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The-ChocolateSuze-Wedding-Extravaganza

The ChocolateSuze Wedding Extravaganza

I wasn't going to blog about this but as soon as I reviewed the photos taken on my point & shoot, I couldn't wait to share the excitement, the sweetness and the fun. So here...
Chinese-New-Year-2010-and-our-suckling-pig

Chinese New Year 2010 and our suckling pig

Childhood memories of Chinese New Year have always featured elaborate homemade banquets on the eve of the New Year followed by a day witnessing the roaring of firecrackers and drums as the lion dance...
Top-10-list-of-the-best-I’ve-eaten-in-2009

Top 10 list of the best I’ve eaten in 2009

In celebration of the new year, I thought it would be suitable to look back at all of my best eats in 2009. Here, I've included some of my most frequently visited restaurants as...
Vincent’s-Noodle-House,Lidcombe

Vincent’s Noodle House

Vincent's Noodle House has long been serving Lidcombe locals affordable Asian cuisine. While they no longer appear to be a small family-run business, having moved in to Dooleys Catholic Club, they're still bloody popular. Their...
Smiling-Doughnuts

Smiling Doughnuts (笑口枣)

With a name like this, how can anyone not like them? Smiling doughnuts are also commonly known as smiling mouth cookies, happy mouth cookie balls, deep-fried sesame cookie balls or from it's direct Cantonese translation,...
The-world’s-best-slushee

The world’s best slushee

I don't care what you call it (or how you spell it): slushee, slushy, slushie, slurpee or granita. But this has to be the world's best tasting and looking slush. Served on large martini glasses,...

The best of Sydney, according to Time Out

I'm a big fan of Time Out. I would never visit a city without first consulting the local Time Out guide. Time Out Sydney's Food Awards 09 winners were announced this week, so let's see...
Sho-Noodle-Bar,-Melbourne

Sho Noodle Bar, Melbourne

While many are drawn to the Crown Complex at Melbourne for its gaming floor, I kept coming back for the food. It was New Years Eve 2008 and amidst the loud crowd building up outside,...
Chinese-New-Year-2009,-Year-of-the-Ox, Sydney

Chinese New Year 2009, Year of the Ox

My family isn't big on tradition and without any relatives in Australia, Chinese New Year celebrations usually consist of a home-made banquet with plenty of leftovers. This year, my Mum thoughtfully cooked up this...
Claypot-King,-Melbourne

Claypot King, Melbourne

After being away from home-cooking for over a week, I found myself hunting down a Chinese restaurant. Claypot King sits on Swanston Street and immediately grabbed my attention because... well, how often would you...

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