Masha and its applications

Masha, a new innovative machine designed for easy mashing of potatoes, has been on the news and social media all over Australia in the past month or so. I received a Masha for trial 2 weeks ago. It worked brilliantly with potatoes, sweet potatoes, avocado and even carrots. Masha was originally designed for mashes, but…

Provi to your Dore

Many years ago when I was a student, I always wondered how the busy professionals deal with their dinner. I know the easiest way is to have dinner in restaurants, but if people want healthy home-made delicious food, what would they do to cope between your personal life and the job. Fortunately, I have my…

Table of Plenty – Hot or Cold Muesli

Over the years, I have always been asked a simple yet difficult question. “What’s your favorite breakfast idea?” I hate this question! The options are vast: I like my toasts, love my bacons and enjoy my cereals. Well, I can’t have them all at once. However, I know the stuff that I hated the most,…

Mayura Station Wagyu Beef

About a year ago, I tasted a beautiful steak from Sher Wagyu Beef and started to be fancy on getting some good 8+ grade marble score wagyu beef in Adelaide. Several weeks ago, I walked into the Central Market and found a great looking wagyu steak from SA’s very own Mayura Station. The steak was…

{Product Review} Roza’s Gourmet Sauces

This is going to be a short and quick post about three products that I’ve been send from a Brisbane family run business that makes sauces and dips. I got contacted by them on Twitter. To be honest, I wasn’t paying much attention/expecting much about the products initially. However, once I tasted the products, the…

AntiOx Super Juice

Hooooooooooooooooooooo. Such a long day! Working on Saturdays is definitely not an easy thing. Unfortunately, I had cos of my current projects. Anyway, I missed this year’s Gorgeous Festival while many people enjoyed themselves. The even worse thing was that my wife replaced our normal yogurt for butter chicken with a Greek style yogurt, which…

Angus Pure Green Mile Journey @ Regattas Bistro + Bar

Wooooooooooooooooooooooo, I am under the effect of alcohol. Oh well, I should say I was. Just got back home from a fantastic dinner that introduces a ¬†premium beef brand, Angus Pure, to Adelaide, I thought it would be great to blog about the event fresh and let my dearest readers share the joy of my…

Dilmah WATTE Series – The most exclusive tea in the world

Two months ago, I interviewed the founder of Dilmah, Mr Merrill J. Fernando and his son Dilhan Fernando. ¬†As we talked about sensory aspects of tea in our conversation, it made me wondering the flavours and taste of the best teas of this family owned business. Indeed, thanks to Dilmah, I received some tea samples…

Chateau Blanc Macarons — Made in France

I guess people reading this blog normally just find information on restaurants. However, I am going to do something different in this post. Yep, I am going to introduce you my new favourite supermarket sweet – Chateau Blanc Macarons. They are available only in Woolworths, priced at $8.98.     Many of you may be…