Getting Our BBQ Swag On!

On the weekend we could not resist an invitation to attend the inaugural BBQ & Beer Roadshow held at Doomben Racecourse!   Who doesn’t love a good BBQ, coupled with some seriously good local and international brews, a great line-up of music […]

Zambrero’s Mexican Affair

SheBrisbane was invited to an exclusive media tasting event celebrating the flavours of Zambrero’s 2017 menu. Zambrero is also a humanitarian enterprise committed to tackling world hunger through its Plate 4 Plate initiative.  The 8 course tasting included a ​fresh and flavoursome selection of mexican cuisine​ paired […]

SheBrisbane’s International Women’s Day Lunch

SheBrisbane invites you to its first International Women’s Day Lunch to celebrate Brisbane and the world’s women. The lunch includes an entree’ and main course as well as a beverage on arrival. Shortly we will announce our guests panelists who will be interviewed […]

La, La, Lutece

My love affair with all things French continues after enjoying the Perigord Black Truffle and Bordeaux Wne Dinner at one of my favourite French restaurants- Lutece. Lutece opened in Bardon in July 2013 and has quickly become a firm favourite amongst Brisbane […]

Have I Finally Found Legit Healthy Pasta?

I wish I was one of those people whose favourite food is kale, but no matter how much I learn about nutrition I struggle to pass up on a piece of deep-fried chicken. Pasta is another favourite, especially when it’s smothered in […]

Frosé All New Years Day!

Forget New Years Eve, set yourself up for New Years Day and bring in 2017 with a Frosé!  The She Brisbane girls got together with the team from Brisbane Drinks and have fine tuned the recipe for your recovery and awakening into […]

More Manu Please!

Manu Fieldel is the charming French chef best known for the hit TV series ‘My Kitchen Rules’, which just happens to be my very favourite show. Now in its eighth season it will be gracing our screens again with more good and some not so […]

The Good Food & Wine Show

The Good Food & Wine Show at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre beckoned us again this year. It’s  always such a fun day with friends discovering new ideas, products, tips and hints to inspire your next foodie adventure. The program was packed […]

Five Steps to Ensure the Perfect High Tea

Five Steps to Ensure the Perfect High Tea There’s something enchanting about the sound of a high tea room. It’s in the tinkling of teacups, the chime of silverware on butter dishes and the sweet tones of ladies chatting without the interruption of […]

Carolina Kitchen = Happy BBQ Zombies

In a recent post I spoke about baking a housewarming present for a party hostess I didn’t know very well. We were merely acquaintances, but when I discovered the catering chosen for the party I knew that this was a woman I […]

Our changing view on food – a book review

Book: The Eat Real Food Cookbook Author: David Gillespie / Reviewer: Greg Cary About the book: (Pan Macmillan, 2016) For nearly ten years, David Gillespie has warned us of the dangers of sugar, and Australia has listened. More recently he has alerted […]

Belly Bliss at Blackbird

I was recently asked to choose a restaurant for a dinner catch up with friends who were stopping by BrisVegas on their honeymoon tour. I asked what their budget was, and when they said they just wanted a good meal, I gleefully […]

My invitations have changed: now I bring cookies

Now that I’m in my thirties, I qualify for invitations to legitimate adult parties. Instead of pre-drinking, I now attend housewarming parties. Rather than Sunday sessions, I am invited to baby gender revealing celebrations. My Saturday afternoons are often taken up with […]

Heard of Teff? Is this the new superfood?

It’s the tiny grain that’s gone under the radar. Super-foods quinoa and chia normally steal the show, however Teff is hitting mainstream healthfood status. Now available at major supermarkets there’s no excuse for the time-poor who can’t make it to the boutique […]

Mavis’s Kitchen – three thumbs up!

After a long sweaty climb to the summit of Mt Warning, I needed a snack. The winding Murwillumbah Road that leads to the national park is rather lacking in convenience stores, and my climbing buddy and I were lured in to Mavis’s […]

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