Mori Tuna – SA’s very own Southern Blue Fin Tuna

Merry Christmas everyone! In this fantastic festive season, we would like to thank your continued support, especially in from last year my posting activity has reduced due to work commitment. Now finally the end of year break has started, I want to share, with you all, South Australia’s very own southern blue fin tuna, Mori…

Ferguson Australia – SA’s premium seafood provider

Hi foodies, When you think about South Australian seafood, what comes in your mind first? Oyster? King Prawns? Scallop? or Southern Rock Lobsters? I have everything in my mind. I truly think we are quite lucky living in South Australia. We have such a diversity in our ocean and the pristine seawater! You can taste…

Murray Valley Pork – Absolutely Delicious Pulled Pork

Dear foodies, 2017 went really fast! Can you imagine it is already mid of February?! I was still living in my fairy land of Christmas, New Year, Australian Day and Chinese New Year but just realised 1/6 of the year has slipped away. ­čśŽ Life is the same at my end – work, home, work,…

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 –…

Clonakilty – a delicacy from Ireland

Dear readers, Do you like black pudding? I see some nods and hear many nah. I am the same. I’ve tried┬ámany black puddings in my life but none of them are so satisfactory. With English black puddings, they are tasty but the blood game flavour and smell is way too strong and they stick to…

[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…

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…