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Tasmanian chocolate maker Joe the chocolatier of Nutpatch Nougat shares a delicious story about his beautifully handmade chocolates
John Zito specializes in fine handmade chocolates.
Nutpatch Nougat is filled with a beautiful aroma of high-quality chocolate that is a pure product.
Described by some as some of the best chocolate in Australia. We grab a few tips from the chocolate master maker himself on what to look for and what he likes in chocolate.
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Images in this post are not of the chocolates from Nutpatch Nougat, as we wanted to keep some of the secrets in store for your visit there with the Bruny Island Safari.
Chocolate is just one of the gourmet delights such as local berries, artisan cheese, oysters, smoked goods, and of course wine.
Burn it all off with a stroll around some of Bruny Island’s most impressive sites, spotting a variety of amazing wildlife along the way.
Included in our price are pick-up and drop-off at your accommodation, the round-trip ferry, entry to National Parks, Southernmost Australian Lighthouse tour and all delicious delights. There’s no better way to experience this beautiful Island! With national park fees and the lighthouse tour and ferry fares included its a trip to Bruny Island not to be missed.
Several of the tour guides for Bruny Island safaris live on Bruny Island and the remainder holiday there frequently, and Tasmanian chocolate can be a carefully crafted part of the day tour.
Staff are carefully selected for their personality and willingness to share their stories with you.
Company founder Craig Parsey has lived and worked on Bruny Island most of his life, with a great passion for the islands beauty and enjoys sharing his intimate knowledge of Bruny Island with you. Craig’s business partner Lelle has extensive experience in day tour operations and has helped to design one of Tasmania’s best tour itineraries, filled with food, sights, and wildlife.
For all booking inquiries and more on the Bruny island safari tour go to
EATT Magazine releases its first online course
Find out more about our first class in the link below
Join Cullen Pope, the editor of EATT Magazine the online travel magazine. Find out why this creative, passionate photographer and podcaster wants to take you on a quick whirlwind tour on how easily you can record an interview, podcast, or a meeting for two so you to can capture your best ideas or that late night skillshare inspiration.
- What readily available equipment is needed
- Fast and easy ways to record a conversation
- What app to use and how to upload recordings
- How to download it or post it online as a podcast
- Charge your smartphones — it’s time to start recording
Note: Now updated for both iOS and Android devices plus windows or other phone brand users without the app access can use the Studio for Desktop download to record or live stream, integrate easily with Skype, and manage your episodes and drafts from their desktops.
Requires Windows 7+ or OSX 10.8+.
Rode Microphone Lav
SC6 Dual TRRS input
Android App to Record
iOS App to Record iPhone or iPad
TRRS Extension Cable
- Eyes wide open for your class outline and into the app store
- Finding the best recording app from this class
- Getting your content or interviews out there
- Keeping it simple
- Talking Points & Key Concepts
Your class outline includes an introduction to the class videos plus a few ideas on why you should record your best ideas
- The process of Pre-Production
- What kind of phone you can record on
- Which microphones to use and where to find them
- The kind of attachments you need as a double adapter and why they are important
- how to do a quick check of the sound quality
- Why you might not go live if you’re starting out
- How to put it all together
- What your setup can look like
- Downloading the App a simple how to looking inside the app on your smartphone
- App options to get you ready
How to record
Step 1:Stop and pause
Uploading and downloading the Recording
- Publishing on the App
- How to find your recording
- A quick preview on using the platform on your desktop
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