Thai Street Food Cooking Class by Terry from Sukhumvit Soi38

How are we foodies?! I guess we are all busy eating around to satisfy our cravings. So do I -busy work, busy cooking and eating. Although life is getting busier, the inner satisfaction about the career, the job and many things have grown significantly. This also reminds me to take a work-life balance whenever possible…

Mrs Q – You know until you try…

Dear foodies, If you are an Adelaidean, you must agree that our state is the Festival State. However, I think our state is also the FOOD State. Look at the number of restaurants we got (per human capital) and look at our fantastic food produce! Agree? By saying restaurants, we have recently been invited to…

German Style Potato Salad

Dear foodies, Do you like German cuisine? You answers may vary but my one is quite definite. Grown up in a city, Tsingtao, established and built by Germans since 1898. German influence has been in my life since when I was a kid. The German architects around my house, the German influenced local cuisine and…

Inari – simple and delicious sushi!

You know I love sushi, right?! November last year, Tina and I did a mighty two weeks Japan and experienced fantasy of food. Japanese cuisine is quite clean and refreshing while one can definitely enjoy the original flavour of many ingredients. When being there, you can literally try any restaurant coming into your view –…

[Murray Valley Pork] 6-2-2 Fantasies

I am sure that you have read/heard/watched the 6-2-2 method of cooking pork. If you haven’t, this is a method that some chefs use to cook their pork steaks. Simply speaking, the method is quite easy to follow – 6 minutes (pan-fry/grill one side) – 2 minutes (grill the other side) – 2 minutes (resting)….

Kalettes – your new hybrid between Kale and Brussels Sprouts

Kalettes? – Someone may wonder what this is. Kalettes are a new vegetable variety, a hybrid between Kale and Brussels Sprouts. It was developped by a seed company in the UK and has been in the market for over 15 years. When we first heard of this hybrid variety, Tina wondered if this is a…

[Murray Valley Pork] Okonomiyaki? No, I say Porkonomiyaki~

Japanese food is one of my most loved cuisine so far – the simplicity and flavour always takes people to a great culinary experience. Okonomiyaki is a typical Japanese dish originated in Osaka, popular in many places around the world. Normally the dish is cooked with cabbage in flour with the addition of seafood or…

Welcome back ………..Adelaidefoodies!

Welcome back – to myself!   Today marks off my exact 6 months time offline completely. I think it is probably a good time, also, for me to get back online at the same time. Some of you may have wondered where I went. Last last year, I headed to Japan for two weeks but…

Authentic adds a modern twist – Sukhumvit Soi.38 Thai Street Food

As I always loved, Adelaide is a highly livable and sustainable city. The blue sky, lovely sunshine, golden beaches and crisp water is an unbeatable experience to many tourist-alike. Beautiful scenic views should always be accompanied by delicious food and tasty wine. Fortunately enough, the city is also a multicultural city with so many restaurants…