My last post was half a decade ago and an entire lifetime unfurled in between A year ago, a catastrophic bushfire, followed by a global pandemic was too ridiculous to contemplate to be reality. Too crazy for a B grade flick, let alone a full blown year. Little did I know that reality has a… Continue reading Double donut days and getting on the beer
If you’re like one of the billion of people who stayed up late or wake up extra early for the World Cup final, you’re probably feeling just as wrecked as I am at the moment. After a series of incredibly long, drawn out matches in the last couple of rounds, nothing made me happier than… Continue reading Meatless Monday – Mushroom and spinach risotto
With the weather cooling down, I’ve been in the look out for comfort food. I’ve been in the lookout for a vegetarian carbonara recipe, with varying degrees of success. There was a Gilt kale recipe that I attempted and turned out to be disastrous, thought this great blog mastered it. There’s nothing more heart breaking… Continue reading Meatless Monday – Spaghetti alla Carbonara di Zucchine
Winter is here and after a hiatus in blogging, peppered with a trip around Europe and a new job, it feels right to pick this up again. There are some dishes that keeps on giving after it is cooked, and this generous dish by Yotam Ottolenghi is definitely one of those. Caponata is a Sicilian… Continue reading Meatless Monday – Caponata
Blogging to me is like exercising. They both take a while to get back into rhythm and once I do get back in the rhythm inevitably flu will kick me back into bed and shatter another resolution. They cycle starts and stops, starts and stops. The only time both have any chance of lasting is… Continue reading Summer, strawberries and the quest for digital awards
A clever little summary of my non blogging year last year, the only thing I can aim for is to do a wee bit more! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about… Continue reading 2012 in review
If you were not glued to the telly watching the epic marathon of a match between Nadal and Djokovic you might be with the other half of Sydney who were out in force along George Street watching the Twilight Parade. It has been a long time since I venture out to the city to see the… Continue reading Happy Lunar New Year…dragon style!
Going through photos yet to be uploaded reminded me yet again how crazy full this year had been. Random walks being one of the unexpected activities this year. These photos are from the coastal walk around Bundeena. We hopped on a ferry and walked around the coast, being mistaken for a pair of tourists on… Continue reading Coastal walk – Bundeena
Time is a ticking and there are still so many more photos to upload from New York. New York in summer is rather glorious, despite the scalding bitumen. On a summer day, a lunch break at the Shake Shack consisting of burger and shakes is a must have experience. There is no such thing as… Continue reading Burgers in the Concrete City – NY part 1 of many
Just like that it’s December and I am still trying to catch up with October. Here are some late photos from the Like Mum Used to Make exhibition at Mars Hill. It’s a bit of a learning curve for all involved, but it turned our rather well and expect to see it again next year.