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Al Capone Pizza | Via Menulog

Every now and then Boyfriend and I decide that cooking dinner is just too hard. We both work full time in pretty busy jobs so by the end of the day we’re usually exhausted. While we both enjoy cooking there are some nights when even the prospect of having to cook and then clean up…

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Kale and Mushroom Arrabiata

Recently I discovered that I like kale. I know kale has been dividing the masses for some time now, with people either loving it or passionately hating it. Forget all the associated health benefits (added bonus), I personally think it’s pretty delicious. It tastes kinda like spinach but with a very distinct texture. The texture…

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Breakfast at Cafe Newtown

The other week Boyfriend and I bought some frames to hang up in our new apartment from a store in Newtown. We got home and hung them up. They looked great. Two seconds later, one of the frames was on the floor. In pieces. Naturally, this was the fault of what we’d used to hang…

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Eat Now – Takeaway Made Easy(er)

Last week I was invited to try out Eat Now – a website for ordering takeaway. Never one to say no to anything food-related, I jumped at the chance and gave it a go. If you’re like me, you’re a big fan of takeaway. Why? You’re busy. You like love eating food and you hate being…

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Batch Burgers & Espresso, Kirribilli

Hello everyone! I know I’ve been MIA recently – crazy busy with various things. I continue to be ridiculously busy, so Boyfriend has stepped up to the plate and reviewed one of our recent visits – Batch Burgers & Espresso in Kirribilli. Batch is a teeny and very casual American-style diner. I really, really enjoyed our…

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Le Pub Balmain

Last Saturday night, Boyfriend and I were invited to check out the new Le Pub in Balmain. I love pub food. I love French food. How could I ever say no to FRENCH PUB FOOD? Le Pub Balmain is part of the Gallagher group (PJ Gallagher’s, you know the one) and is the Balmain counterpart…

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Cookbook Review: Argentinian Street Food

Recently I received a review copy of Argentinian Street Food by Enrique Zanoni and Gaston Stivelmaher of Clasico Argentino. This is a cute book featuring recipes for Empanadas, Helados and Dulche de Leche. It’s straightforward. All you’ll find in this book are recipes for empanadas and ice cream. Okay, there are a few other things…