Recaps of the most popular reality cooking show on the planet
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Attention followers and fellow MasterChef fans, I decided to get back into writing recaps of the cooking show I love and loathe in equal measure. Please check it out, follow and share if you like.
Learn about the cuisine of my birthplace!
Now available for pre-order: Naomi Duguid’s new book, BURMA: Rivers of Flavor. If you liked her beautiful biography of fish sauce on Roads & Kingdoms this morning, you’ll be crazy about this book. We got a chance to spend time with Naomi in…
Been watching way too much MasterChef. Decided to try my hand at making Salted Caramel Macarons. Recipe can be found here: http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/desserts/salted-caramel-macarons/
My first ever attempt at homemade peanut butter ice cream with hot chocolate fudge sauce, super rich and gooey. Compliments of ex-MasterChef contestant Dani Venn’s recipe: http://danivenn.com/2012/05/16/peanut-butter-sundae-of-love/
Menya Oiden is a great addition to Sydney CBD’s quick lunch scene, offering a variety of don buri (Japanese rice bowl) options. The energetic staff and efficient ordering system means that you can be in and out in 15 minutes. And the best part about Menya Oiden is that it’s cheap and very tasty!
Ontama Beef Bowl $5.90
I love Chinta Ria. So it was inevitable that I would try Simon Goh’s, Sassy’s Red. It’s part of the glitzy Westfield Sydney Food Court. Offering what they describe as a “Malaysian Coffee Shop obsessed with jazz”, Sassy’s Red enters Sydney’s vibrant but crowded Malaysian food scene. I really wanted to love Sassy’s Red but they lost points for a few of their dishes.