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Foodie crush: Emily from This Rawesome Vegan Life

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Food & Recipes / Foodie Crush / Snacks

When it comes to being a bad-ass vegan who champions the goodness of fruit and veggies like no other, Emily from This Rawesome Vegan Life knows what’s up. Not only has she created a super successful, beautiful blog (THE best raw desserts), she’s written and photographed  two cookbooks – all before graduating for university. Say what? Her writing is hilarious, unapologetic and full of energy. It sweeps you along for the ride and makes you look at your relationship […]

Foodie crush: Karina Duncan

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Food & Recipes / Foodie Crush / Mains

Karina is only 28 years old and already her resume is pretty drool-worthy. After graduating from the University of Melbourne in Creative Arts, she lived the dream of many a-foodie and moved to New York to be trained as a chef at the French Culinary Institute. Since then, she’s focused her skills on food styling – and now works with many high profile photographers and chefs to create those incredible images that make you want […]

Foodie crush: Maria Laitinen from Scandi Foodie

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Food & Recipes / Foodie Crush

If there was ever a match made in heaven I say it would be Scandinavian design with, well, pretty much anything. I adore the pine furniture, the fashion, practically everything about Ikea… so when I came across Maria from the healthy blog Scandi Foodie  – the epitome of scando cool – I was hooked straight away. A prop stylist and photographer from Sydney, Finnish born Maria also uses her talents to run the whimsical Scandi […]

Foodie crush: Teresa Cutter

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Dessert / Food & Recipes / Foodie Crush

I have Teresa to thank for my first ever green smoothie. I was sitting in a cafe in Avalon on Sydney’s northern beaches when I saw this huge shining glass of green goodness being delivered to another table. Intrigued I ordered one of my own, along with a delicate poached chicken salad and gluten free cookie. My mind was blown, healthy food could taste that good? The cafe was of course owned by Teresa Cutter […]