Category Archives: Eats

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Dinner at Little NNQ Gouger St

I recently had my first visit to Little NNQ. Oh I know, this is a little gem of a place that almost everyone seems to have been to, but not me. It’s a narrow small...
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Muma Rosa’s Real Italian Plain & Simple

To be frank,  I resisted ‘ready to eat’ meals for a very long time. Pre-marinated meats, heat and eat soups, quiches or crepes, even jars of pre-made passata.. I just wasn’t buying it. I’m a Traditionalist. I like rituals....
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French Cheese Tasting: Bottega Rotolo

I’ve written before Bottega Rotolo and I’m still an avid fan.  I was delighted to be an invited guest (DISCLOSURE) at their French Cheese Experience in the new King William store; immensely proud when they quoted my blog on...
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Gin Long Canteen: Don’t Mind if I Do

The Tissues.  Our Gin Long Canteen night was filled with them; but the point was well made in the end. I remember my first hit of Vietnamese street food, pho in front of me, plate...
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Summer Zucchini Pickles

Don’t we all turn to favourites this time of year.  It usually starts for me with a batch of Nanna’s Zucchini Pickles. In truth, I make these all year round.  But they get such a...
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Sneaky Bagna Cauda

Like all foodies, there’s a little spot in my kitchen where I keep recipes I want to try.  For me, that’s a wrought iron recipe book stand that I’ve had since whenever when. Bagna Cauda...
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Hunting for Horseradish

The jar that ALWAYS calls me in for a look is horseradish.  Not quite fanatical; some might say quest. I wonder, ‘Will This Be ‘The One’? So far the track record isn’t great.  We like some...
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