Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Enigmatic & Extraordinary World of Martha Argerich

 “Audiences are never important to me now and they never were” ~ Martha Argerich, legendary Argentine concert pianist ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Opera Bar, Sydney Opera House Nobuyuki Tsujii, piano Vocalise, Sergei Rachmaninoff Sunset Cottesloe beach, Western Australia Ingrid Fliter … Continue reading

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Bill Granger – Community Garden Initiative

“The taste of a cherry tomato, picked fresh and warmed by the sun is hard to beat even in a top restaurant” ~ Bill Granger, celebrity chef & Australia’s king of breakfast ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Celsius Coffee Co., … Continue reading

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Pork Belly Prawn Noodles

“I know this prawn noodles I cook at home in Sydney is absolutely lethal compared the meek ones at food hawkers in Malaysia” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Food Safari Kuala Lumpur 2017 Harvest Buffet, The Star Sydney The Wine International … Continue reading

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ChopinandMysaucepan – Our Third Blogiversary

“Life is not about the length of our time but moments in time that give us peace and joy. By capturing these moments on this blog, I hope it will also help you to relive your moments in time that … Continue reading

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An Restaurant, Bankstown

“I have been to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on numerous occasions and I can confidently say the best pho in the world is not in Vietnam but right here in Sydney, Australia.” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Cafe … Continue reading

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Arabella Restaurant & Bar, Newtown

Sydney’s dining scene is probably at its most vibrant in the last thirty years. Eatstreets abound where many have become a melting pot of exciting restaurants for locals. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Hartsyard, Newtown Bloodwood, Newtown

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