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Amanda McInerney
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Turning a simple cider orchard into a tourism destination - Springtime & Cider on Vancouver Island. #Canada
http://www.lambsearsandhoney.com/2014/04/springtime-cider-vancouver-island/
How to turn a cider apple orchard into a tourist destination, and I finally meet a very long distance Twitter friend!
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A Stanford linguistic study shows that online food reviewers are revealing more about themselves than they may realise.
http://news.stanford.edu/news/2014/april/food-review-language-041014.html?utm_content=buffer5a37f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Dan Jurafsky says the words used in online restaurant reviews provide a surprising source of insight into human psychology. Reviews of pricey places were rife with sensual metaphors; good cheap eats prompted references to drugs.
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The Filipinos love their food, but like to keep some secrets. I discover four of the best local dining secrets in Manila!
http://www.lambsearsandhoney.com/2014/04/manila-eats-dining-filipino-style/
The Filipinos love their food, but like to keep some secrets. I discover four of the best local dining secrets in Manila!
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Temptation time - some overdue  #cookbook reviews!
My thoughts on a few of the more recent cookbooks to appear on book shop shelves.
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Something else for us to worry about - social media passwords can be worth more to hackers than credit card details!
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Thanks +Amanda McInerney for sharing. Indeed security problem is sth we often overlook, but will cause serious damage if sth goes wrong. I has been thinking about changing all my password to very strong ones, and I think today will be the day.
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Forget carob, Catherine Balston meets cocoa's Brazilian cousin, cupuaçu, a new contender in the field of tasty chocolate substitutes The best Easter egg, as tested by schoolchildren
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Are you heading to Spain? Then check out this great culinary tour of #Barcelona!
http://www.lambsearsandhoney.com/2014/04/culinary-backstreets-barcelona/
A culinary tour of the historical and very traditional Gràcia barrio of Barcelona - bring a big appetite!
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A little something for the #coffee tragics to peruse whilst sipping on their Sunday heart-starter - a history of espresso!
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Freelance food/travel writer Contributor to Tiger Tales & food blogger at http://www.lambsearsandhoney.com
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Freelance food/travel writer, South Australian contributor to "Tiger Tales" inflight mag for Tiger Airlines
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Happily nestled on a small farm in the Adelaide Hills, I'm author/publisher of Lambs’ Ears and Honey, a food blog with a strong focus on seasonal, local, regional food and food security/politics.   I've worked widely with regional South Australian food and wine groups, iconic South Australian food producers and their various marketing arms, the Adelaide Showgrounds Farmers Market and national food production groups (e.g Meat & Livestock Association, Australian Mushroom Growers). 

My food/cookbook reviews can be found on Boomerang Books , I write south Australian content for Tiger Airline's inflight magazine, Tiger Tales and also contribute to the international food chronicle The Rambling Epicure.



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I'm a graduate of University of Adelaide’s Le Cordon Bleu course with a Graduate Certificate in Gastronomy – where I return each year as a guest of Barbara Santich’s to address the Food Writing students. - and have been published in various publications. These include Tiger Tales, the inflight magazine for Tiger Airlines, Smart Farmer and the Fairfax Press. I also write recipes and content for national food producing organisations, food/recipe and am the regular Australian contributor to The Rambling Epicure, a Swiss-based, international food chronicle. I am currently the co-chair of the organising committe for Eat Drink Blog 2012, the Australian national blogging conference.
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