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“Chandon in the City” at The Emerson Rooftop

Melbourne is getting pretty good with its pop-up options. One notable Pop-Up in the month of April 2016 to watch out for is “Chandon in the City” on The Emerson Rooftop, showcasing the finest food and wine in Melbourne’s hottest night club venues. Get in quick!

Happy 9th Blog Anniversary with Zeboy’s Granola

It’s really hard to believe, but we’ve hit the 9th year mark with this humble blog of ours. We’ve learnt so much and come so far. We can’t wait for what the next 12 months will bring us, but we can only hope that we ramp it up full throttle before we have the big one next year!

Anchor Milk: A Delicious Sensory Flight

“Milk is milk, is milk”. Or so goes the saying. We recently attended the launch of New Zealand’s Anchor milk into the Australian market, and boy were we surprised. A new tasting experience that showcased milk like we never have before.

Fashion Style Tips On A Budget

Want to dress and look like a million dollars, but struggling to find the cash to make your style work? Here are some tips for shopping on a budget and still looking like you walked off the fashion runway!

Noma Australia – Rene Redzepi forages his way into Barangaroo, Sydney

Noma Australia! Who would have thought that one of the top chefs’ in the world would uproot his entire team and bring them halfway around the world to set up a 10 week pop-up restaurant with a 30,000 wait list? Rene Redzepi, that’s who. This is our review from their first weekend service in Barangaroo, Australia.

Ramen Fried Chicken Recipe

Have you tried the #RFC? The whaaat? The Ramen Fried Chicken? No? What is it? Why does it have ramen? All these questions and more, will be answered in this single recipe post. Thank you David Chang for this introduction to our lives!

Lemon Thyme Tart Recipe

Do you know what time it is? Why, it’s Thyme for a Lemon Tart! Ouch! Here’s a recipe that will bring both savoury and sweet lovers into harmony.

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 @zeboy isn't OCD at all when it comes to plating. Nope. You didn't hear it from me! . . How many ingredients can you name? These were used to fill the Edible Terrarium 2.0  . #zeboycooks #madchefgaz #TestClub #homecooking  Completely and utterly burnt out from work. I could literally go to sleep for a week and wake up to donuts from @shortstopmelbourne . . Alas, that would be a heavenly dream and it's only Tuesday. 3 more days until the weekend!! . . Flavours here were Apple Pie, Coconut Lemon Meringue, Burnt Caramel and Fennel, Cookies and Cream and Maple and Sea Salt Cruller   At yesterday's #WaffleParty, @ieatblog brought along some of @flourandstone's baked treats! Huzzah for us poor Melburnites who are too far from Nadine's Wooloomooloo store for a daily/weekly visit ☺
 Dumplings so colourful and cute. We can't ever go past the normal XLBs or the Chilli Wantans either at DTF! . . #thiscouldbebreakfast #sohungrythismorning  As we sat down to enjoy our treats from @bibelotsouthmelbourne the other day, a group of family past us by, looked at us and grinned. . . Only because they were seated with us at the communal table @chezdrecafe moments before and had seen us eat a massive breakfast!  #livingthelife #bibelotsouthmelbourne  Today @zeboy and I finally got to try the XLB gems @dintaifungaustralia which were never available on weekends in Melbourne. I have to say, I much prefer the normal XLBs but, the cheese flavoured one really is quite addictive! . . #dintaifung #dumprings #dumplingdream

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 Thinking of these mini gateaux from Bibelot. They make perfect post-breakfast desserts which was what we did after brekky at Chez Dré. Peanut Caramel Tart, Mango Yuzu Coconut Dome, and Lemon & Basil Cheesecake. That mango yuzu was my fave. #bibelot #dessert  #zeboycooks #behindthescenes Building an Edible Terrarium: Layering the base with my amped up Spanner Crab Rillette (Spanner crab, creme fraiche, double cream, pickled gherkins, cayenne pepper, togarashi, fleur de sel) and continued with a layer of Edible Soil (dark rye bread, dehydrated black olive soil, brown sugar). Lastly, we finish off with "planting" the sea herbs, micro herbs, broccolini, mushrooms, edible flowers and ikura and with a little leek ash dusted over. #homecooking p.s.: Terrarium purchased from @westelmaus @westelmchadstone & @westelmchapelst  #zeboycooks #behindthescenes Building an Edible Terrarium: Mise en place. Edible Flowers, Micro Herbs, Broccolini, Samphire, Sea Spray, Beach Bananas, Pea Shoots, Shimeji Mushrooms dusted with leek ash, Seaweed Streamers, Red Coral, Endives. Some cooked, some raw. #testclub
 Homecooked: Edible Terrarium. This was my 2nd time making it. The first time I made it was for the #testclub 7 course degustation meal and I just knew I had to tweak it. I've increased the level of spiciness 'slightly' to help offset the saltiness/brininess from the sea herbs especially the samphires. I also added Ikura for some pop-in-your-mouth factor and edible flowers to give the dish some life. Overall, I'm happy with the balance of flavours and will be attempting a dessert version soon enough. I'm just toying with some ideas at the moment. We might just call this the Terrarium Series. #zeboycooks #homecooking  #zeboycooks #behindthescenes Building an Edible Terrarium: Top down shot of ingredients, centrepiece and terrarium glasses. #testclub  #zeboycooks #behindthescenes Building an Edible Terrarium: Sea Herbs used - Sea Spray, Samphire, Seaweed Streamers, Beach Bananas. The sea sprays were my favourite. Just a perfect balance.. not too briny and good crunch. #testclub

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