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Black coffee may not be to everyone’s taste – some prefer a sweetener or a splash of milk. But thanks to Tom Daley we can now spill the beans – “the healthiest, easiest and the most available – and the cheapest – is regular black coffee.” The Olympic diver divulged his secrets on well-being in …

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Tired of the same old choices for New Year’s Eve? Well now the Brisbane LGBT community has classy and up-market new option for seeing in the new year! Portside’s stylish Moda Events will be camper and more fabulous than ever this New Year’s Eve with its Cruise Carnivale themed New year’s bash hosted by local …

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I’m always amazed by the number of healthy people who take vitamins or special “superfood” supplements, in some cases spending more than $100 a month in the interests of maintaining their health.  The truth is that they are for the most part wasting their money, and they have been duped by the industry to believe …

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There’s a consistent, palpable scent of sizzling grilled sausages and handmade pizzas baking in the woodfire oven wafting out of this little eatery tucked in the middle of an unassuming block of shop lots. Paninni is no run-of-the-mill takeaway joint, as its larger-than-life Sarajevo-born proprietor will proudly tell you so. Service can be a tad …

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This is a great winter dessert that falls under the category of comfort food. It is a traditional Australian sweet that was born during the depression of World War II. Now is back in vogue and is being served in the best cafes (with a few modern adjustments). This is my delicious and almost healthy(ish) …

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This is a great winter dessert that falls under the category of comfort food. It is a traditional Australian sweet that was born during the depression of World War II. Now is back in vogue and is being served in the best cafes (with a few modern adjustments). This is my delicious and almost healthy(ish) …

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FIRST… 1. You will need some big glass jars with a sealable lid, either rust free screw-top or rubber seal. 2. Sterilize the jars and lids by submerging them in boiling hot water in a clean sink. Leave them to soak for 5 or 10 minutes. If using recycled jars, this is also an easy …

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If you happen to be one of the tens of thousands of city commuters going back and forth Central station daily, you might have noticed a little  takeaway/micro-cafe on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Streets called Nigi Nigi. A standout among the CBD’s sushi shops, they offer quality fast food that’s fantastic value for …

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This is one of my most treasured recipes because of its popularity among the local house wives in our street, in the 1980’s.I originally was given this recipe by my mother, who got it from my aunty, or perhaps it came from Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Rimmer, Mrs. Sutton and Mrs. Welsh who regularly swapped recipes …

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This extravagant ‘sometimes’ food is less than healthy but is perfect for any celebration. You will need a 23cm pan with a spring loaded collar. INGREDIENTS Baking paper Canola spray 2 ½ cups Self Raising flour ½ tsp salt 2 Tbs cocoa (100% pure) ½ cup unsalted butter (soft) 1 ½ cup sugar (low GI) …

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