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Specials are available to hold the interest of repeat foodies (which now includes myself and a group of friends). The hours were super long and Clement had it drilled into him that every mistake, no matter how small, was costly and didn’t make owners or head chefs at all happy. ‘He would come into the kitchen and we would line up and he would shake everyone’s hands and say hello.’ Then cupid hit and Clement found himself in love with an Australian. That’s what makes customers come back for more.’ Wendy Johnson graduated with a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, a few decades ago.
He packed up his bags and—bam—he moved to Australia. He loves Canberra and marvels at how the capital has grown up in the food scene since he arrived four years ago. It’s consistency, service, overall quality, concept and location. She’s been living in Australia since 1995, having fallen in love with eucalypt trees and kangaroos.
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Sharing links and referencing these articles with permission is the proper approach to take. I like having some guidelines to follow AND some room to deviate from my plan – because one of my daily affirmations is “I always think BOTH.” Who says you can’t have it all? Now granted, from a practical and financial standpoint I have to be smart about how I choose the foods I want to cook for the week, because too much variety means I’ll have to get a ton of different ingredients. If I’ll be having oatmeal for breakfast some days, do I have hemp seeds or walnuts to put on top?