Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tasting Tinola Soup in South Australia

I have spent the past three years in the Philippines exploring the history and flavours of Filipino cuisine, so I was delighted to discover a Filipino restaurant in my own home town of Adelaide, in South Australia. Map book in … Continue reading

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Heavenly Peace

I first met Kelly in Kuala Lumpur over fifteen years ago. Today, we are a far cry from that modern, bustling Asian city with its Twin Towers, multi-cultural population, concrete overpasses, lush tropical gardens and heavy, humid climate. Kelly and … Continue reading

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Stephanie’s Space @ Atelier 317

I first introduced Atelier 317 back in March. Since then, this quirky little restuarant in the back streets of Barangay Poblacion has gone from strength to strength. Owner, Stephanie Zubiri-Crespi, designed the restaurant herself, and it feels like a small … Continue reading

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Fine Dining at Fino

A long, dark  drive through Friday night traffic on a mid-winter evening found us forty minutes from the Adelaide CBD in the small Fleurieu Peninsula town of Willunga, renowned for its weekend farmer’s market, and home to a diminutive, unassuming, … Continue reading

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Woodside Wine & Food

I have always loved the melodic sound of the Onkaparinga Valley Road and its string of small country towns with their syllabic names: Verdun and Balhannah; Oakbank and Woodside. These pearls shimmer amongst the hills and huge gum trees, especially … Continue reading

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For Dignity and Humanity

‘Midwifery services are [vital] to a healthy and safe pregnancy and childbirth. Worldwide, approximately 287 000 women die every year due to pregnancy and childbirth related complications. Most of these largely preventable deaths occur in low-income countries and in poor … Continue reading

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