Monthly Archives: November 2013

Vocalise, Sergei Rachmaninoff

“Two bridge railings symbolize two people supporting each other through life’s journey. But when one railing is missing, it is like one half has gone away.” ~ Chopinand, co-author of ChopinandMysaucepan ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ As we all know, to be considered great, … Continue reading

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Café Boheme, Potts Point

Mysaucepan¬†is a devout fan of anything French. Actually she’s a Francophile if you will. Her heart swoons at the mere mention of Paris although I should also declare my heritage is anything but French. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Harbord Diggers, … Continue reading

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Asian food warfare – The rise and rise of Asian food in Sydney

There was a time in Sydney when the neighbourhood Thai restaurant was considered hip and exotic. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Food Safari Kuala Lumpur 2019 Cookbook review: Spice Temple by Neil Perry He Tai Open Kitchen Yum Cha, North Ryde … Continue reading

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Sunset Cottesloe beach, Western Australia

“The view of the sea is so beautiful that words are not necessary. The music in my mind conjures a poetry of the sea before me” ~ Chopinand, co-author ChopinandMysaucepan on Rachmaninoff’s Etudes-tableaux Op. 39 no. 2 in A minor … Continue reading

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Typika Artisan Roasters, Claremont

Coffee lovers must be having it good these days judging by the sheer number of artisan roasters jostling among cafe and restaurant strips in urban neighbourhoods. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Devon Cafe, Surry Hills Bill Granger – Community Garden Initiative … Continue reading

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