Tag: vegan

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2018 – All American Vegan Dinner

Vegetarians and vegans can often be forgotten during food festival events, but the team at The Creators Lounge put them at the forefront during their recent All American Vegan Dinner at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Recreating the American…

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2018 – Dusk Till Dawn

‘Moonshine’ was originally a slang term for high-proof distilled spirits usually produced illicitly, but Melbourne Moonshine have brought credibility to the drink at their boutique operation in Port Melbourne. Together with Shannon Martinez from Smith + Daughters and Mike Patrick…

Best of December: Where to Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

Melbourne! Tis’ the season of holiday parties, Christmas shopping, and drunk uncles. With a range of markets, parties, and plays, you’ll definitely find something to do this December. Check out out guide for the top ten events around you this…

Overlook Café-Bar at the Astor Theatre

The Astor is making a mark on the local art deco bar-cafe scene with the launch of the Overlook café-bar. If the name does not send shivers down your spine then you’ve probably never had the pleasure of watching the…

Fitness Show Melbourne

For health and fitness nuts (which I must confess to being a good 80% of the time) the Fitness Show Melbourne was a little like Mecca. From sessions on nutrition and clean eating by the likes of Lola Berry and…

The Alley – Melbourne’s New Vegan Eatery

I live with two vegan chefs and know just how delicious vegan food is. While Melbourne is a hotbed of delicious vegetarian goodness, vegan restaurants can be much harder to find. As such, I gladly accepted The Plus Ones’ invite for…

Vegie Head vegan cooking classes

Many people are curious about a plant-based diet but just don’t know where to start when it comes to the cooking part. This is where Vegie Head’s workshops come in. Run by Adele McConnell, founder of Vegie Head, the workshop is held at the…

Spring Vegan Feast at Rumi

Frequently experience food FOMO? Rumi has the answer. Their seasonal feasts are the perfect way to become acquainted (or reacquainted) with the restaurant’s Middle Eastern menu. The Spring Vegan feast was advertised as a five course meal. In reality, those…

Life-Changing Food: The New Cookbook from Quirky Cooking

Quirky Cooking’s Jo Whitton and The Food Blog’s Fouad Kassab have combined forces to co-write a new cookbook. ‘Life Changing Food’ features gluten free, paleo friendly recipes with nourishing wholefoods at the centre. Both Jo and Fouad have their own…