Monthly Archives: September 2011

Royal Selangor 30-day ‘Get Your Jelly On’ challenge

October is a month for breast cancer awareness and support. To support this great cause, we will be posting a daily recipe on our blog using the new Royal Selangor pewter jelly mould designed by British designer Nick Munro, in … Continue reading

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Evgeny Kissin plays Liszt, Sydney Opera House

“He is a born musician and a born great pianist” – Vladimir Ashkenazy Such is the accolade given by maestro Vladimir Ashkenazy, himself a virtuoso pianist, to Evgeny Kissin, one of the great pianists of our generation. For a piano … Continue reading

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Chiswick Pizzeria Ristorante, Chiswick

Italian food is truly one of the great cuisines of the world today. Every city with a vibrant Italian community will enjoy the culinary delights of cafes, restaurants and pizzerias dishing up modern and traditional takes on the popular pizzas … Continue reading

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Indo Rasa, Kingsford

One of the things I love about Sydney dining is the sheer number of  “eat streets” around the city. As foodies, we are really spoilt for choice with the array of different cuisines on offer. Tonight, we are invited by … Continue reading

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Taste of Spring 2011 – Stuffed zucchini flowers

Spring is finally in the air in Sydney and fresh food markets across Australia are showcasing some of the best seasonal produce at the moment. A visit to the Sydney Markets in my previous post found beautiful leeks, snow peas, … Continue reading

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Spring 2011 – a Season for Renewed Hope

“Nothing comes from violence, nothing ever could” – from the lyrics of Fragile by Sting When terrorists slammed two commercial aircrafts into the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001, not only innocent lives were lost, but innocence itself. Our … Continue reading

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Ju Ju, Kings Cross

We are in hip and trendy Kings Cross tonight. As I circle the neighbourhood looking for a park in this busy entertainment hub, Mysaucepan spots an vacant space almost immediately. “This is almost too good to be true”, I exclaim. … Continue reading

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Sydney Markets, Flemington

Apart from weddings, funerals and special occasions, there are not many places that I would dress up for. But there is definitely one place in Sydney that I would “dress down” before the trip. So, I am in my usual attire of … Continue reading

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