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Lipstick+Bread @ Piers Festival

What can we learn from Pirates today? Lipstick+Bread at Pier's festival at the Station Pier in Melbourne. This time together with the young pirate! The happy people visiting the festival have been taken on a real adventure.  They were treated with and learned how to cook and prepare The magic Caribbean Pirate (Rum) Drink, and

Dinner, Charles Bukowski (1933)

  when my father ate his lips became greasy with food. and when he ate he talked about how good the food was and that most other people didn’t eat as good as we did. he liked to sop up what was left on his plate with a piece of bread, meanwhile making appreciative sounds

The Double at the Tote

The Double played their hypnotic blues - new dance- The Dawn of the Double at The Tote in Melbourne and of course we were there. 45 minutes of pure bad ass dance music, meditation and pleasure. We know Jim White, who plays drums as tomorrow is already today, from the Dirty Three. And Emmett Kelly

Dr Ernest Magic drink

This is a special drink. It is magic and really smart and super healthy and tasty and easy to make. It is a kind of pleasure that is unusually good for you. Without falling into a health food craze, this is something we definitely like a lot. Dr Ernest Voncina, chemist and renowned expert on

The Original Lady of St Kilda Pirate Sardine Sandwich

I made this sandwich at our recent Lipstick and Bred Pirate Food performances at the Village Festival and people just loved it. I have promised to publish the recipe, so here it is. A big favorite of mine, which I started to prepare long time ago had now become a dish ready to touch the

Village Festival World Kitchen Sessions

  Lipstick and bread was invited to perform at the fantastic Village Festival's World Kitchen held on Acland street in St Kilda and Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy. Menu: magic Caribbean treasure Rum and the one and only Lady of St Kilda Pirate Sardine Sandwich! It was immense pleasure and fun. Everyone loved the amazing