Category Archives: Canberra

I’m aware that my blog posts may give the impression that I’m obsessed with Italian wines and Italian grape varieties in Australia.  That’s partly true, but I can assure you that we still drink plenty of the more traditional Aussie … Continue reading

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Italian red wines are a particular passion of mine, while I also enjoy exploring Australian versions of Italian immigrant grapes.  I’ve been drinking some nice sangioveses lately, from here and from their original home in Tuscany. Sangiovese is a wonderfully … Continue reading

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My family and I eat Kangaroo meat reasonably often.  It’s inexpensive, a great source of protien, and very low in fat.  Of particular note is that it is especially low in saturated fat, the unhealthy fat associated with cholesterol and heart … Continue reading

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