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Things that make us go mmmm

Thank you all for your patience. The cookbook is here and is looking gorgeous. It is called Nourish­ – Food for the heart and soul. We are thrilled with it and we hope you will be too. There will be a party to launch the cookbook. All of our wonderful school community are invited. Books will be available. Please join...

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…NEVER – not with snow softly falling, the fire a crackling, slow roasts and a good red vino. How do you spot a tourist in Blackheath winter?? – wearing thongs, and an acrylic cardi when its 2 degrees and complaining they are cold. AHHH *sigh*…locals would never be so silly… love a puffy, hand knitted beanies and sturdy footwear. (And...

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Summer has passed us by so quickly and now it is autumn and Blackheath has shaken out her beautiful autumn frock. Visitors from out of town are criss-crossing our streets, taking photographs in this gorgeous, golden light. The air is crisp and the scent of wood-smoke is starting to tinge the air. It is also soup weather. Something warming, something...

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It is that gorgeous time in the mountains when there is a bit of a nip mistress in the air and the sky is oh so blue and endless. The blossom is coming out and, in Blackheath, all those little seedlings should be safe to come out of their warm greenhouses – just. Spring means we all start thinking of...

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Behind the scenes on our recipe shoot. Massive thumbs up to Asia and Lewis for their unwavering passion and lending of their exceptional talents to our little book. Oh and not forgetting Temmy, the QC Queen!

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We need all the help we can get. Thanks Tiff, your styling is legendary!

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Perks of the job – lovely lunches and sparkly Friday Bubbles.

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More snow falls than Perisher – the Heath has seen a cracker of a winter season. July saw the “arctic vortex” sweep across the eastern states with Snowmageddon 2015 arriving to great celebration. Closed off from the rest of the world – us up at the top, got to frollic for a couple of days snowboarding, tabogganing, building giant snow...

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Nice Winter sunrise over them thar hills.

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Love that the storms haven’t dampened Blackheath’s autumn colours – still well and truly glorious.

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