sesqueal!

These are the covers in Hong Kong Vegetarians, I know a few, how about you? I have a few friends who are Vegetarian, and I have a few friends who say they are vegetarian but eat fish or who are vegetarians but eat chicken! Anywho… Yotam Ottolenghi doesn’t write cookbooks for vegetarians he writes them for everybody, and boy should …

cauli-cous

Home today, waiting for a T8 (typhoon signal 8) to pass us by… I made something new, cauli-cous! which was such a hit I decided to share it with you. Here is what you do… 1 large cauliflower. Break up into medium size pieces and blitz in food processor until it resembles couscous!(careful not to over blitz, you don’t want …

It’s all about the coffee, coffee, coffee

cool machine at Mr Brightside The cafes in Melbourne make such great coffee, they use different blends, brands and baristas to come up with some of the best brews I’ve ever had, enough B words?!?. Yesterday I was at Mr Brightside, which is the local cafe in our area, brilliant coffee (another B word!) and the food is also fresh and …

Sipping and shopping in Sing Sing

This week I popped to Singapore to help a friend do a bedroom make over, before and after shots coming soon! You may or may not know I have lived in Singapore, twice, and even with the ever transient expat world, still have some great friends there to catch up with. I visited a few old favorites haunts, some have …

meatless monday

Todays meatless monday inspiration came from lunch at the cricket club on Saturday, Vietnamese cold rolls. However rather than make them served with a spicy dipping sauce, I decided to make them spicy on the inside, introducing kimchi! If you are not familiar with my fermented friend, Kimchi is a staple in Korean food, it’s spicy, sour and crunchy. It’s …