I thought i'd post the photographs of Saturday's cake making effort. Let's just say i'm happy Saturday is behind me, and in hindsight i can appreciate the challenge that was making a Wedding cake and a Birthday Cake in one morning, which began at 4am.
I am by no means a baker, i just bake because i love it, so these had their imperfections which i'll try to iron out next time...
If you are after a tasty winter salad to pair with meats or grains, this is a recipe that literally all fell together into a wonderful combo while i was experimenting with in season eggplants bought on the roadside.
Makes salad for 4-5 people
2 x eggplants
1/4 cup olive or rice bran oil (depending on what you like to cook with)
It is a while ago now that Miles and I visited this understated, beautiful country, which is so rich in sad war history and blankets of green fields producing some of the freshest and tastest food we have eaten.
If you are thinking about a trip, this is the last of 3 posts on Hanoi, my favourite, Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh City. And there will be plenty of photographs as i had the most enjoyable time...
This week i was the lucky recipient of a delightful surprise dinner at David Chang's Momofuku Seiōbo at The Star, Sydney (thanks Milo!).
This Momofuku is the only one outside of New York City and Toronto, so we are lucky to have this delightfully innovative, Asian-European infused cuisine on our Sydney doorstep. The restaurant has three hats from the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food guide and not only offers gre...