Wonderfully delicious dumplings, all for me!

Felt utterly decadent that Saturday. I had a craving for dim sum and headed into Chinatown to eat all four dishes by myself! Not to mention a mango pudding dessert.🍨 Washed all the beautiful goodness down with chrysanthemum tea. Delicious! Life feels pretty good after a great meal… For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday

Is being teased for an “ethnic” school lunch a thing of the past?

A young boy is sitting behind a plate of food. He has the cutest grin! Photo was taken by Jon Haley on Unsplash The following story came up on my social media feed. And encouraged me to post the following response elsewhere. https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/voices/culture/article/2021/02/12/ethnic-lunchbox-shame-finally-thing-past This made me a little emotional. Growing up in regional Australia where... Continue Reading →

Cooking up a Korean feast soon

It’s been a while since I’ve cooked for friends. Even longer since I’ve cooked Korean. Usually it’s my husband who cooks for guests. But this time he asked if I could cook a few Korean dishes. I have planned my menu. Japchae (noodles). Bulgogi (marinated bbq beef and pork). Dakjjim (chicken stew). The thing about... Continue Reading →

Un-Pho-gettable soup

Oh my goodness. How good is Vietnamese noodle soup?! Love a hearty bowl of pho. Especially when the broth is delicious. It’s something we took for granted living in Sydney. There was a delicious place just up the street and around the corner from our home. The small space would be packed with people every... Continue Reading →

I’m bringing pastries!

Hello! I hope you are all well. I’m popping over to Su’s at Zimmerbitch for her monthly virtual tea party today. Why don’t you join us? Post a photo of what you’ll bring and link to Su’s corner of the internet, then explore what others have brought to the party. Su is a lovely host... Continue Reading →

We celebrated Chuseok and ate Korean

It was Chuseok on the 1 October. The mid-autumn festival is also known as the moon festival in other parts of the world. My husband was working. But I managed to drag my son out for dinner at a Korean restaurant. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday

Food! Glorious food!

I've been cooking more for the family since we moved to London from Sydney. We signed ourselves up to a weekly meal kit that arrives with all the ingredients. Once a week a box full of fresh vegetables, spices and meats arrive at our door step. All I need to do is follow the cooking... Continue Reading →

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