A Deliciously Slow Sunday Lunch at 2 Macs Farms
June 21, 2016 – 1:20 pm | No Comment

Let me begin by saying that a day spent at 2 Macs Farms reminded me of how weekends should be spent – taking time out to immerse yourself in the simplistic joys of nature and …

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How to Eat Like You’ll Never See Food Again: FEASTivities 2011!
December 25, 2011 – 1:49 pm | 40 Comments
How to Eat Like You’ll Never See Food Again: FEASTivities 2011!

I’m sure you can agree with me when I say that this year has seriously had it’s accelerator all the way down. It feels like only like yesterday when I was writing up a post …

The Ginormous English Berry Trifle Recipe (remix)
December 9, 2011 – 9:55 am | 36 Comments
The Ginormous English Berry Trifle Recipe (remix)

I’m no alcoholic ( I swear!) but I do love me some Frangelico once in a while and when it came to making an English Trifle, I found any reason to somehow infuse it into …

What do Salt n Pepa and the WLG Wellington Pop-up Restaurant in Fitzroy have in common?
November 23, 2011 – 9:30 am | 27 Comments
What do Salt n Pepa and the WLG Wellington Pop-up Restaurant in Fitzroy have in common?

Here I go, here I go, here I go again (again!)
Fellas, what’s my weakness? (Chocolate pavi!)
Why did I start this post with Salt n Pepa’s ‘Shoop?’ Well, the meal I had at the …

Slicker Than Your Average Bento, TAXI Dining Room
November 13, 2011 – 10:47 am | 28 Comments
Slicker Than Your Average Bento, TAXI Dining Room

At work, when it comes to deciding on where to go to for lunch, it quickly spirals into a void of procrastination. A group of us would stand around ‘umming’ and ‘aahing’ for at least …

8 Killer Melbourne Cafes and The Breakfast Bootcamp
November 2, 2011 – 12:58 pm | 56 Comments
8 Killer Melbourne Cafes and The Breakfast Bootcamp

UH, hello?! Can we get this party started?! To celebrate the warmer weather, I decided to skip the beach and bury my face in a little sumthin sumthin called food instead. Some friends say I’ve …

Filipino Food at Dahon Gourmet Tea Lounge, South Melbourne
October 10, 2011 – 9:54 am | 50 Comments
Filipino Food at Dahon Gourmet Tea Lounge, South Melbourne

Something that I wouldn’t expect to find in Melbourne is decent Filipino food. Believe me, as a local Filipino food blogger, I’ve been searched high and low for a place where I can get my …

A Rockin Tribute to Melbourne’s Food Graffiti
September 25, 2011 – 11:48 am | 58 Comments
A Rockin Tribute to Melbourne’s Food Graffiti

Though Alicia Keys touts that New York’s “big lights will inspire you” in Empire State of Mind, which has since become the unofficial NYC anthem, when it comes to Melbourne, we hum to a more …

The MEGA Foodie Bike Rail Trail across the Victorian Alpine Region
September 11, 2011 – 10:50 am | 44 Comments
The MEGA Foodie Bike Rail Trail across the Victorian Alpine Region

So what does butter, wine, cheese, cured meats and loaded carbs have to do with being healthy? Well, nothing really. But what happens when you combine all that goodness with a full …

Middle Eastern and North African Delights at Kamel, Albert Park
September 4, 2011 – 9:55 am | 41 Comments
Middle Eastern and North African Delights at Kamel, Albert Park

What keeps Kamel interesting is that on one side you have Middle Eastern inspired gems like hummus, juicy kebabs and baba ghanoush and then you are hit with tantalising North African inspired spices from cumin, …

WIN 1 of 5 Double Passes to Taste of Melbourne 2011
August 28, 2011 – 8:51 am | 44 Comments
WIN 1 of 5 Double Passes to Taste of Melbourne 2011

Another year has come around so quickly. As you may recall, last year I was so gutted I missed out on attending Taste of Melbourne but of course for good reason as I …

Hitting up 13 Charcoal Chicken Joints
August 21, 2011 – 10:50 am | 59 Comments
Hitting up 13 Charcoal Chicken Joints

I don’t know what my fascination has been with charcoal chicken lately. Its actually come to the point where I’m slightly obsessed but of course, I blame the Melbourne weather forcing me into hibernation and …

Rehabworthy: Traditional Crusty Baguettes, Continental Deli
August 11, 2011 – 10:39 am | 41 Comments
Rehabworthy: Traditional Crusty Baguettes, Continental Deli

I’ve discovered some suburban gems I wanted to share with you – one that is close to work on the eastside and the other being near my place in the westside. These babies don’t share …

Hosting a Filipino Fiesta!
July 31, 2011 – 10:12 am | 73 Comments
Hosting a Filipino Fiesta!

To me, there is nothing like experiencing a new cuisine. Every bite brings about a childhood like excitement as you anticipate what flavours will come next. Everyone at the table then starts to guess what …

18 Ways You Can Eat Dinner at Cecil Street, South Melbourne Market
July 19, 2011 – 10:20 am | 41 Comments
18 Ways You Can Eat Dinner at Cecil Street, South Melbourne Market

Despite having moved from South Melbourne to Spotswood (westside!), South Melbourne Market remains to be my weekly stomping ground for their $1 oyster shots, dirt cheap cheese varieties, fresh Turkish bread, tennis ball sized dim …

Geektastic Supernova Comic-Con + Asian Dessert House, Passionflower CBD
July 10, 2011 – 3:28 pm | 54 Comments
Geektastic Supernova Comic-Con + Asian Dessert House, Passionflower CBD

I must have been hiding underneath a rock because I knew nothing about Supernova until this year. My dream has always been to attend the New York Comic-Con. A friend of mine (who is also  …

The House That Fried Chicken Built, Empanadas + Jeepneys, Philippines
July 3, 2011 – 10:55 am | 58 Comments
The House That Fried Chicken Built, Empanadas + Jeepneys, Philippines

Before heading off to the Philippines, I knew I had to turn to my trusted advisers (friends) for suggestions for the best eats in Manila. I knew that if I didn’t, I’d end up coming …

A Cubicle Vampire’s Guide to Melbourne’s Cafe Scene
June 19, 2011 – 10:12 am | 36 Comments
A Cubicle Vampire’s Guide to Melbourne’s Cafe Scene

BOOM BOOM BOOM! Do you hear that? BOOM BOOM BOOM! Oh, that’s just the sound of my heartbeat from the amount of caffeine I had put my body through the other week. Oh how I …

Recipe Time: Satay Chicken Boats with Coriander Sails
June 12, 2011 – 11:02 am | 42 Comments
Recipe Time: Satay Chicken Boats with Coriander Sails

Inspired by Adam Liaw’s demonstration at the Malaysian Kitchen stand last week, I was in the mood to cook up something to the tune of that nature.  Although, in a rush to get prepared for …