Monthly Archives: September 2013

Tosung Firewood BBQ, Homebush

Sydney’s dining scene is already trending towards a casual tapas style experience where diners can share a variety of dishes. It seems a distant past that my friends and I have gone out for a 3-course meal where each of … Continue reading

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Remembering Karen Carpenter – A Tribute

“I can take all the madness the world has to give but I won’t last a day without you” ~ Paul Williams & Roger Nichols, composers of Carpenters‘ hit single I Won’t Last A Day Without You ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ Karen Carpenter … Continue reading

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Ingrid Fliter plays Chopin, Sydney Opera House

Backed by a colossal technique to tackle the most conflict-ridden passages with amazing soundness, Ingrid offered a substantial reading, filled with musicality and life, of one of the most splendorous piano concertos of the Romantic era.  ~ La Nacion, Argentine … Continue reading

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Breakfast at Sydney Fish Market

It is often said that one should do what the Romans do when in Rome. I am definitely a fan of embracing the best of what a place has to offer when travelling. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Celsius Coffee Co., … Continue reading

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Woolwich Pier Hotel, Woolwich

Update: Woolwich Pier Hotel was recently awarded Best Hotel for Dining by Sydney Morning Herald’s Pub Food Guide 2014. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ Being a harbour city, there are countless bay, reefs, coves, peninsulas and inlets around Sydney’s foreshores and seascapes. More related … Continue reading

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