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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Grab Your Diary, 28 July - 22 August

SATURDAY 30 JULY 2005
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

SUNDAY 31 JULY 2005
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!

WEDNESDAY 10 AUGUST 2005
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.

MONDAY 22 AUGUST 2005
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.

AUSSIE FOODIE TV VIEWING
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 pm


4 Comments:

  • At 7/28/2005 6:28 pm, 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 pm, 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 pm, 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 pm, 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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