Foodies’ Diary: From Sweet Treats to Sustainability
Mother of two, Sarah Morrison, began her catering business Little Wheelz so she could spend more time with her young children. She bakes up a storm in her inner west residence, and has some innovative ways of bringing her good cooking to you.
Guillaume at Bennelong
Much has been made of the view from this restaurant, and it is spectacular, but the real beauty lies in the vaulted ceilings and glorious exposed concrete skeleton. This room magnificently realises Joern Utzon’s vision, though most pay handsomely to enjoy it.
Foodies’ Diary: Baguettes, Beer & Foie Gras For All
One of the most important days on the French calendar, 'La Fête National' or Bastille Day, is on the 14th July. The day celebrates the storming of the Bastille Saint–Antoine prison back in 1789, marking the beginning of the French Revolution. The peasants were all up in arms over a lack of bread, so it’s natural that celebrations include food and drink!
Tiger Mottle *UPDATED*
Sydney’s full of steaks – these days you can get ‘em for five bucks! So it’s not surprising to see one on the menu of this great little café-by-day, now doing dinner by Wednesday-to-Friday night. What is surprising is how good the generous, well-cooked serve of Eye Fillet with Garlic Mash and Red Wine Jus ($21) actually was!
Which famous inner west gastro pub will be hosting Foodie Trivia on Monday nights in the very near future? Challenges will include naming ingredients in dishes prepared by their talented Head Chef Brad Sloane to win dinners at some of Sydney’s best restaurants. Yes, I’m bad with secrets
Level Up Your Brownie Points with Mum
Gourmet gifts and restaurant experiences are always brilliant options for this year’s rapidly approaching Mother’s Day. To be sure you’re not caught short on Sunday 9th May, 2010 I’d suggest you reserve your table promptly. For me, the day is always a little fraught.