Consider The Sauce revisited one of its fave places at the weekend.
MiHub Cafe is just our sort of establishment, and I was looking forward to reconnecting with its great community vibe.
So my visit wasn’t so much about blogging – I didn’t even get my camera out – as it was about beaut food and people.
I had my fill of both, even running into a fellow Rickshaw Run volunteer, and comparing notes on the wonders of Werribee with she and her friend.
Sadly, I didn’t get to talk to MiHub stalwart Nora, as she was attending some sort of event in the city.
Since hooking up with her on Facebook, I have been enjoying her near-daily gifts of Koran-inspired pithy wisdom and love.
But I did come away from my Werribee visit with the latest edition of JOM – Journal Of Malaysians Down Under.
Yep, that’s Nora on the cover … and reading the interview with her inside, I had confirmed what I already suspected – she is a wonderful woman!
You can read the interview here.
And get ye down to MiHub!
From what I could gather during my most recent visit, the best action there is taking place on Friday nights.
Bennie and I will check it out soon and a report will be forthcoming.
I was surprised to discover, during a footy sojourn, that a regular CTS reader was harbouring a misunderstanding about the new, ticketed and paid-for format of the CTS Feasts.
He was under the impression that the fee – $20 at this point – is being split between CTS and the participating eateries, but that punters are still expected to pay for their food on top of that.
It’s not so! Your ticket payment covers everything bar drinks.
There are still a handful of tickets unsold to our repeat session at La Morenita on Sunday, June 8. See story here.