tasty thai

I just got home from dinner with Walking Rek in Newtown. We went to a restaurant named Doy Tao, on the St Peter’s end of King Street. The food was good, and the portions were massive. There is no way that any normal human could consume a main that size. My tofu+vege stirfry was under… Continue reading tasty thai

want want

One of my most favouritest foods is Chinese dumplings, the Jiaozi kind. I buy a few bags every few weeks, and while I have them, I eat nothing else. I cook them in a stock made from wonton soup mix and sesame oil and eat them as a soup. The Knorr factory in HK no… Continue reading want want

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things that tasted good today

the falafel pita that I got from the hebrew pita shop in Rose Bay. Best EVER! Nicest bread, tasty falafel and hommus. Good range of salads. I need to get the name of the shop. I am tempted to remotely stuff up the nearby client’s computer systems so I have an excuse to visit the… Continue reading things that tasted good today

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failure

I completely forgot and ate an oyster. Tasted damn good though.

vegan + dhal = ftw

I have been a dietary vegan for four days now and, to be honest, it hasn’t really been that difficult. In many ways it has been better than before as I have been eating fresh and healthy food instead of the crap that I normally consume. I have eaten a lot of curries, although last… Continue reading vegan + dhal = ftw

Crystal Clear

I have discovered my new favourite drink. It is Crystal Clear Appel en Peer (Zonder Koolzuur!). It is basically an artificial apple and pear juice, with no calories at all. It tastes like apple and pear juice would taste, if it was souped-up and made to taste more awesome. It has no bubbles, which is… Continue reading Crystal Clear

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Recipe: Seafood Chowder

Serve this filling soup with some warm crusty bread. This recipe makes enough for six entre├ęs (Americans: appetizers) and is suitable for people who do not eat red meat. 500g white fish fillets, cut into small (2cm) cubes500g other seafood (prawns, scallops, lobster, crab etc).1 litre fish stock1 leek, chopped finely1 carrot, peeled and cubed1… Continue reading Recipe: Seafood Chowder

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