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The Show Must Go On, With Photographer Sarah Collins And Family

Photographer and performer Sarah Collins is no stranger to the Family pages of The Design Files, although this is her first time on the other side of the camera! Sarah photographed all our ‘Family’ stories until January 2020, when she became pregnant with her second daughter.

Since then, Sarah, her husband, actor and TV writer Justin Kennedy, their eldest Polly (6) and baby Daisy (1) have been riding out the pandemic from their home in Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges.

As creatives working predominantly in the entertainment industry, Sarah and Justin have come up against some pretty scary times over the past two years. Not only have they seen their own work dry up significantly, but they’ve also witnessed their creative community of actors, writers, directors and production crew struggle to get by, in some cases choosing to re-skill and leave the industry altogether.

We spoke with Sarah about the state of the arts, and her hopes for the future.

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Today’s sweet little weekender in Heathcote is a hidden gem, tucked off the beaten track in Victoria’s picturesque Macedon Ranges region, around 90 minutes from Melbourne.  Affectionately known as ‘Tuppenny Farm’, this quaint little cottage and surrounding property belongs to landscape designer Paula Kilpatrick and her partner Antony Elliot, and their sweet little newborn bub Nellie Elliot, who arrived just a few weeks after we photographed this story, on Novembr 27th!  (CONGRATS guys!).

Give Your Oven a Break with These No-Bake Recipes

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Give Your Oven a Break with These No-Bake Recipes

With temperatures soaring, it’s time to try these delicious no-bake recipes and give your oven a break.

With temperatures soaring, it’s time to retire that oven for the rest of the sweaty season. But fear not, there are plenty of delicious meals that can be made without that dreaded appliance.

For easy, bake-free culinary preparation, check out Matthew Kadey’s list of must-have tools in his article “The Joy of (not) Cooking.”

With all your no-bake tools at hand, try one of these no-bake recipes for cool and refreshing summer meals.

Appetizers

  • Catfish Ceviche
  • Mackerel Ceviche
  • Smokey Guacamole
  • Marinated Feta, Olive, and Roasted Red Pepper Skewers

Salads

  • Mixed Bean Salad
  • Chickpea Goji Berry Salad
  • Spinach Salad with Prosciutto, Pecans, and Dried Cherries
  • Avocado and Grapefruit Salad

Soups

  • Chilled Cucumber Soup
  • Vichyssoise (Cold Leek and Potato Soup)
  • Fiery Chipotle Gazpacho

Main courses

  • Zucchini Pasta with Pesto Sauce
  • Beet Burgers with Almonaise
  • Teriyaki Tofu Wraps

Desserts

  • No-bake Mini Cheesecake
  • Strawberry Soup
  • Very Berry Pudding

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