Homesickness had always been a foreign concept to me. I lived away from home when I started high school at age 14. When I started going to university at 18,…
If Frank Underwood’s House of Cards exemplifies pure Shakespearean evil, the new café at our La Trobe is a polar opposite.
I grew up in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, in a white and blue decorated home with a very classical order. With a lemon tree planted in my front garden, every weekend would consist of BBQs, sauce making and lots of eating. You can see where this is heading, right?
When diving into the world of grilled cheese sandwiches, having a slice of swiss between two buttered pieces of white bread is just never enough. In fact, it’s heresy. There are so many options of cheeses, breads and meats available, and with the right choices, simplicity can still be preserved whilst creating a unique and memorable taste for your buds to enjoy.
As the global population increases and the strain we place on the earth increases with it, global warming and its effects become increasingly harder to ignore.
The last time I felt like I culturally belonged was over 15 years ago, and I don’t remember it.