Monthly Archives: May 2019

Sydney Food Diary: Sabbaba, Bondi Junction

I’ve always liked the Bondi Westfield mall. It’s got a good vibe, good shops and beautiful people. We occasionally end up here for a movie, and if we have time, a meal before the movie. There’s a lot to choose … Continue reading

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Home Cooking: Melissa Clark’s Lemony Pasta Kelp, Chile and Anchovies

I’ve been saving recipes for pasta right now, to take advantage of my new Philips Pasta Maker (which I love, my god, it’s so much fun). The New York Times, which is probably my favourite source of recipes, put up … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Grandma at McEvoy, Alexandria

Listen the food is fine here, but I kind of liked the way the whole place made me ask questions. Like how they get business? My guess is that it’s all people on their way to shop at Bunnings, Victoria’s … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Cafe con Leche, Surry Hills

I stopped by this cheery cafe on Fitzroy street for coffee a few months ago so was glad to come back with my pal Darryl for breakfast. It’s a Colombian cafe, I believe, and has a neighbourhood, authentic feel. Thus, … Continue reading

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