a little by product of Gelís Kitchen. It is a place for my food musings and culinary experiments, a stage for the photographs I love to shoot.
  Link   Jenius - Top 50 Food Blogs
JENIUS is written by Jennifer Lam; most people know her as Jen. She is an Australian-born Chinese who calls Sydney's Inner West home. She loves to eat and according to her parents, even at a young age, she ate endlessly -always asking if there was anything else yummy. Jennifer started this blog in 2006 with the hope of creating an efficient means of sharing her food photos and dining experiences. It begun as a collation of notes and photographs she had shared with close friends and family on Windows Live spaces, Facebook, email and instant messenger. But slowly, a growing passion for photography and writing evolved and JENIUS was transformed into something more than just a documentation. JENIUS covers Jennifer's discovery of herself, her culinary travels, different cultures and cuisines and her occassional stumbles into movie premieres and exclusive launch parties.
  Link   Limes & Lycopene
Iím a nutritionist and herbalist. I work in private practice in Sydney, Australia plus I also write and teach. Limes & Lycopene is all about food and health. While thereís a glut of information available on these subjects, much of itís confusing, misleading and contradictory. This site is dedicated to cutting through the rubbish, misinformation and downright silliness about health, diet and food.
  Link   Pikelet & Pie
In another life I trained as a chef, and along with all the new skills I learned, I also discovered how to hate cooking. After I quit the joy and wonder that I had previously felt with food came back, gradually, but as a time (and money) poor student the food I cooked generally was not that interesting. Suddenly I am working full time, which, strangely, means that I have more time than ever before to spend cooking, eating, photographing and enjoying food.