Monday, January 16, 2017

Chickpea, Spinach, and Chorizo Frittata

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Everyone loves vegetables, right?


At least that's what I thought when I was a kid, as in my family, we were brought up to love vegetables. Every meal always included at least one plate of plain green vegetables (which is quite common in Chinese culture) and the importance of 'eating your greens' was always stressed at the dinner table. As well as finishing you rice, because apparently the more grains you leave in the bowl, the uglier your husband will be.....not that we believed it, but let's not talk about that for now!

So I honestly thought that loving your vegetables was just the norm, until I grew up a little bit, got to the primary school age, started inviting friends over for play dates, and seeing them pick the 'little green bits' out of their noodles because greens were 'disgusting'. I guess not everyone shared the same love for veggies!

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Happy 2017 | Pear, Pumpkin and Rocket Salad

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Happy 2017!!

A new year, a new start and I'm not one to make New Year's resolutions or anything of that sort particularly at the start of the year I thought I'd make a bit of an exception and start off 2017 a little bit differently for this blog.


You can probably tell from the photo, that it's a little different to my usual posts huh?

The above photo looks like a typical super healthy meal photo that you might possibly see on some clean eating site, perhaps moreso at this time of the year when 'losing this Christmas weight' is a priority on so many people's New Years resolutions. Quite a bit of a difference from the first posts of the year: last year (burgers), the year before (pulled pork burgers/pizza) and the year before that (Sausage and Egg Muffins) I must say!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Holy Duck!, Kensington Street, Chippendale

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If it were up to me to come up with a name for a new Modern Chinese restaurant with duck as the focus of the menu, 'Duck Restaurant' is probably the most exciting name I'd come up with. Luckily, Holy Duck! seems to have hired a much much more creative soul to name and create this fun and exciting newcomer to Kensington street's growing food scene!

The creativity doesn't stop at just the name either- just have a peek at their unique menu and you'll see what I mean. Holy Duck! is the latest baby of Chef's Gallery, and it brings some fresh new twists to Asian street food. And whilst I would have happily devoured my way through the menu through multiple visits, I was only too happy to accept and invitation to their VIP Preview night, where I could try a selection of their signature dishes in one go!

Roast Duck

As the name may suggest, the star of the show here is the duck- and more specifically- roast duck with menu items ranging from just plain roast duck to the classic peking duck pancake to duck burgers. And if the amount of duck is a little overwhelming, there's also other some chicken and pork on offer too. Think classic Cantonese BBQ. But jazzed up.
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