Crispy pork belly with apple sauce: A worthy mission

I learned something very interesting about the Dutch this weekend: that they don’t tend to appreciate roast pork with a good pie. Read more

A cocktail should do the trick…

OK, I am well aware that I have not written a blog post for over 6 months and this could be because I’m either lazy or in need o. Read more

Mum’s abalone & chicken congee is a trip down comfort lane

Congee is to comfort food as chicken soup is to comfort food. It’s a rice porridge that the rice eating nations of the world pre. Read more

Foodie detours of the Barossa Valley #1: Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop

A visit to Australia always means a visit to one of its countless wine regions and a visit to any wine region normally calls for v. Read more

Vietnamese broken rice: if it’s broke don’t fix it, eat it.

During my 3 weeks in Adelaide I had a mild twice-a-week obsession – broken rice and avocado smoothies at a Van Restaurant. This . Read more

Gaucho’s Argentinean Restaurant and everything you need to know about steak

Adelaide was the starting point of our Australian food odyssey and Gaucho’s was the first restaurant to grace the all-important . Read more

Curry night sides: citrusy carrot salad with herbs and toasted almonds

A few weeks back I held a curry night at my place to catch up with a bunch of friends before heading home to Australia for a somew. Read more

Hawarden Estate Farm Shop and the romantic side of chutney

One of the most beautiful aspects of a relationship is the sharing of food and food experiences, which ultimately influence each o. Read more

Crispy tiger prawns with honey and garlic sauce: A new household favourite

This was the first of what will be many times that I cook this dish – It was an instant hit in our household. The cornflour . Read more

Eataly inspired long fusilli with Italian sausages

During our visit to Eataly in New York, we ate a very memorable plate of fusilli with ragu. The fusilli was long like a long unrav. Read more

Seafood & Chorizo Paella for an easy impromptu dinner party

Paella probably isn’t the dish that comes to mind when you’re having an impromptu dinner party, but it should be. I can unders. Read more

Why chicken tikka masala is Britain’s no. 1 dish

When a dish is not considered to be authentic, like Chinese lemon chicken for example, is it right to say that it is inferior? I h. Read more

Mackerel sushi - Sanma and Kibinago

Sushi eating tips I learned from Mr. Yasuda

Sushi Yasuda is hands down, the best sushi experience I have ever had. It’s probable that this is because I have yet to visit Ja. Read more

NOMA: 2010 World’s best restaurant serves shitty carrots

That’s right, I heard it straight from the horses’ mouth – Rene Redzepi, owner of NOMA, the best restaurant in the WORLD acc. Read more

Momofuku: fusion without the confusion

I’ll admit it, I’m a Momofuku groupie. I know, there must be thousands of them around the world planning the next time they ca. Read more

Eataly is Disneyland for foodies

Any buyer’s remorse I was harbouring from my iPad purchase disappeared when I downloaded the Gourmet Live application. If you ha. Read more

Counter space: design & the modern kitchen – A welcome surprise during my visit to MoMA

A trip to New York always means a trip to MoMA, which could easily be my favourite art museum and also my ideal New York apartment. Read more

Stumptown: Leading America’s new wave of hat-wearing, beard-having, coffee enthusiasts

The last time I was in New York for work, I planned to begin my first day the same way I would start my days in Melbourne, with a . Read more

Team effort = delicious citrus risotto with garlic chilli prawns

There are some common themes I’ve noticed in my kitchen since I started this food blog – cold food and dinner guests. Cold foo. Read more

Mikee Speciale: Lasagne alla Bolognese is worth the wait

It is 10pm and I am only just about to eat. Mikee’s debut into the blogosphere has been an epic one, which started since around . Read more