Vietnam Food & Photography Tour 2015

Start the day with a hot bowl of Pho (pronounce – fur), then have a wander around the wet market and sample local delicacies. Spend the morning learning how to cook traditional Vietnamese cuisine at the hands-on cooking class. Then sit back and enjoy a...

LAN Airlines Business Class to Santiago, Chile

It reads, “2J” on my ticket, my heart instantly skips a beat faster and my face is now drawn with a Cheshire cat’s grin. The power of single digit followed by an alphabet, it is the golden ticket in the air. This ticket will not only make me very...

Beer Battered Chicken Katsu

I love fried chicken, I won’t lie. It’s a big statement and my artery swears by it. I think if you have followed by instagram and this blog long enough then you would have noticed that my fried chicken obsession is like Conchita Wurst, “It’s...

Night Noodle Markets at Good Food Month

It has come and gone, one of the highlights during Good Food Month in Sydney was definitely the Night Noodle Night Markets. From the last two and a half weeks, the north side of Hyde Park has transformed into a huge outdoor festival where Sydneysiders able to feast on...

Come dine with me at Hartsyard competition

Who wants to come and eat fried chicken with me? And I am not joking! (That’s absolutely damn right, you should never joke about fried chicken). I am indeed asking three lucky readers out there to join me for a scrumdiddlyumptious dinner at Hartsyard in Newtown....

Let’s go for a walk in Newtown & Shop Small!

I love Newtown.  It is one of the Sydney suburbs that is always full of energy and vibrant life. The graffiti, the people, the laneways, this suburb seems to constantly evolving. After living in Central Coast for so many years, I still do like to come down to Sydney...

Three Lanes Seven Alleys – Haymarket, Sydney

(小吃 – Xiao Chi ) means “small eat”, it is a popular food culture in China (I know that because I have just visited that country recently) where you don’t feel like a big meal but just want something light. It can be street food where you just...

Bali, Indonesia

Eat, Play, Love in Bali I blame old age. I get agitated by humans when I’m in crowded places. Yes, humans! And my tolerance level is getting shorter every day and That’s why I’ve never had the urge to go to Bali. All the travel stories I’ve heard about Kuta Beach, a...

On board Carnival Spirit to New Caledonia

Cruising, love it or loathe it? When I received the invitation to hop on board of Carnival Spirit for a 8-day cruise to New Caledonia, I was in two minds. I couldn’t help but let out a long ‘ooohhh….” of excitement since I’d never been on...

Hot Star Large Fried Chicken – Sydney CBD

We have just finished a 3-hour Karaoke session and perhaps a little tipsy after a few drinks, so it makes perfect sense to go and look for some greasy food to offset the alcohol. I ain’t craving for shish kebab, meat pie, gravy chips or Turkish gozleme; I want...

'HAPPY' on the Carnival Spirit

Cruising? That’s so not me. Every time my friends came back from a cruise and told me how much they loved it, I totally rolled my eyes uninterested, “Cruising is for old people, someone is obviously suffering midlife crisis…” Well I...

Mr Wong. – Sydney CBD

Many moons ago, me and Helen shared a meal together at Mr Wong. This restaurant is shy from public eye and tucked in the back alleyway that is Bridge Lane, but that doesn’t stop food aficionados to track it down for a good feast of modern Cantonese fair. This...

A foodie guide to Adelaide

  If you have never been to Adelaide, or haven’t been back for the last 5 years, I think is time to turn your forever growling empty tummy to this city that is now fast becoming the next hot foodie destination. When I told a friend of mine who used to live...

Man Food Book Launches in Melbourne & Sydney

Melbourne Book Launch   Sydney Book Launch     Where to start? My head is still buzzing from all the excitement and still hasn’t sunk in that I just launched my second cookbook, Man Food. Everything is still a little surreal, so we’ve just...

Bacon Lattice Desktop Wallpaper and Bacon Kaboom! Recipe

You had me at B-A-C-O-N! Who doesn’t like the first thing you see when you turn on the computer in the morning is BACON? As I know some of you were drooling over this bacon lattice image from the cover of my new cookbook MAN FOOD, so I thought I will share it...

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