Diggings 31st July 2019

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner // Supercut A link to a fun, lovely montage of food images from the anime films of Studio Gibhli https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK-I6LxXJsA&fbclid=IwAR2nIMKDGfZ1qjZtjPtb9wsO-v9hqMOzVCRLp3tiH6VcGxfPQtTE9P_Sja8 #couscousforcomment: the hashtag shaming Instagrammers who demand free food 'Allira Carroll, the managing director of Tonic PR, which represents hospitality clients, says she does use influencers in marketing a restaurant but …

Diggings 29 May 2019

An Indomie democracy sausage, May 2019 Fava beans or Uber Eats? Health food dilemma threatens school canteens Mr Bernard's company is big enough to devise economies of scale, and rely on volume rather than margins, but he says others – especially those only open a day or two a week – cannot do the same. …

Diggings 4 May 2019

'Bloody good': Royal Easter Show honey competition tickles taste buds While the competition is an opportunity to recognise the best native honey, it is also important to remember that Indigenous populations have "prized it for thousands of years", Dr Smith said. Native bee hives, which are not as common as European ones, only produce an …

Diggings 9 April 2019

A brief history of indigenous fishing While the importance of fishing as a way of life is obvious to many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, there have been few attempts to translate their experiences into a narrative that governments, non-Indigenous fishers and the general public can immediately understand and appreciate. An excellent site in which to …