Melbourne is probably one of the only places in the world where it is appropriate to get a group of friends together early in the day to catch up over coffee and breakfast. It is a city of vibrant cafe culture which has fast become cemented into our daily lives. Here we capture 3 very different cafes in the heart of Fitzroy.
Had enough with the mediocre Malaysian joints popping up all around the country? Feel that you should stay home and do a better job yourselves? Well the Boy and I have days when we decide to cook Malaysian food at home and spice things up. Enjoy our Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken recipe!
For a High Tea experience like no other, try the La Terre Sucrée High Tea at The Tea Room, NGV International during this Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2013. Expect the impressionist artists to have served your dishes. Don’t be surprise when both flora and fauna pop up on your plate to say a little “hello!”.
Ever wanted to travel the world and sample the many local delicacies in each country? Can’t afford to travel but would love to try different types of food despite that? Why not try some of Africa’s cuisine right here in Melbourne? Head over to The Horn at Collingwood to open up your tastebuds to something unique and different today!
Our first MFWF event for 2013 takes us to the Market of Eden at Prahran Market, where we get to sample the cooking delights of Walter Trupp and taste the amazing ciders from Napoleone & Co Ciders.
Having a high expectation on a certain dish sometimes makes it difficult when you try to recreate it. I find that it’s best leaving it up to the masters. The Boy however, loves a challenge and has done a darn good job in cooking up a Sticky Pork Belly dish inspired by Taxi Dining Room, Melbourne. Here is the recipe
If you are like us and can’t get enough of Melbourne’s cafe breakfast trend and you’re always keen to try a place known for good food, service and coffee, then Oscar Cooper in Prahran is for you!
Melbourne’s ever growing list of cafe’s is endless. This time round we cover one in the leafy suburb of Armadale named after an insightful, naive little prince, Le Petit Prince.
Have you ever had the chance to try salted duck egg yolk smothered over fried items? The Chinese have got it down pat with delicious and addictive dishes that’s for sure! Here’s our attempt at recreating a classic Salted Duck Egg Yolk Prawn dish Enjoy!