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  1. Mental note to ones self, put opened cereal in fridge!:idea:
  2. Harpodom

    Gok Wan eat yer heart out!

    me: real age 40 mental age 13 facial appearance 14 coronary arteries 65 rest of body 70 average/actual age= 40.4 you?
  3. Is that the saying???? Anyway, recently some relatives emigrated to OZ and they are now feeling low because they feel they have been forgotten about by Friends over here (UK). My questions is...should we expect to tell people we are leaving them, moving over the other side of the world, but still expect them to be there for us? When we leave/have left there will be a huge hole in their lives, and while the person moving is going to please themselves and their family, the people left behind will be greiving for the person gone....so is it fair to expect contact etc, when they may just be trying to get on with THEIR lives??? I dont' know how i will feel, i know now i think that if they have decided to make the move they can't expect friends to always be their at the drop of a hat, when in effect the people who have moved will be making new friends. But in the same respect, i don't know if i would feel like this when i move. I dunno... Opinion's below:
  4. Hi peeps we are going into Melbourne and looking for somewhere to eat for my wifes birthday anybody got any good reccomendations for places to eat.Dont want anywhere to upmarket as we will have kids with us but any suggestions most welcome.
  5. The Pom Queen

    Dogs Eat Owner

    I'm sorry but I see this as karma:yes: SEVEN dogs are believed to have eaten their owner after he left them starving without food for two weeks, The Jakarta Post said today. Andre Lumboga's mutilated body was found with his head cut from his body Monday inside his home at Greenland, Batam Center, in the Riau Islands, a province of Indonesia. Seven dogs belonging to Lumboga attacked their master apparently as a result of being famished, police chief Eriyana, who uses one name, said. "The victim was believed to have had nine dogs as pets. He went to Manado [North Sulawesi] during the Eid al Fitr holidays, leaving the dogs for 14 days without any food," the newspaper quoted him saying. Two of the dogs were eaten by the others, Eriyana said. The seven surviving dogs also lashed out at police when they tried to enter the house. "We had to paralyze them," Eriyana added.
  6. The Pom Queen

    Time to Eat Your Dog..

    ... not literally. As anyone read the book? It is all about Environmental Impact and they say a medium-sized dog has the same impact as a Toyota Land Cruiser driven 6,000 miles a year, while a cat is equivalent to a Volkswagen Golf. But rabbits and chickens are eco-friendly because they provide meat for their owners while a canary or a goldfish has little effect on the environment. At the same time a pair of hamsters do the same damage as running a plasma television.
  7. Hi there, I have some vegetarian friends coming over and need to find a great place to take them to eat!!! Great views would also be good if possible :embarrassed: We are meeting on a SATURDAY AFTERNOON so any recommendations would be most gratefully received. I was thinking of Barmah?? The Red Tractor on Moorooduc Hwy but not sure if they are open. We have no internet at the moment so will be back in a couple of days Thankyou x x x
  8. Guest

    which beans do you eat

    im a hienz person meself--its a bit more money but its a taste thing i feel--do the cheaper brands of beans feel the same:wideeyed:they sell hienz baked beans in aus but they dont taste the same--also the chocolate in aus tastes different--ive been told they put stuff in it to stop it melting in the heat is this true,and thats why it tastes different:wubclub:
  9. Hello, I am a kiwi and grew up in Auckland, New Zealand and thus I know what 4 seasons in one day really means. My English husband and I are now thinking of a move to somewhere much warmer than London and Auckland so that our young kids can play outside for most of the year and that we can eat in the garden for the majority of the summer months. Is the weather in Melbourne really conducive to this sort of lifestyle?
  10. I don't know if it is just me but ever since we started with Australia all I can think about is Oz:confused: It is driving my o/h insane! Is anyone the same or I am just a really sad individual! Emma
  11. These are pretty amazing - even more so when you realise they are made from marzipan by a sculptor called Camille Allen Daniel p.s. I knew the title would make you look!!
  12. The Pom Queen

    Places to Eat in Melbourne

    I know we had a thread of great restaurants and takeaways in Perth, but I thought I would start one here, so if anyone has any recommendations please let us know. I will start: It was a friends Birthday on Wednesday so we went out to Windows on The Bay in Mordialloc. Windows on the Bay Restaurant Mordialloc Melbourne Vic the food was delicious and I would go back again in a flash. Another one of our favourites is the Afghan restaurant in Dandenong, Pamir Afghan Pamir Restaurant we have been going here for years.
  13. Guest

    Brisbane places to eat

    Best places to eat in Brissie suburbs and city..........................
  14. ali

    Good Places to Eat

    Thought it would be good for people to give their reccomendations of places to eat. Good: The ones worth mentioning Roxby (O'connor)- Thai and western food - good food and service (cash or credit card only) Roxby Home Nicholsons Bar and Grill - excellent food, large portions (cash or credit card only) Nicholson's Bar & Grill ► Restaurant Perth, Functions Perth, Restaurants Perth, Function Room Perth Burrendah Tavern - Willetton, Good food The Burrendah: Home page Joes Fish Shack - Fremantle Joe's Fish Shack OK Outback Jacks - Fremantle - the food was actually good but the service was so poor, our meals arriving at different times, that we probably wouldn't go again Outback Jacks Bar & Grill So come on you perthies .... add some places to eat
  15. Guest

    Eat Skippy to save the planet

    Eat kangaroo to 'save the planet' Kangaroos could be good for the environment Switching from beef to kangaroo burgers could significantly help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, says an Australian scientist. The methane gas produced by sheep and cows through belching and flatulence is more potent than carbon dioxide in the damage it can cause to the environment. But kangaroos produce virtually no methane because their digestive systems are different. Dr George Wilson, of the Australian Wildlife Services, urges farming them. He says they have a different set of micro-organisms in their guts to cows and sheep. Sheep and cattle account for 11% of Australia's carbon footprint and over the years, there have been various proposals to deal with the problem. Now Dr Wilson believes kangaroos might hold the answer. He said: "It tastes excellent, not unlike venison - only a different flavour." The country already produces 30 million kangaroos farmed by landholders in the outback. But Dr Wilson is keen to see that population dramatically increased to produce the same amount of kangaroo meat as that currently produced by conventional livestock.
  16. Hi All, Found a few recipes using kangroos tonight - but im not sure i could really eat skippy (or his mates) kangaroo tail soup, kangaroo fillet & mesclun salad stack & kanagroo burgers just to name a few Kangaroo meat is used by some of the worlds best restaurants because of its high quality and unique flavour, also because it's very low in fat and therefore very good for you. Kangaroo has a rich appealing flavour that combines well with many other foods. could you do it ? has anybody tried it ??? :wideeyed: stuju