Trivia Teaser

The Korean War was ended by the Treaty of WHAT?

Guadalupe Hidalgo

A Feast to Remember


By Jessie

It’s scrumptious and spicy, divine and delicious
Juicy and oozy yet somehow nutritious
A treat for your soul and food for your mind
Our NEW Trivia game is a fabulous find!

Have you played our quiz game TASTY TRIVIA yet? It’s Trivia – and it’s all about food! YUM.

But it's not just about foodstuffs. There are thousands of questions about recipes and ingredients, and chefs and cocktails and wine and cooking techniques and fancy utensils and restaurants and culinary history and – oh, who needs Masterchef? This game is MUCH more fun – and practical too. In just one game I learned that 'Bombay Duck' is a fish and 'Bel Paese' is a cheese.

Can you chop and slice, grind and grate your way to the top of the tasty Trivia leader board?

Play Tasty Trivia

Download Tasty Trivia iPhone app


I'm Giggly for Wriggly's

Alas, the consequences of my gluttony are grim indeed. After a frenzy of Tasty Trivia, gorging myself upon game after sweet sweet game, my eyes are falling out of my head, my finger pads ache, and my teeth feel a little… furry. And my breath! Eee-ewww. An unlucky moth that flew into the trajectory of my exhale fell to the floor, legs twitching from the deadly rays of halitosis. As my young nephew would say: “you are a stinky mouth Aunty Jessie”. And he would be right.

But I have the power to strike down the repulsive plaque that threatens to sprout around my teeth and gums. I shall EAT DRINK and CHEW upon this healthful Wordsearch from our wonderful friends at Wrigley’s and all will be well. Oh, and I'm also quite taken with the little pink doughnut. I want to eat it and pat it at the same time. 

Play Wrigley’s Wordsearch

Hoorah for our YP Boys!

Congratulations to our YP and Lovatts boys: Dominic, Jason, Matthew and Brendan who, along with two mates successfully rode 100 kms up the coast of NSW over the weekend on the "Ache and Break to Wallis Lake".

What an effort – and no obvious lycra-induced injuries! Impressive.

The boys have raised almost $2.5K for cancer research, and there’s still time to donate to this very worthy cause. This is the link if you would like to contribute to our Everyday Heroes.

Have a great day!

Jessie x

6 Responses to

A Feast to Remember

March 22, 2011 at 6:04 PM

Well done to the fund-raisers! Putting your seat on the saddle and riding for charity is a great effort. Congratulations, guys.

March 24, 2011 at 8:06 PM

Thank you boys for a very successful attempt at raising money for charity. And of course for a successful, and apparently accident free ride.

March 24, 2011 at 8:12 PM

Sorry, I left out one word. To quote: And congratulations, of course, for a successful and apparently accident free ride. My apologies, I only realised it after I sent it off, apparently irretrievably.

March 25, 2011 at 4:30 PM

Good on you fellas for doing such a great job I admire you for what you have done. Cheers to you play

March 26, 2011 at 10:05 PM

Well done guys! Great effort!

ballet said:
March 28, 2011 at 9:55 AM

well done boys for a good cause