Li’l House of Cupcakes is a cupcake and coffee shop that recently opened in East Devonport. Their motto is Li’l Cake ~ Big Taste. This is spot on. And I should know, because I went along to sample their wares last week. Li’l House of Cupcakes: Pretty Tempting by Michelle Kneipp Pegler Not only are these little cakes big on taste they are delightfully decorated too. Cupcake maker extraordinaire Julz makes these little beauties in various flavour combinations. They are not your average cup cake. For lovers of cupcakes, check out this list of Li’l House of Cupcake flavours:...Read More
Author: Michelle Kneipp-Pegler
Wilmot Hills Vineyard is a boutique winery and distillery positioned perfectly in the middle of the green rolling hills of the Wilmot Valley in north west Tasmania. Wilmot Hills Vineyard by Michelle Kneipp Pegler Business owners John and Ruth Cole established this delightful vineyard in 1991 with commercial sales of their products starting in 1997. Their product range contains distinctive blends exclusive to the area. They produce a variety of white and red table wines, ciders, fruit wines and spirits. Wilmot Hills Vineyard is popular with local and interstate visitors because it’s close to Devonport, Lake Barrington, Sheffield and...Read More
Are you sick of arriving at markets, only to find ordinary stuff from everyday shops? Well I may just have the remedy for you! Made With Love Market Bazaar is a true community market that’s been running for two years. Unique: Made With Love Market Bazaar by Michelle Kneipp Pegler The Made With Love Market Bazaar is held on the second Saturday of every month from 9:00am to 1:00pm. You’ll find it at Artscape, 45 Jackson Street in Wynyard. What’s on offer at the market? Locally-made and grown produce, products and gifts. This Wynyard market has a very country-style,...Read More
I was wondering how we can get our business promoted via Think Tasmania. We are a Penguin based business, Pickled Sisters Pantry and operate out of our commercial kitchen in Deviation Road. We make jams, chutneys, sauces, relishes etc. and all from locally-sourced Tasmanian produce. All our products are locally grown and made and we would like to get some coverage in the town where we operate. We are two sisters, with me being the oldest. I moved to Tasmania from Victoria three years ago. My sister Robyn has been living in Tassie for around 30 years or more and...Read More
June Wilson owns a studio gallery in Latrobe, Tasmania. It’s the place to go if you’re looking to buy beautiful works of art… lining the walls of the gallery are some gorgeous pieces. But if you’re keen to create your own masterpiece, you can also take an art class at June Wilson’s Studio Gallery. Art Class: Good for the Soul by Michelle Kneipp Pegler June Wilson teaches a pastel art class from her studio gallery. New classes commence every five weeks and are held on Wednesday mornings and Thursday nights. Classes are for beginners to the advanced artist, and...Read More
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