Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Sunday lunch with burger boy at Lido

seafood hor fun

The last two months, burger boy and I have been working alternate shifts – I’m at my day job during the day and burger boy is at Crust in the evenings so we hadn’t seen each other a whole lot except on weekends. So I was excited that as of last week burger boy has…

Enjoying a cheese burger at Jus Burgers

beef was just so juicy

The Jus Burgers in Northbridge always intrigues me – it looks super funky and is always buzzing with diners. Plus mahara goes there for lunch all the time and raves about their $10 half and half option which is a mini burger with a choice of chips or salad, some green tomato pickle and coles slaw on…

Gluten free hot cross buns

Gluten Free Hot Cross Bun

It has only been in recent months  that I realised how common celiac is and how limited the food offerings are for foodies that are gluten intolerant. My understanding of gluten free foods and the processes involved was limited until we opened our Crust. It is was then that I realised the extra time and care taken to…

Addicted to the quiches at Bucket Cafe

Vegetarian Quiche at Bucket Cafe

I’ve been to Bucket Café three times now and have become absolutely addicted to their quiches. Tucked away in Arcade 800 on Hay Street backing Wolfe Lane, the funky Bucket Café is close to becoming my new default work lunch option I think I overdid Taka’s Kitchen when I had the teriyaki chicken don three times…

My mum’s mango pudding recipe

my mum's mango pudding

Mango pudding is one of my favourite childhood desserts. My parents would take us out for dim sum with their friends every Sunday and there was one restaurant we went to which made the most amazing mango pudding. Every time I think back to those Sundays, I remember eagerly waiting for the lazy susan to…

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