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EVENT | Diner En Blanc Sydney 2015

Sep 30, 2015


















Photos by Natalie Hayllar for Eat Read Love

Diner En Blanc Sydney was an incredible event in Centennial Park 2014, a sea of people dressed in white, attending Sydney's largest luxury 'picnic'. The 2015 Diner En Blanc is returning to Sydney again (secret location to be revealed) on November 28 this year. Ticket registrations will begin very shortly, so be sure to register to go into the ballot. Good luck and hope to see you there again this year! http://sydney.dinerenblanc.info





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EVENT | Better Homes and Gardens Live 2015 Launches


By Hannah Mars

Better Homes and Gardens Live Launches in Sydney
Iconic Australian brand Better Homes and Gardens are preparing once again to showcase the talent and content from their magazine and TV show in a live event across Sydney and for the first time, Perth. The interactive event features live talks from your favourite hosts, cooking, gardening, craft and building, offering inspiration and education.

Foodies should head to the Better Homes and Gardens Live Food Stage with demonstrations by Fast Ed, Karen Martini and Ellie Vernon, while those with a flair for interior design can watch styling tips from Tara Dennis, Demi Harman, Julia Matthews and Dora Papas at the Decorating & Craft Stage. At the Gardening Stage, Jason Hodges will answer all your landscaping questions while House Rules winner and carpenter Adam Dovile presents at the DIY & Building Stage. Lastly, animal lovers can head to see Dr. Harry at the Pets Stage. Brand new to this year’s event is the Better You section, with everything health, beauty and wellness related.

Better Homes and Gardens Live was launched at The Greens in North Sydney with an appropriately abundant, garden-party theme. Guests were treated to share plates of haloumi, heirloom tomatoes, salads and lamb shoulder and for dessert, a selection featuring oreo brownies and mason jars of carrot mousse with cream cheese frosting.

Better Homes and Gardens Live event starts in Perth from October 23-25 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. In Sydney, the doors are open from November 13-15 at Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park.







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One Fine Day Wedding Fair, Sydney

Sep 28, 2015

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Photos via Marie of Girl in the White Dress

One Fine Day wedding fairs are all about finding all the wedding inspiration you need, all under one roof. This year’s Sydney event took place at The Australian Technology Park, where stylists, florists, fashion designers and more showcased their work in a beautifully styled fashion.

Each stall is curated to represent the look and feel of each business. There are customizable cake toppers, creative wedding videographers, flower walls, artsy invitation cards and obviously, wedding cake stands – free samples of red velvet never go astray.

Bridal fashion shows also take place at intervals throughout the day, showcasing a diverse array of wedding dress styles as well as some adorable flower girl outfits. Along with dresses and lingerie, bridal jewellery from the likes of Australian designer Samantha Wills is also on display for purchase and pre-order.


One Fine Day is an ideal event for any stage of the wedding organisation process. Whether you’re a newly engaged couple looking for initial ideas or a soon-to-be bride seeking out final touches, the fair is a treasure trove of inspiration. 

One Fine Day is like your wedding Pinterest board come to life. A delicious array of vendors and inspiration to help you create your very own dream wedding!

For the full event recap and details about the next fair, visit One Fine Day


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EAT || Urban Oz Harvest - The Cookbook

By Hannah Mars

Australia’s leading food rescue operation Oz Harvest has been helping to feed hungry mouths for over 10 years. Each week, they take on the monumental task of collecting over 56 tonnes of excess food from restaurants, cafes, hotels, retailers and food outlets and delivering it to over 600 charities throughout Australia. Since 2004, they have delivered over 30 million meals and have saved over 10,000 tonnes of food from ending up as landfill.

Their latest cookbook, Urban Oz Harvest, features 100 food-rescue focused recipes from 50 of Australia’s top chefs. These include roast chicken from Matt Moran, risotto from Guillaume Brahimi and kale tart from Maggie Beer. The aim is to inspire every day cooks with meals that can be easily created at home. Recipes are broken into chapters including ‘beginning,’ with share-friendly starters and small plates, ‘middle,’ ‘burgers,’ (with the best burger recipes from the CEO cook-off), ‘gather,’ for celebratory lunches with friends, and end, with desserts including 3-ingredient nutella brownies.

Aside from recipes, the book includes chapters on how to grow your own produce and create and urban garden, and also facts about food wastage and tips about how to save food. Profits from every copy sold allow Oz Harvest to rescue and deliver over 100 meals to those in need, so it’s definitely a worthy purchase beyond the delicious recipes.






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