A popular Japanese street food snack, filled with red bean paste and sometimes chocolate!
A sneaky little trick to turn mushrooms into scallops! A simple dish, beaming with flavour.
A staple dish in our home. It may take a little while to prepare the sauces, but I assure you, it’s well worth it!
A cheesecake that lighter and fluffier than your standard western style cheesecakes. Easy to make, and will please a crowd!
A Christmas Cake that isn’t fruit cake! Although it is topped with fruit, nothing is more festive than a matcha cake.
A piece of Japan, right here in Prahran. Izakaya style, great whiskys, blow your socks off food!
I’ve had many people ask me, so here it is; the places you need to eat at when visiting the cities of Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto, and Osaka.
This simple recipe packs a flavoursome punch. Great for Summer with an ice cold beer out on the warm deck… if you have one! If not, don’t worry, it’s still a great dish!
Yesterday saw me tick something off my bucket list I thought I would have never be able to tick off. Go to the Spring Racing Carnival in a marquee, in the famous Birdcage!
I used to have have phobia when it came to cooking fish. I seemed to have nailed it when cooking this good looking teriyaki dish!
I join a restaurant safari to see what you can expect at this year Taste of Melbourne.
This Japanese vegetarian pancake is great for clearing out the dredges of the fridge!
I was a bit reluctant to cook this as Hamsley had protested on numerous occasions he doesn’t like poached chicken. He didn’t seem thrilled to find me poaching chicken on the stove, but I stuck with it as the picture in the magazine looked so good. By the end of eating two serves, he exclaimed
This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. This post will be short and sweet; just like making my favourite beef salad. Despite my love of blogging, it’s been a long day, and well I want to do other stuff too, like save the world in Little Big Planet, bake, or even watch grass grow. This applies
A few of us, plus Vanessa and Sarah from Nuffnang headed down to Peko Peko, South Melbourne on a gorgeous sunny Saturday for lunch. Peko Peko brands it’s cuisine as modern Asian. With options of dining in, or take away, it seems to be a popular place with the locals. Jack, the owner is also
Week 14 Theme: Japanese Cookbook Used: Japanese Home Cooking Author: Shunsuke Fukushima This week I had planned to make sukiyaki beef, but ran out of time. I had time to make sushi, and I had a few critics who helped me eat it all at a picnic on Saturday night. Disappointed that Woolworths didn’t
Instead of spending money on going out, I got together with Iron Chefs; Rob, David and Jason, for a cook off. We decided to try a Japanese soba noodle salad. I’ve been wanting to try noodle salads for ages, and since the weather is getting warmer, healthy salads are always a great option. I have
Friday night the boyfriend and I were craving Japanese food and we both avoided sushi and lunchtime since we knew we were going on the hunt for a Japanese dinner. I didn’t feel like going to the usual places we eat at, so I got out the Cheap Eats guide for inspiration. Trying to find
Yet another cloudy, winter day in Melbourne. Usually I would have loved to stay at home in the warmth all day with Iron Chef Rob watching DVDs but the Melbourne Design Market at Federation Square was on. I had never been before, so I was interested to see what I could find, hopefully some nice
Saturday night Iron Chef Rob and I decided to eat out. It had been a while since we had Japanese food so I decided to take him to a nice, quite Japanese restaurant I had been taken to before. I was put in charge of ordering the food, so I though we would grab some
Saturday was my boyfriend’s birthday, so there was ALOT of eating out over the weekend! We decided to take a drive and try out a place I had heard about through work. We drove past and saw no one in the restaurant; generally not a good sign for me, but we decided to give it