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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Grab Your Diary, 28 July - 22 August

Organic Expo 2005
Browse and sample organic food and wine at the first ever Organic Expo in Sydney. Free seminar presenters include Kylie Kwong and Stephanie Alexander.
Where: Bayside Banquet Hall, Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
Tickets: $10 (Students $8, kids under 14 years are free)

Orange Grove Markets
Orange Grove Public School, Perry Street, Leichhardt
8am-1pm, every Saturday

Organic Expo 2005 final day

Is My Blog Burning #17: Taste Tea
Go potty with your tea-themed dish or drink creation and get those entries to Clement from a la cuisine.

FRIDAY 5 AUGUST 2005 Late addition!
Omnivoribus Australis July
All Australian foodbloggers are invited to submit their favourite July post to Saffron at The Food Palate.

SUNDAY 7 AUGUST 2005 Late late addition!
End of Month Eggs on Toast Extravaganza #9: Prisoner of Fryingpan
Jeanne from CookSister has set Harry Potter as the latest (optional) theme. Crack open a butter beer and get cracking... eggshells!

Wine Blogging Wednesday #12: Drink Local. Real Local
For the one-year anniversary of this event, Lenn has only one rule - to drink a wine from the closest vineyard to your present abode.

FRIDAY 12 AUGUST 2005 Late addition!
Sugar High Friday #11: Coffee
In a yin yang balance to the latest IMBB theme of tea, the next SHF key ingredient is coffee! To make things extra interesting, there's a ban on tiramisu so get jittering and send those caffeinated sweets to Ronald at lovesicily.

Dine & Dish #4: Be Rachael Ray for a Day
Who is Rachael Ray? --No idea, fellow Antipodeans, but the challenge is simple. Showcase the cuisine your city has to offer on a budget of US$40 for the day. That's AU$53.05 people. How much value can you get out of your dollar? Get your entries to Sam from Becks & Posh.

FRI 29 AUG 7.30pm-8.00pm SBS - Simply Ming
SAT 30 AUG 8.30pm-9.15pm SBS - Iron Chef
SUN 31 AUG 7.00pm-7.30pm NINE - You Are What You Eat
WED 03 AUG 6.30pm-7.00pm ABC - Beat the Chef
WED 03 AUG 7.30pm-8.00pm SBS - Heat in the Kitchen (RECOMMENDED)

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posted by Helen (AugustusGloop) on 7/28/2005 05:30:00 p.m.


  • At 7/28/2005 6:28 p.m., Blogger deborah said…

    I love these weekly updates. At least I know what is happening in Foodie Land, even if I dont visit or participate in anything.

    Dont forget Omnivoribus Australis - August 5th deadline for submissions

  • At 7/28/2005 11:05 p.m., Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Saffron - I'm not sure if I'll head to the Organic Expo or not but I was intrigued to find out about it (I love Good Living!).

    Thanks (again) for the reminder about Omnivoribus Australis. I've amended the post. Deja vu! =)

  • At 8/01/2005 2:20 p.m., Blogger deborah said…

    Thanks for updating! Look forward to seeing your post.

    Oh, and did you watch Simplu Ming. I caught it on Friday night while channel surfing - and would you believe his dishes were all tea based!

  • At 8/01/2005 7:27 p.m., Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Saffron - Alas I missed it. But I did know his recipes were tea-based. I meant to amend the post, but didn't get around to it =(

    The latest IMBB has definitely revealed some great recipes and inspirations!


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