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Pepper - December 11 issue

pepper - december 11


DECEMBER 2011                                                    


FLAVOUR OF THE MONTH


 
In terms of beachside location you can’t go past the Sandbar at Bulcock Beach in Caloundra. It’s not uncommon for people to wander from the beach, laden with buckets, spades, beach bags and an entourage of sandy children, to the kiosk for some piping hot fish and chips and locally made ice cream. Read more...
 

 


 
PEPPER'S SOUNDTRACK TO DECEMBER
 
 
Dripping with coolness and infectious tunes, Good Things is the 2010 release from Californian musician Aloe Blacc. Combining hip hop, soul and RnB, the feel good album is a melting pot of smooth beats and catchy lyrics. Read more...
 

 
LABEL IN THE LIMELIGHT




 
SAVE THE DATE
 
 
Festivals and celebrations don’t get much bigger or better than Woodford Folk Festival. The tiny town of Woodford will light up from December 27 to January 1 as over 2000 performers take to the stage and 580 events keep festivalgoers entertained. Read more...


 
CULTURE CLUB

 
Like all truly iconic sports movies, Moneyball is not just about the sport in question (which in this case is American baseball) but is a moving story of one man’s dogged determination to change the nature of the game when faced with insurmountable hurdles. Read more...
 



 
EAT YOUR HEART OUT

Punches are a wonderful fusion of flavours – the perfect summertime treat for small and large groups. Read more...


 
FIVE OF THE BEST BOARDGAMES



Scrabble
Monopoly
Scattegories
Trivial Pursuit
Backgammon

What's your favourite board game? Drop us a line on our Facebook page, if we've left your top pick off the list.
 

 

 
BLOGROLL
 
 
If you like anything related to food – cooking, eating, restaurants, food photography – then you’re going to love What Katie Ate. Compiled by Sydney-based photographer Katie Quinn Davies, this blog is all about, you guessed it, food. Loaded with delicious recipes, this little mecca of indulgent posts is a godsend when you’re in need of some serious meal inspiration. Simple fonts, easy recipes and perfectly styled photographs will make it near impossible not to lick the screen. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
 

 

 
 
This is a great iPhone or iPad app for the Santa believers within the family. Download Santa GPS on your iPad or iPhone and track the man in the red suit on Christmas Eve in real time as he delivers his bounty across the globe. Not only can you track Santa, you can rate yourself or be rated on the naughty or nice metres, receive up to date North Pole news from the head elf publicist and find the exact location of Santa’s workshop. Available for download for $0.99 from iTunes. 
 

 
WHEN TIME STANDS STILL
 

The Hillbilly Hilton on Noosa River. Photo Kate Johns


 

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