• 24 May

    Spotlight on Rhubarb

    Is rhubarb a fruit or vegetable? It’s ok if you’re unsure. It’s widely considered a fruit, as it’s most commonly prepared and eaten as one, but it’s actually a vegetable. It certainly looks like a vegetable, the red stalks and green leaves look a lot like celery, but it’s related to garden sorrel. The red […]

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  • 18 May

    Goomeri Pumpkin Festival

    There’s nothing more quintessential to Winter than the humble pumpkin. There are those that love it and hate it, and then those that celebrate the vegetable every year with its very own festival. Yes, there’s a pumpkin festival and it happens annually in the Queensland town of Goomeri. The festival is in its 21st year, […]

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  • 15 May

    The Health Benefits of Spinach

    Those who remember Popeye will know exactly what his vegetable of choice was – spinach. The green, leafy vegetable became the picture of health and strength. But cartoons aside, what are the real health benefits of spinach? Origin Story Spinach can be traced back to ancient Persia (modern Iran and neighbouring countries). From there it […]

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  • 8 May

    Autumn Produce Guide May 2017

    As Autumn draws to a close, we’ll see a shift in seasonal produce. Now’s the time to make the most of what’s on offer in May, including chilli’s, lemongrass, and basil, which will become a lot harder to find in the winter months. May is also a great time to start introducing colder-climate fruits like […]

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  • 4 May

    Brisbane’s Paniyiri Greek Festival

    Paniyiri Festival is Queensland’s biggest cultural festival and Australia’s longest running Greek festival. The event is celebrating its 41st year, after it began in 1976 with a group of Greek Australians’ dream of bringing the sights, smells, sounds, tastes and atmosphere of Greece to the streets of Brisbane. What is it? Paniyiri is a celebration […]

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  • 27 Apr

    In Season: 10 Ways to Use Carrots

    Australia loves carrots. In 2013, they were officially the most commonly purchased vegetable in the country, with around 94% of consumers adding them to their grocery cart. Eaten in sweet or savoury dishes, salads, drinks, or even raw as a healthy snack, carrots are versatile and have the highest levels of beta-carotene of any vegetable. […]

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  • 26 Apr

    Noosa Food & Wine Festival

    We’re always on the lookout for events in Queensland and Northern New South Wales that celebrate fresh food and Australian produce, and Noosa Food & Wine does just that. The festival is now only one month away and events are starting to sell out quick.

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  • 24 Apr

    Spotlight on Ginger

    It’s no wonder that ginger is revered in many parts of the world, not only does the root add delicious flavour to both sweet and savoury dishes, but it is one of the healthiest and most beneficial spices in the world.

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  • 12 Apr

    5 Scenic Rest Stops this Easter

    At Cannon Logistics, we feel strongly about educating drivers about the special road rules and added responsibilities that apply to both the drivers of Heavy Vehicles and to those who share the road with them. As you can see on our site, with have an entire section dedicated to this called ‘Education’. One of the […]

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  • 11 Apr

    Autumn Produce Guide April 2017

    Winter feels as if it’s getting closer this month and it is. With cool 16 degree nights intermittently, preparing us all for winter we are blessed to live in the subtropical weather that Queensland enjoys. In this post, we share with you our Autumn Produce Guide April 2017 and encourage everyone to enjoy the wide selection […]

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