Modern Farmer: Uber Tubers

Modern Farmer: Uber Tubers

Is it a bird? A plane? No, it's a potato! Or, about a billion of them. Welcome to the International Potato Center.
SBS Comment: A lot of Australians do care about asylum seekers

SBS Comment: A lot of Australians do care about asylum seekers

Many Australians are not "quietly accepting" of terrible asylum seeker events on Manus Island last week
Sprout Magazine: Award-winning raspberries

Sprout Magazine: Award-winning raspberries

My first article for the Sydney-based foodie publication, Sprout Magazine, on yummy fresh raspberries from Cuttaway Creek
SBS Online: Public servants are hard-working, iconic Australians too

SBS Online: Public servants are hard-working, iconic Australians too

Why do Australians care more about a dying car industry than the men and women whose work supports our country?
HerCanberra: 7 reasons to hop off a plane in Bangkok

HerCanberra: 7 reasons to hop off a plane in Bangkok

Bangkok: If you’ve never been or have only passed through the airport on your way to somewhere else, do consider staying a few days. Here are 7 reasons to get bopping through Bangkok...
When is junk food okay for kids?

When is junk food okay for kids?

Children consuming junk food isn't just something reserved for special occasions these days. Sadly, it seems more of an everyday occurrence.
Where's the compassion?

Where’s the compassion?

I was so sad this weekend to read about K Rudd’s PNG policy for asylum seekers. Sad and disappointed. It is audacious, bamboozling, outrageous policy. Enjoyed this post? Share the love
Made in Bangladesh

Made in Bangladesh

I own Big W's long-sleeved 'Emerson' tops in six different colours. I'm wearing one right now. They cost $4 each. Made in Bangladesh.
No place called home

No place called home

I quite like winter. It's lovely to snuggle down under a blanket, or sit in front of the heater, or drink 25 cups of hot tea a day. But it's not very lovely when you don't have any of these things.
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Canberra restaurant: Pulp Kitchen

Canberra restaurant: Pulp Kitchen

Dining out at a Canberra favourite, Pulp Kitchen in Ainslie.
Appetite for Excellence: Huon Aquaculture

Appetite for Excellence: Huon Aquaculture

Seal and salmon spotting at Huon Aquaculture one cold morning in Tasmania. Afterwards we ate the salmon. But not the seals. Nor did the seals eat the salmon.
Will write for truffles

Will write for truffles

We're going on a truffle hunt. We're going to find them, dig them up and eat them. Sounds good, eh?
Hello Tasmania

Hello Tasmania

I went, I saw, I ate, I wrote. I didn't get a whole lot of sleep. Photo post of my foodie famil to the lovely Tasmania.
A foodie adventure

A foodie adventure

A pretty awesome opportunity came my way and I grabbed it. Here's to a sense of adventure.
The end game

The end game

The biggest difficulty I find with being a freelance features writer is that effort and motivation in no way equal success.
Simple Love: Helping asylum seekers

Simple Love: Helping asylum seekers

Getting to Australia is only half the battle for asylum seekers. Life doesn't seem much easier once they do.
What's wrong with a bit of debt?

What’s wrong with a bit of debt?

Are we really in a 'debt crisis'? Maybe not. Why Australia is actually better off with a little bit of debt.
Canberra bar: Molly

Canberra bar: Molly

Stepping out for a well deserved night off and into the downtown 'speakeasy', Molly.
Entitled to a warm bed

Entitled to a warm bed

As winter temperatures start to drop here in Canberra, I'm reminded of the thousands of homeless people around the country, and how we can all help.
Canberra restaurant: Poacher's Pantry

Canberra restaurant: Poacher’s Pantry

A day out and lunchat a Canberra institution, the award-winning Poacher's Pantry.
Sprout Magazine: A new fruit on the block - the Achacha

Sprout Magazine: A new fruit on the block – the Achacha

It's tangy, tasty and travels well. It's the Achacha from deepest, darkest Bolivia.