Our PAFU store at Southern Cross Station will start baking @hokkaidoau original cheese tarts from next MONDAY (Aug. 20) for a fun collab. 🧀
From Aug. 20 to Aug. 24, we’ll be doing an awesome promotion to celebrate! 🎉
Simply purchase 1 box of PAFU & get 1 🆓 cheese tart OR purchase 1 box of @hokkaidoau & get 1 🆓 PAFU!!! 😱
T&C’s apply (see comments below).
This week we're feeling especially eco-friendly, so we're giving away some of our delightful coconut bowls (recycled coconut shells which have been crafted into all natural, beautiful bowls by @coconutbowls ). If you'd like one, all you have to do is 1. add a coconut bowl to your cart (on juicedlife.com.au), 2. add a cleanse valued over $100 to your cart and 3. enter the promo code JLCOCO at the checkout. We're limiting this exclusive offer to the first 50 customers, so act now to make sure you're not disappointed! Limited to one per order 😊 and please note that your bowl may be posted separately from your order! #juicedlife#livingthejuicedlife#coconutbowls
「ＫＯＧＡＳＨＩ ＳＨＯＹＵ」✨Out of the two charred ramen bases you can choose from, miso and shoyu, this is definitely my favourite! It is lighter of the two but still is so delicious with added depth of flavour with the charring - would recommend this ramen any day 🍜🍥🍖
Weekends call for a special treat! Take your kids to The Middle Feast every weekend for lunch so they can enjoy a free meal on us!
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Plastics - unhealthy for the planet and the people... especially our little ones
.There is an increasing awareness around how our daily decisions contribute to the health (or unhealth) of the planet, and how detrimental the use of single use plastics is. I am totally on board, the planet is in crisis, but what about the impacts of plastics on our health and the health of our children? Yes, there are alot of BPA free options available now but what about the plastics and materials that are used in their place? How safe are they really? Are there healthier options available? What about all the products still out there with BPA?
If you’ve had issues with gut health, you may have started looking at reducing your exposure to toxins – in the environment, the home, in food? When we were on a (professionally prescribed) protocol to help Kaspers body heal from eczema, reducing exposure to toxins was important and that included reducing plastic use/exposure. It can seem like such a big undertaking but when you break it down and tackle it one step at a time, it becomes a lot easier to get your head around. The more I learnt, the more inspired I was to make positive changes for the health of our whole family. .
So I thought I’d share some of the clean-living initiatives we’ve implemented as a family along with my learnings from some of the experts who have helped us along the way – are you interested in hearing more?
Ps Felix insists on wearing his lightning shorts so he can run faster ⚡️ (Did you even notice the plastic bottle in the gutter? 😬)
#fcba#repost--- from @kerabeareats 🍴🍴🍴 Thanks for tagging! ---------------------------------------------------- When your next favourite brunch place also serves KFC — KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN!!
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It seriously is the most unexpected surprise!! Thank you @vecinosyd for the amazing brunch, lunch, and crazy cocktails!!
Happy birthday Eva! 🌸💕⭐️
Last year, your mom said you loved kittens 🐱 so we made some beautiful cat cake pops for you
but this year, mum said you are loving icecream 🍦and scooters 🛴 so we’ve created some sweet ice-cream pops and cute little gelato girl pops to help celebrate you turning 3 🎉 ! YAY! 💕🌸❤️ #matchymatchy
Make the most out of a #WholeChicken:
Here’s a fantastic method for getting the most from a whole chicken:
1. CARVE WHOLE, RAW CHICKENS INTO PARTS.
After it’s been cut up, one whole chicken yields two rib-in breasts, two drumsticks and two thighs.
2. COOK THE CARCASS, ORGANS AND SMALLER PIECES WITH MEAT, FIRST.
Before you run to make chicken stock with everything you have left, cook any piece that has meat first. Put it in a slow cooker and cook on high for four hours. Then when it’s done, pick the meat off the bones. Measure this shredded meat into 1 cup portions.
The wings, organ and spine, plus any other random pieces of meat, from one chicken, create about one cup.
3. MAKE CHICKEN STOCK.
Take the skin, and all the leftover bones (both from the original carving and from post-cooking of the carcass) and make chicken stock in your slow cooker.
If you come up with more stock than you can use in a month, simply freeze the extra.
4. KEEP THE BONES.
Remember that you have bone-in breasts and chicken legs to cook and eat up too. After you’ve cooked dinner and you’re cleaning up, keep the bones! Add these bones to any bones you already have in the freezer.
When you need more stock, simply cook all of those bones again. The stock will be lighter, but it’s still full of nutrients and delicious!
Drop into #PrydeMeat to pick up your fresh poultry TODAY!
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The Mancini family have been in the restaurant business for over 25 years! Impressive right? 😉 Whether it’s the warm and inviting dining environment or the amazing traditional food, our authentic Italian dining experience is one not to be missed 😋❤️ 🇮🇹 #mancinisbelfield