Tuesday, June 12 2012
Resident Chef Julia Matthews outlines the top mistakes student chefs make and how to overcome them.
Tuesday, May 15 2012
Ladies and gentlemen, the time has come… IT’S EXAM TIME! Time to dust off your desk, top up the coffee pot and hunker down for a period of intense studying.
Wednesday, April 18 2012
Ever wanted to host a fancy dinner party but held back because you couldn’t afford the duck or you couldn’t master whipped cream? If you’ve just moved out, you should be showing off your new place to friends and family, not be locked up alone with a sad plate of mushy peas with an empty social calendar. Here are ten top tips for hosting a fancy feast whilst sticking to a budget:
Wednesday, April 18 2012
It’s twelve o’clock in the afternoon. You’ve just exited a lecture and you are in high spirits; your stomach has been growling for the past hour and you’re really looking forward to tucking into some lunch. Your mood is quickly dampened, however, when you remember your lunch is a peanut butter sandwich, which has been warmed in your bag and smushed to the point of no return.
Thursday, March 22 2012
With Easter fast approaching, I’m sure you’ll all thinking about one thing: the joy of waking up on Easter Sunday to a trail of chocolate eggs and freshly baked hot cross buns, then spending the day scoffing your face with delicious foil-wrapped goodness.
Sunday, February 26 2012
Sitting back to a fine home cooked meal as you study for the upcoming exams. Finally finishing that one chocolate bar you’ve been saving for that special occasion. The smell of a freshly baked loaf of bread as you wander past the local bakery in the morning. Food is one of the most basic joys of living… and it is under threat!
If you’re reading this, you’re probably a young person. Maybe you enjoy reading. If so, you are—whether you like it or not—part of the target demographic for ‘new adult fiction’, a genre invented to bridge the gap between young adult and general fiction.
When people put together their bucket list, going to court doesn’t usually make the cut. Much like prisons, brothels, and the Docklands, the courts are one of those places Melbournians have cruelly stigmatised.
YOU MUST TAKE THE URINE-STAINED STRETCH of sidewalk leading to the nearest station.
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