Coq Au Vin

As you’ve all probably noticed, there’s been a sharp increase in the number of savoury recipes that are being published. I’ve been a little short on time these days, trying to juggle full-time work with part-time study, gym, blogging and somewhat maintain a shred of my social life, and so the little cooking I do…

Sesame Teriyaki Chicken with Miso Udon

After a simply exhausting week with work and blogging, then a somewhat rowdy night with the girls on Friday night, I was dearly craving some me-time alone, and was grateful that The Sister was out of the house on date night on Saturday evening. I’ve been eating out a little more often than I would…

Prawn, Chicken & Chorizo Paella

I have a colleague at work whose heritage is Spanish, and every Monday when I come in and inquire about her weekend, she tells me about this, about that, and how she made paella. Again. It seems like she makes paella every week, and not just the one, but two each time – one with…

Paprika Chicken with Quinoa Tabbouleh

So I am currently experiencing the manic excitement that comes with having… NO PARENTS IN THE HOUSE. Which essentially means cooking for yourself. While I’d say that my culinary skills are slightly better than the average Josephine, I will admit that I rarely do any ‘cooking, cooking’ at home. The reason for this is that…

Acacia Modern Japanese Dining

I’ve discovered that over the last couple of months, I’ve been seeing more and more of Japanese ‘fusion food’. Now before you harp on about how good authentic, traditional Japanese is (think of your ordinary sashimi, udons), this is essentially the same path of how what has now become known as ‘Modern Australian’ cuisine has…

Cruise Bar & Restaurant

Who’s been to see the Vivid light festival this year? Would you believe that this was actually the first time I’ve ever been since the festival has started? Circular Quay was packed to the brim full of people, as the Museum of Contemporary Art was doing a light show on the front of the gallery….