ChopinandMysaucepan is the blogging duo Chopinand & Mysaucepan’s food, travel and music blog.
Living in a cosmopolitan and vibrant city, this Sydney couple is passionate about food culture and trends. They enjoy networking with people in the food and hospitality industry and frequent cafes and restaurants to check out the latest trends and what’s hot around town.
Although relatively new to the blogging scene where they only began in April 2011, they are not new to Sydney’s food scene having lived in Australia for many years. Since they began blogging, ChopinandMysaucepan has covered restaurant reviews, recipes, book reviews, travel writing, fresh food markets, food and musical events and also interviewed some of Sydney’s prominent food personalities.
Mysaucepan is a regular reviewer for Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide and she is passionate about all the latest trends in food, new restaurant openings and food personalities around Australia and abroad.
Being a musician in his leisure time, Chopinand also blogs about classical and piano music and has also written about the music of his favourite pianists and composers. He is also a keen home cook and enjoys developing recipes, experimenting with fresh food produce and wine tasting.
In October 2001, ChopinandMysaucepan was chosen as one of 10 bloggers from around the world by Royal Selangor to participate in the Jellyriffic jelly making competition to raise awareness for breast cancer. Each blogger was required to come up with a recipe everyday for 30 consecutive days using the Royal Selangor jelly mould. Having travelled extensively, they both came up with ten 3-course meals that represented ten international cuisines.
ChopinandMysaucepan is a delicious journal of music, cooking, travel and good food. It is predominantly a Sydney food blog but will also feature culinary and travel experiences from exciting places around the world.
Listen to Chopinand‘s rendition of Chopin’s etude in A flat major “Aeolian Harp”, Opus 25 No. 1.
The video above was specially created to raise awareness for breast cancer and as a prayer for women who are affected by illness during October 2011 the Jellyriffic competition.