Author: Madeline

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The couch potato miracle diet

Posted by on Aug 4, 2015 in Retail, Takeaway

I’m lazy. It’s no secret. As I type this, I’m sitting on the couch eating cupcakes and watching House on Netflix. But just because I’ve become complacent with my laziness and have managed to quash my inner narrative telling me I should make the most of the winter sun outside, doesn’t mean I am willing …

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My Kind of Habitat

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Bars, Cafes, Restaurants

Whenever my dad tells me to pick a place to go for dinner, I immediately begin to prep my stomach. I deprive myself of particularly delicious or flavoursome foods for the entire day (no easy feat), pick out an outfit that is loose fitting or stretchy around the waist and clear my evening schedule to …

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There truly is a God. And he works as a chef at Jacu. There truly is a God. And he works as a chef at Jacu.

Celebratory Brunches at Jacu Espresso

Posted by on May 16, 2014 in Cafes, Restaurants

My mum lives out of town, so I was therefore left motherless for mother’s day. Motherless, I may have been, but brunchless, I was not. After all, isn’t mother’s day just a giant farce created for the purposes of celebratory brunching? Or is that just Sunday? I decided that on this particularly warm Sunday that …

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Time for a Beer-ducation

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in Bars, Events, Restaurants

It’s no understatement to say that craft beer is having its golden age. Craft beer bars and gastronomy pubs serving up indie brews are popping up all over Brisbane and with Brewsvegas kicking off yesterday, now is the perfect time to have a serious chat about craft beer. Brewsvegas is a week-long festival celebrating the …

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