Sometimes know as the ‘Campbelltown by the sea’ (a joke for Sydney locals only, sorry)- Frenchs Forest Organic Markets are a hive of activity come Sunday morning. Amazing produce, stalls and weird people galore, this was going to be an interesting one for my sarcasm meter… Continue reading →
Once stumble upon on another weekly eating journey, this place caught my eye because f the offal on offer. Much more than boiled sheep’s balls, this looked all class, and was-it-ever! Continue reading →
A so-so week at Yum Cha last week couldn’t put me off remaining in Asia this week. Albeit with cuisine I find much more enjoyable. A movie themed, village style restaurant meant anything could happen here… Continue reading →
The idea of never eating food that is cooked above 44 degrees Celsius intrigues me. My mind can’t wrap itself around the concept, especially when it has questions such as-
How can people eat raw food, ALL of the time?
What about when it’s super cold and rainy outside and the body craves warm toasty food?
What about the experience of adding butter to hot vegetables and watching it melt,
Or most importantly, what happens when you hanker for a big, fat, hot steak?’
Apparently none of this enters into the head of a raw food enthusiast, as to a ‘Raw Foodie’ heat or cooking equals death, or dead food, and is certainly not worthy of putting into the body. Continue reading →