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Spotlight: Banana Leaf Rice

Banana Leaf Rice. This delicious and amazing South Indian cuisine is very popular with Malaysians. Having been bred “literally” on this, I couldn’t wait to try it when I was in Malaysia on my last visit!

Greenhouse by Joost @ Queensbridge Square, Southbank, Melbourne

If you think that the wonderful city of Melbourne can’t get any cooler, think again! For the next 20 days (during the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2012), the most liveable city in the world gets a pop up Greenhouse restaurant by Joost! Read on to find out more 🙂

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 Dining Out: La Cime, Osaka. Trout on Potato Gnocchi. Simple perfections. @lacime_japan @theworlds50best #Asias50Best #50BestTasteHunter #LaCime #Osaka  You know this one's an oldie but a goodie. Always a crowd pleaser, so what better way to celebrate the Australian winter truffle season with this Homemade Truffle Burger of Wagyu Patty, Caramelised Onions, Grilled Oyster Mushroom, Truffle Sauce & Cheeessseeeee... #truffles #homecooking #zeboycooks  The Australian Winter Truffle season is here. Here's a throwback to a dish made last year - Egg Yolk Raviolo with Chanterelles, Parmesan & Black Truffles. Yasssss..  #homecooking #zeboycooks #truffles #pasta #raviolo #yolkporn #melbournefood
 Dining Out: La Cime, Osaka. The Boudin Dog is a signature at Chef Yusuke Takada's restaurant La Cime. It is a boudin noir encased in a bamboo charcoal dough and is packed full of flavour. Seriously wished I had a whole bowl of this  .. It was the ultimate snack. Other snacks that we had were the Fiddlehead Ferns and Jerusalem Artichoke with Parmesan Cheese. @lacime_japan @theworlds50best #Asias50Best #50BestTasteHunter #LaCime #Osaka  #throwback with more truffle inspired dishes to celebrate the Australian winter truffle season happening right now. Truffle Arancini with Triple Cream Brie & Black Truffles. #homecooking #zeboycooks #truffles #arancini #cheesy  Singapore #HawkerVentures: Chwee Kueh (Steamed Rice Cakes with Preserved Radish). . It may not look like much but boy, were they delicious to eat. We had one of the best Chwee Kuehs at Tiong Bahru Market. The queue was long but moved fairly quick and I liked that they weren't stingy with their condiments (as you can see from the picture). The chye poh (preserved radish) and chilli mixture was just sublime. @visit_singapore #Singapore #HawkerFood #ChweeKueh #TiongBahru

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