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Taste of Melbourne - Inside the Exhibition Building
The boyf won tickets for Taste of Melbourne last week. I was expecting I would get bored after the initial (very overpriced) dishes from the restaurant stalls, but it wasn’t too bad.
For starters there were a lot of chocolate and ice cream companies giving out free samples. The marshmallows dipped in Green and Black's chocolate fountain were to die for and only bettered by Gundowring Golden Syrup icecream worth going to purgatory for.
I got to chat to the guy at Bultarra Saltbush Lamb - usually they are very busy when we buy their lamb from the farmers market
I also had a good chat with Enviromeat, who raise, market and distribute beef that has a low environmental impact
I ended up being there for 2 hours (the boyf was there for nearly four – I had to repair to the adjacent Melbourne Museum and revive myself by looking at Ordician fossils and the odd dinosaur skeleton)
Some of the trilobite fossils have been painstakingly cleaned and look quite animated
Tarbosaurus - Tyranosaurus' marginally less scary cousin
When he emerged, we went on to Brunswick Street and found a great new bar with food that was just as good as what we had had at Taste of Melbourne, but waaaaay cheaper ($2 per tapas, not $8 to $12) – it was almost like being in Donostia-San Sebastian.
Plus the pipework in Naked for Satan should make a great reference for a cartoon one day...