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Healthy Convenient Take Away Food Southern Cross Station Spencer St

Love food? Love to Cook? Hate Shopping? Discover Melbourne's gourmet dinner. Pick up from the fridge at Fresh Pantry Spencer St next door to Gloria Jeans Coffee. Quick Stir Fry, Chilli Con Carne, Harissa Chicken. All cooked in 10 or 15 min. VIEW THE MENU Fresh Pantry is located at 90 Spencer St, Melbourne 3000

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Fitness & Health - The Biggest Trend Right Now

Ever since Australia was declared "The Fattest Nation" in the world in 2008 there has been an increasing trend in health and fitness. We've seen Instagram personalities like Kayla Itsines go from a few hundred followers to millions with sponsors around the world vying for her as their own personal trainer. There are new diets popping up everyday claiming faster weight loss. More and more fad juice detoxes pop up every month in shiny new stores. All these things are great in making the public more aware of their health but the solution to a healthier life isn't always in the new fads.  It's great to become more health conscious but like every great thing moderation is the key! You...

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The History of Pasta

Fettuccine, Cannelloni, Macaroni; let's face it, the Italian's passion for pasta is romantic and today we enjoy simple fast recipe creations that are some of the most enjoyable to eat time and time again. Italy has 20 different regions.  Travel with pasta, Tuscany vs Sicily, here is some fun and slightly intellectual facts of the history of pasta. The modern word "macaroni" derives from the Sicilian term for kneading dough with energy. Pasta making in early times was often a labour intensive, all day process. It goes to show that even back then, without computers and the hustle and bustle of city living, thought was given to make processes more efficient. Tuscany   A dream to drink wine and eat...

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The Silk Road - Food Culture Travel Inspire

A trade route connecting the East to West, from China to the Mediterranean sea, the Silk Road was the backbone of trading, helping connect cultures and the world. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, trade on the Silk Road was a significant factor in the development of the civilizations of China, the Indian subcontinent, Persia, Europe, the Horn of Africa and Arabia, opening long-distance, political and economic relations between the civilizations. Though silk was certainly the major trade item from China, many other goods were traded, and religions, and various technologies, as well as diseases, also traveled along the Silk Routes. In addition to economic trade, the Silk Road served as a means of carrying out cultural trade among the...

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Australian Open

For busy Australian Open fans a night in with Kelly Cube is a great way to go! With deliveries from Brunswick to Brighton and over 450 meals to choose from your stay in Melbourne can be delicious everyday. You can't say no to a healthy five star meal ready in 15 minutes.

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