It’s that time of year again! Here’s some of my fav posts of 2009: There […]
It’s that time of year again! Here’s some of my fav posts of 2009:
There were swirly rainbow cakes aplenty which began with a mushroom cake for Richard
And another one for the boy
And finally a 20 layer rainbow cake for Helen
The once best kept secret of Adriano Zumbo’s Patisserie in Balmain became common knowledge after his appearance on Masterchef, leading to the awesome Macaron Day
Managed to organise 30 food bloggers to come to my b’day dinner even tho I hadn’t met half of them in real life…
This video of Jonah’s famous wobbly boobie pannacotta video started making the rounds after the Taste of Sydney Festival
The awesome Billy organised a weekend away fishing on the Hawkesbury River. Note: this wasn’t the boat! (duh)
After the boy and i moved to our new place the beginning of cooking posts began with bill granger’s ricotta hotcakes
Roasting my first ever pork rack
Playing with balloons to make chocolate bowls
Ignoring my cholesterol levels and making a basket made of bacon
Decided I really wanted to win a trip to Singapore so entered a comp where I filled a bathtub with Pringles
Food parties with the foodbloggers where prosciutto is the star thanks to Simon
Or dessert at Ellie’s
And last but not least, Helen and I organising the biggest Sydney food bloggers meetup
Thank you to all my readers for following my blog I totally <3 you guys! Hope you have a safe and happy new year!
Hai! Hope everyone had an awesome Christmas! The boy and I had both sets of […]
Hai! Hope everyone had an awesome Christmas! The boy and I had both sets of family come over to our house for dinner where there was Momofuku porky, roasted capsicum & pumpkin salad, 2kgs of prawnies + homemade aioli, garlic bread, buttery mashed potato, sashimi, chilli lobster and deep fried mantou
Da family! Yes I have awesome skillz and managed to get everyone to wear the Santa hat hohoho
And 1 more shot of the foods mmm
My haul hehe of course everything is food related lols I got a lot of alcomohol, fruit dehydrator, world’s largest gummy bear, giant (plastic) icecream cone, ice shaver and a new fridge is set to come w00t!
I <3 this icecream cone so very much 😀
Merry Christmas everyone! Hope your Christmas is spent with your loved ones and filled with […]
Merry Christmas everyone! Hope your Christmas is spent with your loved ones and filled with heaps of awesome food! Oh and that Santa has been good to you 😛
Stuck for ideas on xmas pressies? Quick there’s still a whole day of shopping left! […]
Stuck for ideas on xmas pressies? Quick there’s still a whole day of shopping left! How about a book?
Jen from Jenius has published “I Ate My Way Through Vietnam and Singapore”, a photographic memoir of her experience in her parent’s hometown in Vietnam, plus her detour to Singapore, a country synonymous for its shopping and hawker stalls. Her book is available here
Jules from The Stone Soup has published a book filled with recipes from her mum who passed away in 2007. Dedicated to mums everywhere ‘and the love is free’ has gorgeous photos and packed with simple, no-fuss family recipes guaranteed to solve the problem of what to have for dinner. Her book is available here
And finally the official MasterChef cookbook is out with the Top 20 sharing recipes they created on the show. There are mystery box and invention test winners galore include some recipes from Adriano Zumbo’s crazy pressure test desserts. The book is available here
Thanks to the awesome Fiona from Be.Interactive I scored a kidswhocook.com.au or any major retailer […]
Thanks to the awesome Fiona from Mark Communications and Kath from Be.Interactive I scored a Junior Masterchef Pizza Kit which came with a Pizza Tray, Pizza Lifter, Rolling Pin, Silicone Sauce Brush and Pizza Recipes cards
The kit came with recipe cards for the dough and topping suggestions but I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather lately and I wasn’t about to make a trip to the shops and battle the crowds just to buy yeast for the pizza dough. So yes I cheated and used a sheet of puff pastry. I was sad I didn’t get to use the rolling pin though!
Brush on some tomato sauce with the spanking new silicon brush
Whack on your selected toppings and don’t forget the cheese (yes those are ikea meatballs…)
20mins later woohoo piping hot pizza!
I don’t have a kid to help me make pizza so the boy is my helpless sidekick and aw he’s a sleepy panda hehe overall I liked the kit though I would have liked a pizza cutter to be included. Other Junior Masterchef kits available are Egg Kit, Rice Kit, Cupcake Kit, Cookie Kit and Cake Kit. They are available for purchase from kidswhocook.com.au or any major retailer in Australia.