Hi foodies, Where do you buy hot cross buns for Easter?! You know I am a big fan of going South Australia produce for everything as a first preference. And I did find a 80-year old South Australian bakery which still bakes half a million hot cross buns nowadays. Yes you have it right. This … Continue reading Kytons Bakery – Easter Hot Cross Buns
Category: SA Food Produces
Mori Tuna – SA’s very own Southern Blue Fin Tuna
Merry Christmas everyone! In this fantastic festive season, we would like to thank your continued support, especially in from last year my posting activity has reduced due to work commitment. Now finally the end of year break has started, I want to share, with you all, South Australia's very own southern blue fin tuna, Mori … Continue reading Mori Tuna – SA’s very own Southern Blue Fin Tuna
Ferguson Australia – Southern Rock Lobster Uramaki
Hi Foodies, Yesterday I showed how fantastic Ferguson Australia's iconic world acclaimed South Australian Southern Rock Lobster is. I left with an image for this post. So let me show you today how versatile their lobster is. I am conscious of food wastage so from the left over of the lobster sashimi, I decided to … Continue reading Ferguson Australia – Southern Rock Lobster Uramaki
Ferguson Australia – SA’s premium seafood provider
Hi foodies, When you think about South Australian seafood, what comes in your mind first? Oyster? King Prawns? Scallop? or Southern Rock Lobsters? I have everything in my mind. I truly think we are quite lucky living in South Australia. We have such a diversity in our ocean and the pristine seawater! You can taste … Continue reading Ferguson Australia – SA’s premium seafood provider
Williams & Taylor Artisanal Hampers
Hi foodies, I flipped through my post and realised that I have not posted on product reviews for a long while. However, I recently found something really South Australian and really savoury (and sweet :D), Williams & Taylor Artisanal Hampers! How did I find them? This may sound like a drama but it is true … Continue reading Williams & Taylor Artisanal Hampers
Ryukyu Sashimi – Do you still remember Ryukyu?
I normally tend not to write anything political or historical. What can food relate back to history? That's true, unless if something has a long history of evolution. Many people thought I am a food reviewer. Partially correct, I used to be a wine chemist so sensory analysis was a part of my everyday job. … Continue reading Ryukyu Sashimi – Do you still remember Ryukyu?
Thai Street Food Cooking Class by Terry from Sukhumvit Soi38
How are we foodies?! I guess we are all busy eating around to satisfy our cravings. So do I -busy work, busy cooking and eating. Although life is getting busier, the inner satisfaction about the career, the job and many things have grown significantly. This also reminds me to take a work-life balance whenever possible … Continue reading Thai Street Food Cooking Class by Terry from Sukhumvit Soi38
Kalettes – your new hybrid between Kale and Brussels Sprouts
Kalettes? - Someone may wonder what this is. Kalettes are a new vegetable variety, a hybrid between Kale and Brussels Sprouts. It was developped by a seed company in the UK and has been in the market for over 15 years. When we first heard of this hybrid variety, Tina wondered if this is a … Continue reading Kalettes – your new hybrid between Kale and Brussels Sprouts