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Open for just over 2 months, the Red Door Bakery in Croydon’s Queen Street precinct is pumping out fabulous bready/pastry goodness on a daily basis. Elvin, Lola and I went for the first time last Saturday and devoured an enormous lamb and eggplant sausage roll, a large slice of potato and rosemary pizza, a pan au chocolate and a praline scroll. Everything was really, really good. I’m pleased to report that the coffee was also good – we each had two cups. Elvin is a bit of a coffee nazi and he approved of their long black.
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View from Church House Porch - Bruny Island

We returned last week from 11 days in Tasmania. Four adults, two toddlers – and big appetites! We spent the time in and around the Hobart region including three nights on Bruny Island in a converted church (where we wished we’d arranged to spend longer – I’m sure this is a repeated tale of most visitors to the island).
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Adelaide Hills Farmers Market

We went for a drive to the Adelaide Hills Farmers Market yesterday and then on to the Meadows Easter Fair. There didn’t seem to be much else on for families over the Easter Weekend (or was I just poor at Googling?).

It was a beautiful day and a lovely drive. We tried to leave early so we could get to the market before it was all over (runs from 8-12 I think) and we ended up arriving at 10am after an hours drive from the Western suburbs. This didn’t seem to be a problem as it looked like all the stalls still had plenty of produce on offer and the breakfast roll/coffee stall was still running hot.

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